If you thought that you need big guns and a huge budget to create inspiring art, think again. Photographer and dancer duo Kim Henry & Eric Paré (previously), show that you can create absolutely stunning art using cheap equipment and a lot of dedication.
We shared Eric’s tube guard light painting technique before, but we had no idea that Eric was working on a short showing how he and Kim travel the world and using this simple method to create art in various interesting places.
As a reminder, this method is based on a cheap flash light and a tube guard – so you can join the party for little under $10. The trick is to practice a ton and use some of the tips that Eric shares when he is feeling inspirational.
Here is Eric’s statement of the project:
When comes the night, it’s time to animate the sky with our lights. Signs of Light is part of our nomadic art and a way to create unique visuals based on very simple and accessible light-painting techniques. This is what we teach, this is what we play with, this is a way to express what we feel life is.
Finally here are some more of the photos from this series:
[Signs Of Light | Kim Henry & Eric Paré]