And who could blame the late, great Spanish master of the art world? After all, along with being easy on the eye, light painting is an art form that practically anyone can try their hand at. With varying degrees of success, we should add.
One light graffiti artist who has nothing to worry about – as a new generation of photographers and artists aim to take light painting to the next level – is Trevor Williams and the Fiz-iks collective who are creating these mind-blowing three dimensional light painting masterpieces
Williams works with a collective of international artists based in Japan to create still life and animated light graffiti images, preferring this art form over others because it allows them to combine photography and performance, while making use of their milieu.
Evidently, from the pictures you’ll see below, being based in Japan, with its stunning ancient architecture, is hugely beneficial to Fiz-iks’ work. The three dimensional orbs set against the backdrop of this ancient Japanese temple commands your attention, and then some.