Wet Sun Light Show
Wet Sun Light Show is an authentic 1960’s liquid light show.
Wet Sun was originally started in 1968 by Toledo artists Phil Hazard and John Ferns. Wet Sun incorporates slides, films and liquid colors which are projected onto a wall or screen creating fascinating visual paintings with light. Typically the light show was projected onto a backdrop behind live musical performances. Liquid oils and colors are projected utilizing numerous overhead, slide and film projectors producing a unique multi-media live visual event.
In the late sixties and early seventies Wet Sun Light Show produced light shows for Iggy Pop and The Stooges, Ted Nugent and the Amboy Dukes, Virgil Fox, and many shows and venues throughout the Midwest.
Hazard and Ferns currently are creating new innovative techniques and merging these concepts with their original light show projections. Additional hand painted slides made by Toledo artist Patricia Swemba are included in the re-invented Wet Sun Light Show.
Cool video of Wet Sun by Tim Ide
We can perform an authentic liquid light show for your band or event and can adapt to most venues. We can custom make projections for specific songs or themes. If you really want to make an impression at your next gig or have a special happening Wet Sun can make it memorable. Contact Us