Callum Joel Richards
Superhero Part Time


Every rebellion was built on hope

Loving, sharing and caring

A better world, Together building

That light refuses to die, it burns within

Illuminate yourself and see those beside you

Let love be humanity’s legacy

What will you do today? Who will you help?

Luminous Artwork

Without light, we lack shadow.
Morality and physical light provide us with depth from the apparent contrast it provides to the dark
— Callum Joel Richards

Luminous Photography

I too was scared of the dark as a child,
But there was also a curiosity of why i was afraid
— Callum Joel Richards

Luminous Photography 2

Luminous Writer

Literature can take you to the brightest and darkest places of your imagination. The great writers take us to both destinations
— Callum Joel Richards

Luminous Pixel Mutation

Boxes of Luminosity



1st Lightbox

Shoebox and LED Torches. This was my first light-box and despite it’s shoddiness it was the genesis that led me to create interactive light-boxes of high quality materials and finish

My Luminous Moments

inCidents i achieved a state of Enlightenment


Definition Luminous


radiating or reflecting light; shining; bright.

lighted up or illuminated; well-lighted:the luminous ballroom.

brilliant intellectually; enlightened or enlightening, as a writer or a writer's works:a luminous concept; luminous prose.

clear; readily intelligible:a concise, luminous report.

Origin of luminous

First recorded in 1400–50; late Middle English word from Latin word lūminōsus


emission of light by certain materials when they are relatively cool. It is in contrast to light emitted from incandescent bodies, such as burning wood or coal, molten iron, and wire heated by an electric current. Luminescence may be seen in neon and fluorescent lamps; television, radar, and X-ray fluoroscope screens; organic substances such as luminol or the luciferins in fireflies and glowworms; certain pigments used in outdoor advertising; and also natural electrical phenomena such as lightning and the aurora borealis. In all these phenomena, light emission does not result from the material being above room temperature, and so luminescence is often called cold light. The practical value of luminescent materials lies in their capacity to transform invisible forms of energy into visible light.