We spin

Jan Leonardo Wöllert (previously) is a German photographer who started his career by specializing in nighttime pictures and has since shifted his focus to the field of light art performance (3) Jan Leonardo Wöllert (previously) is a German photographer who started his career by specializing in nighttime pictures and has since shifted his focus to the field of light art performance (4) Jan Leonardo Wöllert (previously) is a German photographer who started his career by specializing in nighttime pictures and has since shifted his focus to the field of light art performance (5) Jan Leonardo Wöllert (previously) is a German photographer who started his career by specializing in nighttime pictures and has since shifted his focus to the field of light art performance (6) Jan Leonardo Wöllert (previously) is a German photographer who started his career by specializing in nighttime pictures and has since shifted his focus to the field of light art performance (7) Jan Leonardo Wöllert (previously) is a German photographer who started his career by specializing in nighttime pictures and has since shifted his focus to the field of light art performance (8) Jan Leonardo Wöllert (previously) is a German photographer who started his career by specializing in nighttime pictures and has since shifted his focus to the field of light art performance (9) Jan Leonardo Wöllert (previously) is a German photographer who started his career by specializing in nighttime pictures and has since shifted his focus to the field of light art performance (1)

Light Art Photography by Electrical Movements in the Dark (EMD).

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We hang out together

Close Up Lights by Cristina Vezzini and Sheng Tsang Chen (1) Close Up Lights by Cristina Vezzini and Sheng Tsang Chen (2) Close Up Lights by Cristina Vezzini and Sheng Tsang Chen (3) Close Up Lights by Cristina Vezzini and Sheng Tsang Chen (4)

Close Up Lights by Cristina Vezzini and Sheng Tsang Chen

Our heads are spinning

Florencia Durante Envelopment series (1) Florencia Durante Envelopment series (2) Florencia Durante Envelopment series (3) Florencia Durante Envelopment series (4) Florencia Durante Envelopment series (5)

From the series ‘Envelopment’ – Incredible light art photography by Florencia Durante

We light up

James Turrell James Turrell Aten Reign, 2013 (3) James Turrell Aten Reign, 2013 (4) James Turrell Aten Reign, 2013 (5) James Turrell Aten Reign, 2013 (6) James Turrell Aten Reign, 2013 (1)

‘Aten Reign’ by light artist James Turrell’s, in the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York.

We feel squeezed

Soft Light by Simon Frambach (2) Soft Light by Simon Frambach (3) Soft Light by Simon Frambach (4) Soft Light by Simon Frambach (5) Soft Light by Simon Frambach (1)

Soft Light by Simon Frambach /

You lay down in bed to read for a few minutes. You need both a night light for reading and a pillow to life your head. In the creative mind of Simon Frambach, that combination is one. Simon created a inventive new way to create light and rest by combing polyurethane foam and a lightbulb with a protective cage. The soft white polyurethane foam turns the harsh bright light into a warm glow that you can stuff anywhere. You can tuck the light under  your head and use if as a pillow. Jam the light in a small spot where it stays nestled in place providing you with a little extra light for reading or play. (via induldg.com)

We like geometry

 

Miss Maple by Elisa Strozyk Photographed by Sebastian Neeb (2)Miss Maple by Elisa Strozyk Photographed by Sebastian Neeb (3)Miss Maple by Elisa Strozyk Photographed by Sebastian Neeb (1)

‘Miss Maple’ designed by Elisa Strozyk and photographed by Sebastian Neeb /// Text from the designer’s website:

MISS MAPLE

pendant lamp, 85 x 85 x 35 cm
material: wooden textile, steel

The pendant lamp “Miss Maple” is showing the use of a familiar material in an unconventional way. We usually experience wood as a plain surface, but here it is broken down into a grid of triangles. This makes a flexible lampshade which can be transformed manually in three-dimensional ways.
While the lamp generates warm light at night the surface outside becomes more evident with daylight and turns the lamp into sculptural object.

We connect

Grimanesa Amoros (3) Grimanesa Amoros (5) Grimanesa Amoros (2) Grimanesa Amoros (4) Grimanesa Amoros

‘Golden Connection’ – light installation in the Four Seasons Hotel for the Art Basel Show in Hong Kong, 2013 by artist Grimanese Amoros