An Infinite Wave of LEDs

Inspired by the natural flow of waves, Brazilian designer, Muti Randolph, creates a visually mesmerizing piece of art for the main window façade of Le Lampe; a Brazilian company for LED lights. The display design incorporates technology with art in order to produce a smooth, continuous pattern.

Courtesy of Muti Randolph

Courtesy of Muti Randolph

The installation is reflected in many mirrors around it giving it “the illusion of an infinite sea of light.” Randolph’s work creates the visual illusion of movement; aluminum pipes hold each of the display pieces in place. With different, gradual heights, the pipes create a very smooth flow mimicking that of a wave.

Courtesy of Muti Randolph

Courtesy of Muti Randolph

The fusion of LED light with the creative artistic form has definitely given the design a different dimension. “Light is a wave. I ride waves on the sea surface, so it’s a constant source of inspiration,” Says Randolph. Acting as a light source, as well as a stunning artistic illustration, the design is a very energy-efficient piece of work. Located in Rio de Janeiro, the installation is a very visually stimulating piece of art; it satisfies Randolph’s belief as “art should be part of people’s routines and everyday lives, and not be just confined to museums and galleries.”

Courtesy of Muti Randolph

Courtesy of Muti Randolph

By:Ala’ Abuhasan

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