Utterly Magical Hand Carved Skulls That Will Light Up Your Room

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These delicate skull designs are at once both eerie and beautiful. Created by artist Mikhail Bozhok, each piece is carved by hand and features the most incredible details. The Belarus based artist spends hours crafting each meticulous design. Drawing inspiration from lace, crochet textures, architecture, and antique prints, Mikhail breathes new life into dusty bones with his magical skills. Each skull is hand carved and given its own unique identity. Mikhail takes pride in making each skull utterly breathtaking in it’s own special way. Some skulls are even illuminated from the inside. Continue reading »

Heart-Shaped Bike Light. Oh, Wait…

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The heart-shaped tail light looks so cool, let you and your bike more dazzling in the crowd. Provide safe and reliable visibility, improves safety tremendously as most bike-car collisions are due to inadequate side visibility. Tool-less to install — mount anywhere you want in seconds, such as the handlebar, the seat post, or anywhere on the frame — even your backpack. Continue reading »

This Light Art Installation Is Made From Old Washing Machine Drums

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Teatro Metaphora, a non-profit organization created by a group of friends who want to change the world by promotion of ecological well-being and responsible usage of materials, created this colorful light installation using 133 old washing machine drums. Continue reading »

APWorks Introduces Light Rider, The World’s First 3D-Printed Motorcycle

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APWorks, a subsidiary of airplane manufacturer Airbus, has conceived the world’s first 3D-printed motorcycle that weights just 35 kilograms. With a 6 kW electric engine, the Light Rider goes from zero to 50 mph in just seconds and features a frame boasting a mere 6 kg. Continue reading »

Through Darkness Into Light: The Concept Art Of Ivan Khomenko

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Ivan Khomenko is a freelance concept artist and digital illustrator based in Kostroma, Russia. He currently works as a concept artist at One Pixel Brush. We have an amazing collection of science fiction and fantasy themed works by the artist below from both commercial and personal projects. Ivan Khomenko’s illustrations and paintings have an incredible cinematic quality. Continue reading »

“Field Of Light”: Bruce Munro Creates Fantastic Lighting Installations Across The Urban Landscapes

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British artist Bruce Munro creates immersive light installations. These large-scale projects are inspired by his interest in shared human experience. Munro’s work takes on all sizes and covers all kinds of landscapes. He’s created both monumental and intimate instillations in deserts, ponds, gardens, fields, and even inside buildings. Continue reading »

Hilarious Illustrations Of Real Movie Typos By Austin Light

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Writer, illustrator and designer Austin Light has come up with a unique collection of real movie title typos turned into funny illustrations. The funny new movie scenes even feature short plot synopses of the silly movies. Continue reading »

This Girl Doodles Adorable Comics To Shed Light On Introverts And Their Daily Struggles

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Being an introvert herself, Marzi knows what she’s talking about when she creates her Introvert Doodles. Her goal is to show other people who also have this kind of personality that there’s absolutely nothing wrong with them. Continue reading »

People In Montreal Are Playing On Light-Filled Seesaws This Winter

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In Montreal, Canada, the sixth annual edition of Luminothérapie is happening between December 10th, 2015 to January 31st, 2016. Continue reading »

The EDC Prepper: Paracord Bracelet Survival Kit Equipped With LED Light, Fire Starter, Compass, Knife

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When the worst happens you need to be ready. This Every Day Carry (EDC) bracelet is a wearable survival and tool kit that is always on you. Inside this paracord strap you will find useful gear such as; a fire starter, cutting blade, LED light, compass, fishing kit, handcuff key and more. Continue reading »

Tribute In Light Over Manhattan

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People gather at the “Tribute in Light” in Lower Manhattan, New York, September 9, 2015. The tribute was lit two days ahead of the 14th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. (Photo by Andrew Kelly/Reuters)
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Empire State Building Projection Shines A Light On Endangered Animals

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Photo by Eduardo Munoz/Reuters

New York’s famed Empire State Building hosted new guests on Saturday night as images of endangered animals were flashed across its facade. Continue reading »

The Light Phone

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The Light Phone is a discreet credit card sized mobile phone designed to be used as little as possible. It works as a stand alone device or it can get calls forwarded from your existing phone number via an app. Other features are limited to ten speed dials and a time display. Light works independently of your carrier as an inexpensive, pre-paid phone. We are also going to offer the phone with an affordable unlimited plan. Continue reading »

Light Up Your Dreams with Sturlesidesign’s Abstract Night Lights

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Etsy store SturlesiDesign makes all these minimalistic laser-engraved night lights and decorative lamps that, what with their geometric designs, are pretty darn cool. Continue reading »

Vles – Interactive Light Installation

Installation offers the viewer to feel the atmosphere of the mystical forest and meet its inhabitants, by moving the light beam through the panoramic visual surface. The installation was placed in the center of contemporary art M’Ars, within interactive exhibition LifeZone (Moscow, May-June 2015).

