Giant solar-powered LED flowers in Jerusalem

In Jerusalem, an art collective called O*GE has a neat installation that consists of giant solar-powered low-wattage LED flowers. It's a joint effort with Israel's electric company to promote alternative energy. The flowers, which include lotuses and tulips, are made of steel wires and laser-cut glass. Pretty! O*GE Gallery [via Art MoCo]

About Lisa Katayama

I'm a contributing editor here at Boing Boing. I also have a blog (TokyoMango), a book (Urawaza), and I freelance for Wired, Make, the NY Times Magazine, PRI's Studio360, etc. I'm @tokyomango on Twitter.
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3 Responses to Giant solar-powered LED flowers in Jerusalem

  1. Jon says:

    I understand that the solar cells used to power these flowers use state-of-the-art “geranium diode” technology!

  2. solar panels says:

    These giant solar-powered low-wattage LED flowers look so beautiful.They must be very expensive.

  3. Rickyneck says:

    I think that the beautiful, but not entirely realistic. Perhaps the largest “garden”, it is to spend money to see, but I do not think that the past so that the business world. Significance of housing, residential, hospitals, etc.

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