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Monthly Archives: March 2012
Whether you are in Las Vegas for fun or/and gambling, Las Vegas has style and extraordinary lighting. The Luxor Hotel showcases the worlds strongest beam of light, featuring computer designed curved mirrors to collect the light from 39 Xenon lamps, that are then collectively focused into one intense, narrow beam. From an airplane and on a clear night, the Sky Beam is visible up to 250 miles away.
Photo: The Luxor Sky Beam in Las Vegas, Nevada
The International Dark-Sky Association believes that our society has lost site of the night sky stars and planets. Is it possible that our street lights are extinguishing our inherent connection with the natural world? The International Dark-Sky Association promotes simple (back to the basics) ideas: light what you need, when you need it and where you need it.
Natalie Sampson Designs has done one heck of a job finding the hidden beauty in mundane household objects that are commonly overlooked. These unique household items include: wire whisks, egg cups, coat hangers and even an item most want to turn an eye at, the toilet brush. Natalie Sampson’s unique display of household art has changed my vision of these items forever, in a good way though.
Photo: Spiral Coat Hanger Lamp by Natalie Sampson