San Francisco’s Bay Bridge To Host World’s Largest Light Sculpture
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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