Romanian architecture collective visualSKIN builds upon the maritime history of the city by projecting an eerie apparition along the surface of the surrounding water.Read more "Ghost Ship – Stunning light installation by visualSKIN"
The ark work is a transformation from an open space between two buildings into a dynamic, translucent art installationRead more "‘Dream Catcher’ Transforms the Sunset Strip with Color & Light"
Thousands of discarded plastic bags transformed into a nine meter high illuminated Christmas tree.Read more "Consumerist Christmas Tree – The tree made by thousands of plastic bags"
Intense rays of red, yellow, and green radiate through a shadowy mist, exposing the ordinary traffic light in a completely new light.Read more "Traffic Lights – A visible light in the darkness"
Hundreds of residents of Waterloo estate have installed colorful lights in their windows to call attention to government plans to raze and redevelop the area.Read more "Lighting against gentrification"
A monumental interactive sculpture in the skyRead more "“Skies Painted with Unnumbered Sparks”"
At night, rather than switching off, the machines come to life with vibrant colors and bright lights.Read more "Eiji Ohashi ‘s Roadside Lights"
Neon lights have been a staple of Hong Kong’s nightscape for decades. Each corner of the city basking in its gentle light.Read more "Neon lights’s collapse and the fast forming of LED lights in Hong Kong"
Blu Marble is a monumental, 20-foot, LED structure depicting a live stream of the Earth from spaceRead more "Blu Marble"
Lighting has come a long way to get to where it is today. Take a look at how lighting has been developed and evolved during the past decades. 1. GAS LIGHTING Gas lighting was first used around the end of the 18th century. Early lamps were fueled by several different gases including methane and ethylene. […]Read more "The original of light – Past and Present"