Licht als Inspirationen
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Lighting-Design, Lichtkunst, Lichtobjekte... als Inspirationsquelle.
Licht als Inspirationen
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Hofesh Shechter Dance Company - SUN
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nubbsgalore:

the bioluminescent noctiluca scintillans — an algae known otherwise as sea sparkle — of australia’s jervis bay. photos by (click pic) andy hutchinson, joanne paquette and naomi paquette. see also: more bioluminescence posts)
nubbsgalore:

the bioluminescent noctiluca scintillans — an algae known otherwise as sea sparkle — of australia’s jervis bay. photos by (click pic) andy hutchinson, joanne paquette and naomi paquette. see also: more bioluminescence posts)
nubbsgalore:

the bioluminescent noctiluca scintillans — an algae known otherwise as sea sparkle — of australia’s jervis bay. photos by (click pic) andy hutchinson, joanne paquette and naomi paquette. see also: more bioluminescence posts)
nubbsgalore:

the bioluminescent noctiluca scintillans — an algae known otherwise as sea sparkle — of australia’s jervis bay. photos by (click pic) andy hutchinson, joanne paquette and naomi paquette. see also: more bioluminescence posts)
nubbsgalore:

the bioluminescent noctiluca scintillans — an algae known otherwise as sea sparkle — of australia’s jervis bay. photos by (click pic) andy hutchinson, joanne paquette and naomi paquette. see also: more bioluminescence posts)
nubbsgalore:

the bioluminescent noctiluca scintillans — an algae known otherwise as sea sparkle — of australia’s jervis bay. photos by (click pic) andy hutchinson, joanne paquette and naomi paquette. see also: more bioluminescence posts)
colour-as-experience:

Long exposure photo of a lightning bolt hitting a tree - ph. Darren Pearson
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luminarystudies:

SO stunning
vraieronique:

Body Art by Gesine Marwedel, Germain artist.
luminarystudies:

SO stunning
vraieronique:

Body Art by Gesine Marwedel, Germain artist.
luminarystudies:

SO stunning
vraieronique:

Body Art by Gesine Marwedel, Germain artist.
luminarystudies:

SO stunning
vraieronique:

Body Art by Gesine Marwedel, Germain artist.
luminarystudies:

SO stunning
vraieronique:

Body Art by Gesine Marwedel, Germain artist.
luminarystudies:

SO stunning
vraieronique:

Body Art by Gesine Marwedel, Germain artist.
luminarystudies:

SO stunning
vraieronique:

Body Art by Gesine Marwedel, Germain artist.
luminarystudies:

SO stunning
vraieronique:

Body Art by Gesine Marwedel, Germain artist.
luminarystudies:

SO stunning
vraieronique:

Body Art by Gesine Marwedel, Germain artist.
luminarystudies:

SO stunning
vraieronique:

Body Art by Gesine Marwedel, Germain artist.
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leebarguss:

The Spirit of Winter (by Mikko Lagerstedt)
leebarguss:

The Spirit of Winter (by Mikko Lagerstedt)
leebarguss:

The Spirit of Winter (by Mikko Lagerstedt)
leebarguss:

The Spirit of Winter (by Mikko Lagerstedt)
leebarguss:

The Spirit of Winter (by Mikko Lagerstedt)
leebarguss:

The Spirit of Winter (by Mikko Lagerstedt)
leebarguss:

The Spirit of Winter (by Mikko Lagerstedt)
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fyeahsetsandprops:


Ghosts (State Theatre of South Australia)
Design by Victoria Lamb
fyeahsetsandprops:


Ghosts (State Theatre of South Australia)
Design by Victoria Lamb
fyeahsetsandprops:


Ghosts (State Theatre of South Australia)
Design by Victoria Lamb
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iamchicago:

2 years later, I got to light City & Colour again.  And this time it was dark out.
iamchicago:

2 years later, I got to light City & Colour again.  And this time it was dark out.
iamchicago:

2 years later, I got to light City & Colour again.  And this time it was dark out.
iamchicago:

2 years later, I got to light City & Colour again.  And this time it was dark out.
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moarrrmagazine:

Celebration Chandelier by Alkesh Parmar
Incredible way to recycle your champagne corks…
The “Celebration Chandelier” consists of clusters of hollowed out champagne corks that have been outfitted with LED lights. 
moarrrmagazine:

Celebration Chandelier by Alkesh Parmar
Incredible way to recycle your champagne corks…
The “Celebration Chandelier” consists of clusters of hollowed out champagne corks that have been outfitted with LED lights. 
moarrrmagazine:

Celebration Chandelier by Alkesh Parmar
Incredible way to recycle your champagne corks…
The “Celebration Chandelier” consists of clusters of hollowed out champagne corks that have been outfitted with LED lights. 
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drxgonfly:

Rainbow Sunsets (by zoomion)
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Rainbow Sunsets (by zoomion)
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drxgonfly:

Rainbow Sunsets (by zoomion)
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drxgonfly:

Rainbow Sunsets (by zoomion)
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drxgonfly:

Rainbow Sunsets (by zoomion)
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drxgonfly:

Rainbow Sunsets (by zoomion)
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drxgonfly:

Rainbow Sunsets (by zoomion)
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drxgonfly:

Rainbow Sunsets (by zoomion)
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drxgonfly:

Rainbow Sunsets (by zoomion)
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drxgonfly:

Rainbow Sunsets (by zoomion)
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q2qcomics:

