Vessel Of Cultural Plenty – Fiber Optic Vase

It’s an amazing Vessel of cultural plenty, designed by Warren Langley, was recently showcased at Vivid Sydney, festival of music, light and ideas.

Vessel Of Cultural Plenty - Fiber Optic Vase

It’s an amazing Vessel of cultural plenty, designed by Warren Langley, was recently showcased at Vivid Sydney, festival of music, light and ideas. Soaring four stories into the sky, the massive flowerpot uses 84 strand lateral emission fiber optic cables and three low-energy metal hallide bulbs to produce 200 meters of linear light with just 450 Watts of power. The base of the sculpture is crafted from rugged materials such as galvanized steel, laminated sheet iron and plywood to stand up to even the drunkest, burliest Aussie on the block. This one is sure to make that manager-special bouquet that you bought for your girl look even more wilted and inadequate. [via Smart Lights Sydney]

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