Stunning light graffiti images brightening up Britain’s landmarks…by Michael Bosanko

The 39-year-old has developed the relatively unknown technique over the last five years. Images are created in a similar way that sparklers can draw shapes on Bonfire night.

 

TalkTalk tours the UK with world-renowned light graffiti artist, Michael Bosanko, to mark the start of their new advertising campaign on 15th August. Here, he creates the London skyline using just torches and a long exposure.

 

 Here, he creates a burning Angel of the North in Newcastle using just torches and a long exposure.

 

 

Here, he creates a man walking his dog along the Thames in London using just torches and a long exposure.

Here, he creates dinosaur outside the Natural History Museum in London using just torches and a long exposure.

 Here, he creates a skate boarder in South Bank, London using just torches and a long exposure.

 

Here, he creates flowers in the Botanical Gardens using just torches and a long exposure.

 

 Here, he creates a bull outside the Bullring in Birmingham using just torches and a long exposure.

 

Here, he creates performers on the Royal Mile in Edinburgh using just torches and a long exposure.

 

Here, he creates Michael Jackson's moonwalk ouside the O2 Arena in London using just torches and a long exposure.

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7 responses to “Stunning light graffiti images brightening up Britain’s landmarks…by Michael Bosanko

  1. Technogran

    How on earth does he do this? Its brilliant! Fantastic pictures

  2. penny

    @ TG …I agree

  3. Curiosity

    That is weird…..it is similar to the accidental effect I got last night when I got bored waiting to photograph the stars and jiggled the camera while the 60 second exposure was on. He has really made it into and art form and it does look good.

  4. Sheila

    wow Pen this is truly amazing hope you are well, xx Hugs Sheila

  5. Happy

    These are so cool. I love artworks. Love MJ. Totally inspiring. Thanks for brightening my evening!

  6. Happy

    Had another view study. Wish I could think to know to do stuff like this. Great!

  7. » dave

    its luminosity is the first attraction and then perhaps the childlike abstraction or cartoon type outline, but perhaps most attractive its impermenance?x

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