Los Angeles-based artist and photographer Darren Pearson is the man behind these magical light illustrations.
Darren uses a LED light to create these amazing drawings of dinosaurs, animals and skeleton figures—the light illustrations are captured with camera on a tripod stand using long exposure.
He began taking an interest in working with light eight years ago, when he chanced upon a long exposure photo of Pablo Picasso taken by Life magazine photographer Gjon Mili in 1949, where the Spanish painter was seen wielding a light source that traces a path in the air.
Follow him on his Instagram account for more of these wonderful light illustrations.
Lightspeed, my new short-film, is released as of this morning. You can see it at dariustwin.com - it is made of 1139 individual light-painting photographs such as this one. Thank you for your support! ⚡️🙌✌️🙌⚡️ #lightspeed2015