From the MAKE Flickr pool
Matt created this delicate window sill sculpture from a solar garden light, twigs, and hot glue –
My little solar sculpture lives on the sill and winks to life for just and hour or so, right after the sun sets following a sunny day. Then it slowly fades, flickers, and goes dark. It’s like my own private echo of the sunset, in case I missed the real thing.
Looks like a nice n’ gentle way to welcome each evening. It’s always great when projects like these find a home in our daily routine. Check out more of Matt’s pics on Flickr.
4 thoughts on “Solar sculpture provides a mini sunset”
Look, he’s using materials that are even better than recycled or “repurposed” (as @#$%s like to call it)–they’re all natural.
So why isn’t the word “green” in this story fifteen million times?
Nice job Matt.
I’ve been wanting to do something similar for a long time and just haven’t gotten around to it. Thanks for the inspiration.
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