‘Light Graffiti’ supercars hit BBC
Photographers use witchcraft and long lens to put an Alfa Romeo 4C outside Top Gear HQ...
Posted: 29 Mar 2011
It appears for some unquantifiable reason, you lot - yes, you - seem to enjoy looking at weirdly painted supercars against stunning backgrounds.
Thankfully, your unremitting desire to consume such imagery has been picked up by entrepreneur Marc Cameron and his photographer Mark Brown. Sound familiar? They created the rather awesome ‘Light Graffiti' cars a while ago.
Using spells known only to Harry Potter fans, the pair managed to ‘paint' supercars using a long lens in a variety of locations, and for their recent batch, descended on London Town to do a few more.
They even popped over to the BBC to paint the Ferrari FF (above), and stick a virtual Alfa 4C right in front of the Top Gear office. Click through for the pics...