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Unbelievable Glow-in-the-Dark Paintings – Que Houxo (12 pics)


These glow-in-the-dark paintings by Japanese artist Que Houxo are incredibly awesome! Bright florescent colors bounce off Houxo's murals, walls, and floors with the help of UV producing black lights. It's cool to see how the lights create such a profound effect. Hopefully we'll see more of this type of art in the future…

“Questa is an artist capturing the lights in his works. He started his career as a painter in 1999 with a background in Graffiti and has been working on canvases, live-paintings, murals since. His main series of works, titled “Day and Night,” are iluminous installations using florescent paints and black lights. His works have been featured in Brutus Magazine, +81 Magazine, and others.” -Que Houxo

Que Houxo's flickr photostream

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