Awesome neon light sculptures created by photographer in unbelievable pictures

A photographer has brought a series of animals to life by painting them in neon light.

Californian photographer Darren Pearson, 31, forms his incredible photos using sheets of LED lights.

Californian photographer Darren Pearson moved the LED lights in circles to create the appearance of giant neon animals.

Californian photographer Darren Pearson moved the LED lights in circles to create the appearance of giant neon animals.

Set against the night-time landscapes across the States, figures of frogs, bears and octopuses brighten up the sky thanks to his ‘light painting’.

Using a long exposure, Darren moves the LED lights in circles to create the appearance of giant neon animals.

His experimentation with light painting started in 2007 and his projects have taken him all over the world to capture the brightly coloured patterns against different backdrops.

The photographer used sheets of LED lights to create this stunning image of a hammerhead shark.

The photographer used sheets of LED lights to create this stunning image of a hammerhead shark.

Darren said: “The photos themselves are not that difficult to make. However, an accurate depiction of the animal is always very difficult to capture.

“That’s why I do them, they’re challenging, and take a zen-type of concentration. They usually take more than one attempt to perfect.

“I made the animals because light-painting is such a jarring art-form.

“I wanted to get more natural with these pictures and pay homage to the creatures and their homes that I’m visiting.”

The 31-year-old photographer used a long exposure to create his experimental pictures.

The 31-year-old photographer used a long exposure to create his experimental pictures.