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Attention-grabbing public art is a great way to raise awareness of critical issues. In this case, it’s the clean renewable resource known as solar power. Erected in downtown Tel Aviv, this giant 19′ solar-powered fan, called Ventilator, by Israeli designer Tal Tenne Czaczkes highlights the validity of solar power and engages the public to play. [via PSFK]

Adam Flaherty

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  2. Meekles on said:

    did anyone else notice that it’s spinning the wrong direction to blow air?

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