Lapp: Drawing by Light

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Light Art Performance Photography

Light Art Performance Photography or LAPP-PRO is a duo from Bremen, Germany. LAPP consists of a JanLeonardo Wallert and Jorg Miedza, who specialize in beautiful performance photography. The process is accompanied by music. This art is called "Light Sculpture".

Light Art Performance Photography

Light Art Performance Photography

Light Art Performance Photography

Light Art Performance Photography

Light Art Performance Photography

Light Art Performance Photography

Light Art Performance Photography

Light Art Performance Photography

Light Art Performance Photography

Light Art Performance Photography

Light Art Performance Photography

Light Art Performance Photography

Light Art Performance Photography

Light Art Performance Photography

Light Art Performance Photography

Light Art Performance Photography

Light Art Performance Photography

Light Art Performance Photography

Light Art Performance Photography

Light Art Performance Photography

Light Art Performance Photography

Light Art Performance Photography

Light Art Performance Photography

Light Art Performance Photography

Light Art Performance Photography

Light Art Performance Photography

Light Art Performance Photography

Light Art Performance Photography

Light Art Performance Photography

Light Art Performance Photography

Light Art Performance Photography

18 comments
  1. Some of the Spherical Pictures reminds me of Metroid when Samus is in her ball form. Great art here mate. Keep it up.

  2. How can I get one of me posing in one of these pics??? It would be a great pic for my site and advertising for my biz… if the creator is out there, please contact me through http://www.karaoke-gone-wild.com... please click on contact us and leave me a message… sorry, i don’t want the whole world to have my contact info… especially guys that call girls twits!!! wtf???

  3. haha calling someone a twit is always fun.
    but yeh these photos are incredible, best ‘light graffiti’ kind of photos ive seen.

  4. No, it’s the direction art is currently traveling, twit. Besides, long-exposure photography has been around for quite a while now.

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