Made with more than 5,000 reappropriated domestic light bulbs (only one in every six bulbs actually needs to glow), in addition to compact fluorescent bulbs and chain pull strings, Cloud invites viewers to wander through a rain of pull strings switching lights on and off. When audiences activate the Cloud‘s inner sphere of light bulbs it creates the illusion of lightning on the cloud’s surface.

=== Air Installation === Fabulous large-scale light sculpture, 'Cloud' by Caitlind Brown made from over repurposed light bulbs and pull strings allowing viewers to interact.

a physical representation of news articles from the New York Times dating from 1992 until 2010. Each laser-cut piece of cardboard card represents one month of articles about, or related to, the topic of 'Ireland'.

a physical representation of news articles from the New York Times dating from 1992 until 2010 by Paul May. Each laser-cut piece of cardboard card represents one month of articles about, or related to, the topic of 'Ireland'.

Wind Portal // a walk-through installation that represents a transition space from an inside to an outside area.

Wind Portal by Najla El Zein at the VA - London Design Festival Lebanese designer Najla El Zein has installed 5000 spinning paper windmills in a doorway at the VA museum in London.

The French artist and photographer Charles Pétillion just released a very cool project: a cloud composed of 100,000 illuminated white balloons into the Covent Garden in London.

100.000 balões brancos iluminando o interior do Covent Garden

Bubble clouds / "A Cloud of Illuminated Balloons Suspended inside Covent Garden by Charles Pétillion" via Colossal

65.000 CD usati per creare delle ninfee galleggianti!

Colorful Floating Waterlilies Made of 65,000 Recycled CDs

Recycled CDs Form Colorful Floating Waterlilies by Bruce Munro. Again, i love re-purposed art; art made of trash. This was quite interesting and i think would look good as an instillation in some city.

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A Volabile is a moving hanging sculpture of the french free lance artist, Christel Sadde

Musical leaves.

Anthropologie Displays by Helen Leone Simkins, via Behance Using old recycled literature and music books, we tore out the pages and made a beautiful composition completely covering an entire wall up to the ceiling.

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