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San Francisco’s Bay Bridge To Host World’s Largest Light Sculpture
By Dorothy Tan, 17 Jan 2013
Renowned artist Leo Villareal has designed the world’s largest light sculpture—to be displayed on San Francisco’s Bay Bridge, it is a stunning art experience that is set to impact 50 million people in the Bay Area.
Consisting of 25,000 white, individually-programmed LED lights, 'The Bay Lights' is inspired by the Bay Bridge’s 75th anniversary and will measure 1.8-miles wide and 500-feet high.
Programmed to display a dazzling light show from dusk to midnight for two years, this monumental sculpture is set to light up for the first time on 5 March 2013.
Watch the video below to see how The Bay Lights will look like—or head over to the project website for more information.
[via Faith Is Torment]
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