Q2Q Comics #83: Orphaned Gel
jamesnord:

Best spot in the lot. 
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leslieseuffert:

Barry Underwood, Landscape Light Sculptures
leslieseuffert:

Barry Underwood, Landscape Light Sculptures
leslieseuffert:

Barry Underwood, Landscape Light Sculptures
leslieseuffert:

Barry Underwood, Landscape Light Sculptures
leslieseuffert:

Barry Underwood, Landscape Light Sculptures
leslieseuffert:

Barry Underwood, Landscape Light Sculptures
leslieseuffert:

Barry Underwood, Landscape Light Sculptures
leslieseuffert:

Barry Underwood, Landscape Light Sculptures
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luminarystudies:

The Cloud
Interactive lamp and speaker system created by Richard Clarkson
luminarystudies:

The Cloud
Interactive lamp and speaker system created by Richard Clarkson
luminarystudies:

The Cloud
Interactive lamp and speaker system created by Richard Clarkson
luminarystudies:

The Cloud
Interactive lamp and speaker system created by Richard Clarkson
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callisparrow:

A selection of Genesis live shows through the years.
It’s amazing what they did with just a few light tricks.  Look at the show from 1981 as all the lights sweep to one focal point.  It’s gorgeous.  I may be a bit of an old fart, but I much prefer these “simple” light displays to the ones with too many CG visuals on a giant screen behind the performers.  I mean having a big screen is fine, but I get tired of constant irrelevant visuals pasted up there when all I really want to see is the band (the 1992 show did some digital screen stuff, but even it wasn’t as intrusive somehow).
callisparrow:

A selection of Genesis live shows through the years.
It’s amazing what they did with just a few light tricks.  Look at the show from 1981 as all the lights sweep to one focal point.  It’s gorgeous.  I may be a bit of an old fart, but I much prefer these “simple” light displays to the ones with too many CG visuals on a giant screen behind the performers.  I mean having a big screen is fine, but I get tired of constant irrelevant visuals pasted up there when all I really want to see is the band (the 1992 show did some digital screen stuff, but even it wasn’t as intrusive somehow).
callisparrow:

A selection of Genesis live shows through the years.
It’s amazing what they did with just a few light tricks.  Look at the show from 1981 as all the lights sweep to one focal point.  It’s gorgeous.  I may be a bit of an old fart, but I much prefer these “simple” light displays to the ones with too many CG visuals on a giant screen behind the performers.  I mean having a big screen is fine, but I get tired of constant irrelevant visuals pasted up there when all I really want to see is the band (the 1992 show did some digital screen stuff, but even it wasn’t as intrusive somehow).
callisparrow:

A selection of Genesis live shows through the years.
It’s amazing what they did with just a few light tricks.  Look at the show from 1981 as all the lights sweep to one focal point.  It’s gorgeous.  I may be a bit of an old fart, but I much prefer these “simple” light displays to the ones with too many CG visuals on a giant screen behind the performers.  I mean having a big screen is fine, but I get tired of constant irrelevant visuals pasted up there when all I really want to see is the band (the 1992 show did some digital screen stuff, but even it wasn’t as intrusive somehow).
callisparrow:

A selection of Genesis live shows through the years.
It’s amazing what they did with just a few light tricks.  Look at the show from 1981 as all the lights sweep to one focal point.  It’s gorgeous.  I may be a bit of an old fart, but I much prefer these “simple” light displays to the ones with too many CG visuals on a giant screen behind the performers.  I mean having a big screen is fine, but I get tired of constant irrelevant visuals pasted up there when all I really want to see is the band (the 1992 show did some digital screen stuff, but even it wasn’t as intrusive somehow).
callisparrow:

A selection of Genesis live shows through the years.
It’s amazing what they did with just a few light tricks.  Look at the show from 1981 as all the lights sweep to one focal point.  It’s gorgeous.  I may be a bit of an old fart, but I much prefer these “simple” light displays to the ones with too many CG visuals on a giant screen behind the performers.  I mean having a big screen is fine, but I get tired of constant irrelevant visuals pasted up there when all I really want to see is the band (the 1992 show did some digital screen stuff, but even it wasn’t as intrusive somehow).
callisparrow:

A selection of Genesis live shows through the years.
It’s amazing what they did with just a few light tricks.  Look at the show from 1981 as all the lights sweep to one focal point.  It’s gorgeous.  I may be a bit of an old fart, but I much prefer these “simple” light displays to the ones with too many CG visuals on a giant screen behind the performers.  I mean having a big screen is fine, but I get tired of constant irrelevant visuals pasted up there when all I really want to see is the band (the 1992 show did some digital screen stuff, but even it wasn’t as intrusive somehow).
callisparrow:

A selection of Genesis live shows through the years.
It’s amazing what they did with just a few light tricks.  Look at the show from 1981 as all the lights sweep to one focal point.  It’s gorgeous.  I may be a bit of an old fart, but I much prefer these “simple” light displays to the ones with too many CG visuals on a giant screen behind the performers.  I mean having a big screen is fine, but I get tired of constant irrelevant visuals pasted up there when all I really want to see is the band (the 1992 show did some digital screen stuff, but even it wasn’t as intrusive somehow).
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tulipnight:


"Night is on the Way" by wolfgangfoto on Flickr.
tulipnight:


"Night is on the Way" by wolfgangfoto on Flickr.
tulipnight:


"Night is on the Way" by wolfgangfoto on Flickr.