Cone Down is a 30'-tall climbable sculpture of an overturned ice cream cone, a whimsical acknowledgement of life's indignities. The frame is made of 7,000 of pounds of steel. The skin of the cone and scoop are polycarbonate, lit from inside with thousands of individually addressable LEDs. The sculpture features an interactive dance floor, padded "chill" lounge inside, and viewing deck on top.
Rainbow Bridge is a 75'-long, 30'-high, 4'-deep walkable sculpture built of 15,000 lbs of steel, clad with wood panels painted the iconic colors, and covered in over 25,000 addressable LEDs. The arch serves as a cheerful landmark by day and a stunning light show by night.
A two-year, fully reversible public art installation that creates a low-resolution light wall on the BVOH's south facade facing its outdoor amphitheater. An elegant, high-grade stainless-steel frame that will house an array of more than 6,000 programmable LEDs showcasing local art and educational programs.
Bay View, SF
Flying Spaghetti Monster
Flying Spaghetti Monster is a big interactive, hanging sculpture enhanced by LEDs and touch sensors. It has a special noodle designed to trigger chasing rainbow patterns and to echo voices of humor.