LEDs light up sustainable traffic island

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LEDs light up sustainable traffic island


“CO2LED”, an installation by artists Jack Sanders, Robert Gay, and Butch Anthony connects up 522 solar-powered LEDs on tall rods with plastic bottles at the top to light up a traffic island in northern Virginia. Built to promote sustainable urban luminance and recycling, all of the materials were reused after the project came down this fall.

CO2LED – Link, [via]

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