Electroluminescent Tree by Ian Hobson

Electroluminescent wire (or EL wire, as we like to call it on the streets) is a thin copper wire coated in a phosphor that gets all glow-y when a current runs through it. Ian, another great bearer of the name, wound several meters worth of EL wire around an actual tree branch to create this elven-like sculpture… way better than Christmas Tree.

(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)

Leave Your Comment Below

If you want more awesome content, subscribe to 'Oh, Design You Trust,' our brand new Facebook page! Trust me, you won't be disappointed.

More Inspiring Stories

England's Longest Zip Wire Opens At The Eden Project
Albania's Graveyard Of Soviet-Era MiGs
Artist Johanna Jaskowska Creates Futuristic Instagram Filters That Are Taking Over Social Media
Hundreds of Submerged Vehicles at Flooded Honda Factory in Thailand
Moscow's Alternative Hair Show Celebrates Hairdressing Art
Skylon: Space Plane
Amazing Vintage Photographs Of The TC-497 Overland Train Mark II, The Longest Offroad Vehicle In The World
The Biggest Anamorphic Illusion In The World Has Been Successfully Revealed On The Largest Outdoor Advertising Screen In South Korea
NASA Turns to Exploring Our Planet With a New 3D Map
Vintage Photographs of the Skiway Sky Bus Lift Used on Mt. Hood, Oregon From the 1950s
Groundbreaking iPhone 5 Concept Shots: Will New iPhone Look Like This?
Dinosaur Light Paintings By Darren Pearson
Amazing Photos Of “Luxurious” Lada Stretched Limousines
Maniac Pumpkin Carvers Workshop
‘Falcon Wing’ Model X, New Entrant in Electric Car Market
Animals On Bikes
This 3D Printed Coffee Table Shows Art As Seen Under The Microscope
Sculptures By Susan Lordi
Canadian Artist Creates Miniature Dioramas In An Old Vintage Ring Boxes
An Abstracted Lamborghini Is The Basis For The Bizarre-Looking Lo Res Car From United Nude
Fishfaces, Made of Recycled Plastic Bottles
Smart Highway - a Tribute to Van Gogh
NFT Art: Sophia the Robot 'Self-Portrait' Sells for Almost $700K
Felt Jewelry by Hanan Kedmi for Real Geeks
Diathermy in Beauty Culture From From the 1930s
Gold-Painted Infiniti G37 In China Towed By Traffic Police for Illegal Parking
iblazr - the First Universal LED Flash for Smartphones and Tablets
Giant Mermaid on the Alster River in Hamburg
Portrait Drawings by Marc Morcos
Pop Pop Bang By Thomas Brown & Anna Burns