by Annie Churdar in New Art on Wednesday 26 June 2013

Michael Bosanko stumbled across his hidden talent of creating ‘light graffiti’ back in 2004 by complete accident. While trying to photograph the moon one night in Greece, he set his camera exposure a little too long and found it produced strange patterns of light streaks.

He immediately began writing words with the light streaks and never looked back. Since that night, Bosanko has moved on to much bigger things. He recreates stunning images of famous artists such as Banksy, Da Vinci, Munch, Van Gogh, and more. Using torch light as a battery powered paint brush, his light graffiti stands as a 3D, high tech version of all our old, and modern, favourites.