Art of the sky photography

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These nature-inspired installations are part of the project called “Art of the Sky” led by environmental artist and photographer Daniel Dancer. The art creations are only making sense when seen from the sky, and they are simply made by using people and latex paint.

Sometimes he is using up to 4000 people for his works, and each one of them knows where to stand on their knees and hands with their backs exposed so that the colored t-shirts can show best. Dancer only takes one shot when he is up in the air, because first he wants it to be spontaneous, and second rehearsals doesn’t make any sense to him.

He became fascinated by sky art while traveling across South Africa and discovering the “Nazca Lines” of Peru.

Some similar sky art has been done in Japan as well by rice farmers that use their fields to express their work of art.

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