Do you like graffiti like I do?! So, Graffiti is one of the true anomalies of modern urban living: on one hand, no one wants it anywhere near their home, but on the other, one can’t help but stare and enjoy the sheer dexterity and skill with which some graffiti is sprayed. Aissa Logerot provides a tool – Halo, by which everyone who loves graffiti can express themselves in a cleanlier format – Light. The Halo is an aerosol-style LED light writing device. The resulting artwork can be documented for example on camera, providing the beauty of graffiti, without societal detraction. The artist can adjust the color and brightness as needed, and recharge the battery by shaking. In the future, perhaps we’ll see building walls and old, run-down utility vans covered in tacked photos rather than paint. [via aissalogerot]
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Aissa Logerot provides a tool – Halo, by which everyone who loves graffiti can express themselves in a cleanlier format – Light.
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