Exploding Light Bulb Art

Now that’s a really bright idea – an American artist has created explosive artwork by taking snapshots of lighbulbs filled with colourful materials exploding. Jon Smith, 28, from Indiana, America has produced a series of innovative photographs which took over 24 months to collate. Jon, who works as a analytical chemist in the daytime, built his specialist high speed on a shoe string budget buying everything he needed for under $4.

Now that's a really bright idea - an American artist has created explosive artwork by taking snapshots of lighbulbs filled with colourful materials exploding. Jon Smith, 28, from Indiana, America has produced a series of innovative photographs which took over 24 months to collate. Jon, who works as a analytical chemist in the daytime, built his specialist high speed on a shoe string budget buying everything he needed for under $4.

Now that's a really bright idea - an American artist has created explosive artwork by taking snapshots of lighbulbs filled with colourful materials exploding. Jon Smith, 28, from Indiana, America has produced a series of innovative photographs which took over 24 months to collate. Jon, who works as a analytical chemist in the daytime, built his specialist high speed on a shoe string budget buying everything he needed for under $4.

Now that's a really bright idea - an American artist has created explosive artwork by taking snapshots of lighbulbs filled with colourful materials exploding. Jon Smith, 28, from Indiana, America has produced a series of innovative photographs which took over 24 months to collate. Jon, who works as a analytical chemist in the daytime, built his specialist high speed on a shoe string budget buying everything he needed for under $4.

Now that's a really bright idea - an American artist has created explosive artwork by taking snapshots of lighbulbs filled with colourful materials exploding. Jon Smith, 28, from Indiana, America has produced a series of innovative photographs which took over 24 months to collate. Jon, who works as a analytical chemist in the daytime, built his specialist high speed on a shoe string budget buying everything he needed for under $4.