Worn books, aged leather, hidden paths, striking vistas, and displaced machinery- an accumulation of images from, inspired by, and relevant to the ages of Myst.

Light by Bruce Munroe | Longwood Gardens, PA

In Light, his first-ever large-scale solo show, british artist Bruce Munro fills Pennsylvania’s Longwood Gardens with sculptural and immersive installations, comprising over the course of 23-acres six outdoor installations, two interior projects within the grand conservatory on the grounds, and a collection of illuminated sculptural works.

(Source: designboom.com)

Fragments of Light | Andrew Smith, 2008

Fragments of Light functions as an indoor lamp.  Although it looks like there is water within this piece, it is really a solid 8 inch diameter clear acrylic cylinder.  The outside of the cylinder has been crackled with thousands of small cracks that capture the light within the cylinder causing it to glow.  The bottom of the sculpture houses a halogen bulb with a color wheel that slowly changes the color of the light.  In addition to an (on off) switch there is a second switch that stops the color wheel, allowing the lamp to stay in a solid color state.  The color of the lamp cycles through red, blue, green, and yellow. 

(Source: andrewsmithart.com)

Calabarte’s astoundingly beautiful carved gourd lamps.

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Cave | jamajurabaev
Tiny people exploring vast cave systems will always belong on this blog.

Cave | jamajurabaev

Tiny people exploring vast cave systems will always belong on this blog.

(Source: theartofanimation, via pythias)