Telling Stories wth the Help of Light & Color
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Telling Stories wth the Help of Light & Color
28 April, 2017
Light and color are the artist’s main tools. That’s a fact. You don’t believe us, do you? Then take a look at a project by Stéphane Richard. The artist used one location to tell 16 different stories with the help of light and color. A talent from France proves how important it is to carefully choose your palette. So, let’s study his project. 

Stéphane created a Medieval scene to tell a set of contrasting tales: dark midnight danger, bright afternoon calmness and festive sunset are just some of the stories you can find with the help of your imagination and two essential tools: light and color. 

Author: Artyom Sergeev

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