The shadow that an object can create can be different based on the direction and the power of the light that is being thrown to it. I am sure that you have experienced quite a few times seeing an object creating a shadow that has nothing to do with its real shape and size. Sometimes other objects interfere and the light itself helps create a shadow that is not actually there. This weird fact is exactly what artist Vincent Bal decided to take on as his professional career.
Vincent is a Belgian artist and filmmaker, who puts normal objects in front of the light and draws the unexpected shadows of them.
Watching the shadows of usual objects, he can’t help but imagine the most playful doodles.
When he makes a film, it takes almost three years to transfer his idea to the audience, whereas here is only takes a few minutes.
He has hilariously named his unique type of art ‘shadowology’, which is nothing like Scientology.