Arts

23/02/2015

Artist creates drawings using sunlight

Jordan Mang-osan

(From The Independent) Philippines-based artist Jordan Mang-osan’s uses sunlight and a magnifying glass to create these spectacular, intricately detailed drawings.

The award-winning artist, who hails from the mountain province of Cordilleras, will use a pencil draw his initial designs – before harnessing the power of the sun.

The delicate nature of the work means it can take months to finish one piece, moving the glass millimetres at at time. According to ABS-CBS news, he is the only solar artist working in his country.

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