As a youngster, I often spent summer nights entertaining myself with sparklers that were so easy to find around the fourth of July. My friends and I would quickly draw out little shapes and names in the air with the lit piece to see the echo of the design left behind by a line of light. Using this same idea, French designer Aissa Logerot has created the Halo light-writing tool that mimics the graffiti style of writing and techniques often associated with that style of art. The lit display, created through LED lighting, can be interchanged for preferred coloring. If the can ever runs out of battery power, users can simply shake the can to reenergize the battery.
Written by: Georgette Mosley