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Laser Cage. Installation by Li Hui. [via beautiful/decay]

Laser Cage. Installation by Li Hui. [via beautiful/decay]

Based in Beijing, artist Li Hui uses modern technology, lights, lasers, and LED lights to create fantastic, illuminated displays. In Reincarnation, the Chinese artist used fog, metal, medical bandages, and bright red laser lights streaming down from the ceiling to light up an everyday bed frame underneath.

Based in Beijing, artist Li Hui uses modern technology, lights, lasers, and LED lights to create fantastic, illuminated displays. In Reincarnation, the Chinese artist used fog, metal, medical bandages, and bright red laser lights streaming down from the ceiling to light up an everyday bed frame underneath.

Colossal | Art, design, and visual culture. | Page 20

Colossal | Art, design, and visual culture. | Page 20

concrete planter that goes with pendant lights as center piece for the dinningroom table???  Bentu design

concrete planter that goes with pendant lights as center piece for the dinningroom table??? Bentu design

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French artist Julien Salaud created a luminescent ceiling installation titled Grotte Stellaire (via My Modern Met).

French artist Julien Salaud created a luminescent ceiling installation titled Grotte Stellaire (via My Modern Met).

Aoki Jun - Fiber

Aoki Jun - Fiber

Sunset over the Flatanger archipelago in Norway

Sunset over the Flatanger archipelago in Norway

The Black Eye Galaxy (also known as Galaxy Sleeping Beauty Spiral Galaxy M64, M64 or NGC 4826) was discovered by Edward Pigott in March 1779, and cataloged by Charles Messier in 1780. This galaxy is known by amateur astronomers because it is visible with small telescopes. It is a spiral galaxy in the constellation Coma Berenice. It is at a distance of 17 million (5.2 Megaparsecs) light years. It has a band of dark dust around its bright nucleus, giving it the name black eye galaxy, or the…

The Black Eye Galaxy (also known as Galaxy Sleeping Beauty Spiral Galaxy M64, M64 or NGC 4826) was discovered by Edward Pigott in March 1779, and cataloged by Charles Messier in 1780. This galaxy is known by amateur astronomers because it is visible with small telescopes. It is a spiral galaxy in the constellation Coma Berenice. It is at a distance of 17 million (5.2 Megaparsecs) light years. It has a band of dark dust around its bright nucleus, giving it the name black eye galaxy, or the…