The work of light graffiti artist Sola has been featured around the world in various media publications and exhibitions and it's pretty easy to see why. Using just his camera and various coloured lights he is able to brighten even the darkest street corners and building facades with vibrant and swirling patterns.
The images are created by using an exposure time of around 30 seconds on a DSLR camera. During that time Sola will move the lights around in front of the camera to create the patterns you see below, although he insists that he is a photographer and not an artist, his work blurs the boundary between the two disciplines. You can check out more of his work via lightbombing.com.