Zodiac Light Paintings

They look like neon sculptures – but these amazing pictures which depict the 12 signs of the zodiac were made using just a TORCH. Light artist Darren Pearson, 29, takes the light graffiti snaps with a long-exposure camera. He uses empty city scapes around his native California as settings – and works under the cover of darkness. And Darren, who spent five years developing his technique, admits he has to work at LIGHT-ning speed to avoid his ghostly figure appearing.

They look like neon sculptures - but these amazing pictures which depict the 12 signs of the zodiac were made using just a TORCH. Light artist Darren Pearson, 29, takes the light graffiti snaps with a long-exposure camera. He uses empty city scapes around his native California as settings - and works under the cover of darkness. And Darren, who spent five years developing his technique, admits he has to work at LIGHT-ning speed to avoid his ghostly figure appearing.

They look like neon sculptures - but these amazing pictures which depict the 12 signs of the zodiac were made using just a TORCH. Light artist Darren Pearson, 29, takes the light graffiti snaps with a long-exposure camera. He uses empty city scapes around his native California as settings - and works under the cover of darkness. And Darren, who spent five years developing his technique, admits he has to work at LIGHT-ning speed to avoid his ghostly figure appearing.

They look like neon sculptures - but these amazing pictures which depict the 12 signs of the zodiac were made using just a TORCH. Light artist Darren Pearson, 29, takes the light graffiti snaps with a long-exposure camera. He uses empty city scapes around his native California as settings - and works under the cover of darkness. And Darren, who spent five years developing his technique, admits he has to work at LIGHT-ning speed to avoid his ghostly figure appearing.

They look like neon sculptures - but these amazing pictures which depict the 12 signs of the zodiac were made using just a TORCH. Light artist Darren Pearson, 29, takes the light graffiti snaps with a long-exposure camera. He uses empty city scapes around his native California as settings - and works under the cover of darkness. And Darren, who spent five years developing his technique, admits he has to work at LIGHT-ning speed to avoid his ghostly figure appearing.