Something super cool went by on Twitter today. At first we were mesmerized. Then we thought: Were drones involved? The answer is yes. Yes, indeed.

Drones are useful for more than capturing stills and video when it comes to creating works of art. Increasingly, we’re seeing light painting involving drones, and even – as we reported here – the use of drones to carry lighting for a very look at night.

But we’ve never seen anything like this, at least not until now.

Reuben Woo

Some of you will recognize that name. With some 267k followers on Instagram, many are already familiar with his work. A lot of it involves the use of drones for special lighting effects. And we do mean special. Take a look at this, from his @itsreuben account:

That is just…well, phenomenal. Love it.

Upping the game

As you can tell from the above example, finding the right location to execute a concept like this is critical for the final work of art. And in the piece we’re about to see,…