I once wrote a post introduce some Interesting kagee Shadow Picture from ancient Japan. Today I will present you with 16 amazing modern shadow art. In the post, garbage, paper, wood, human body….can cast totally different shadow effect via different position, gesture, or modeling. Now, let’s explore the mysterious shadow world.
Shadow Art by Kumi Yamashita
The number and the alphabet blocks, lit from the left, cast a silhouette of a man’s profile.
The building blocks of various widths on the wall, lit from the right, casts a silhouette of a woman.
The numbers scattered on the wall, lit from the right, cast a silhouette of a woman.
The thin metal object on the wall, lit from above, casts the silhouette of a couple.
The each color sheet on the wall, lit from the left, casts a silhouette of a profile.
Shadow Monuments by Henrietta Swift
Project with Christopher Smith (www.smithsmithsmith.co.uk). Creating famous monument shadows with human bodies.
Garbage Shadow Art by Tim Noble and Sue Webster
Like alchemists or magicians, Noble and Webster make something extraordinary out of the most humble materials. They create romantic images of hope out of darkness and debris. Their shadow sculptures are complimented by light sculptures made from the cheap crystal bulbs of fairground signs.