Dinosaur Light Paintings By Darren Pearson

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Darren Pearson is a photographer, but he’s no ordinary photographer. At day he works as Creative Director for ‘Danger Brand’. At night he puts on his photographer cape and goes out to make some incredible looking light painting. The work he does only permits him to go out at night, he’s kinda like Batman. Light painting goes by some other names like light performance photography and light art, just to name a few. Continue reading »

Photo of the Day: Follow the Light

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A silhouetted employee carries a tray of massage oils at the Banyan Tree Macau’s spa at the Galaxy Macau casino resort, operated by Galaxy Entertainment Group Ltd., in Macau, China, on Thursday, May 8, 2014. (Photo by Brent Lewin/Bloomberg)

“Lichtgrenze” (Border of Light)

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People walk under stands with balloons placed along the former Berlin Wall location at Mauerpark, which will be used in the installation “Lichtgrenze” (Border of Light) in Berlin November 7, 2014. A part of the inner city of Berlin will be temporarily divided from November 7 to 9, with a light installation featuring 8000 luminous white balloons to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. (Photo by Pawel Kopczynski/Reuters)
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Fluorescent Light Installations by Yochai Matos

Fluorescent Light Installations by Yochai Matos
Multidisciplinary artist Yochai Matos lives and works in Tel Aviv where he creates a wide variety of indoor and outdoor artworks that span the gamut from street art to collage, photography, painting, and especially his brilliant fluorescent light bulb installations seen here. Continue reading »

Skateboarding Light Skeletons

Skateboarding Light Skeletons

These stunning light art pictures of skateboarding skeletons were created by Darren Pearson from Los Angeles. He works as a full time illustrator by day and by night he explores the varying landscapes of California in search of the perfect scene for his light-sculptures. Pearson makes complex light-effect photographs, none of which are photoshopped. He describes the work as location-based light art. Continue reading »

Manta 2.0 / Ray of Light

Manta 2.0 / Ray of Light

Limited Edition. Designed by Joeri Claeys. The sea is never far away with this unique lamp. Inspired on, and a tribute to, one of the most amazing sea creatures: the Manta Ray. The aim was to create a modern table lamp with a sculptural and organic form that tries to provoke people into using their imagination. Casting a beautiful atmospheric light and mysterious shadow. Continue reading »

Speed Of Light

Speed Of Light

Joggers, wearing special suits with led lights attached, arrive outside the Lowry Theatre in Salford Quays, Greater Manchester. Around 400 runners took part in a dress rehearsal for the performance entitles Speed Of Light. Created by public arts charity NVA the display uses cutting edge technology to turn runners into human fireflies, attaching a series of LEDs to the joints, limbs and heads of moving bodies. The runners route takes them past The Lowry, The Imperial War Museum North and the new Media City complex. The first show takes place on Thursday night and runs until Saturday evening. (Dave Thompson/PA)

The World’s Largest LED Light Sculpture

The World's Largest LED Light Sculpture

The San Francisco Bay Bridge is lit up with the world’s largest LED light sculpture. It stretches 1.8 miles (2.89km) and is 500 feet (152,4m) high. The Bay Lights exhibit has 25,000 white LED lights that are individually programmed by artist Leo Villareal to create a never-repeating display across the Bay Bridge’s west span. (EPA/MONICA M. DAVEY)

Distant Light Clothing

Distant Light Clothing

Distant Light is an independent clothing brand established in Los Angeles. Based off of the quote, “follow the light at the end of the tunnel”, Distant Light strives to achieve an authentic style constructed around perseverance. Producing only the highest quality of goods and apparel, once a product is sold out it may never be reproduced again. We find our brand inspired by a strong mix of tunnels, skateboarding, and stormy weather. Influenced by the doers, Distant Light communicates the power of determination and creating yourself. Continue reading »

The Cocoon Light Structures

The Cocoon Light Structures
The Cocoon Light Structures

The “cocoon light structures” that Israeli-born designer Ayala Serfaty creates don’t look like anything you plug into a wall. They look more like organisms that glow. Using thin, transparently tinted lamp filaments as “glass veins” that create both depth and surface, the tubes are then sprayed with a clear polymer in thin strands, connected like a spiderweb around the tubes, to generate “a skin-like crust,” or what Serfaty has called “a membrane of sorts” that feels like a soft cocoon. (In fact, the process was developed in the late 1940s by the U.S. military for cocooning ships.)