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Kalaam/Light Painting 2011

Autor // jessica zannoriPosted in // Visual


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The calligrapher Kalaam (aka Julien Breton) has released a new series of photographs illuminated with the help of photographer David Gallard. Kalaam, a calligrapher who takes inspiration from Arabic script

to form symbols, words and images that burn slowly into the camera sensor. Photographs of natural and backgrounds are Gallard industrial robots by adding a border to brilliant characters Kalaam. We have described the calligraphy of Julien Breton and we've included the story and work on the list of Light Painting Photography Masterworks. Is it really worth to take a look ...

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