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Panoramic photo by Vil Muhametshin EXPERT MAESTRO Taken 19:57, 19/11/2010 - Views loading...

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"Light Forest" at Spikeri warehouses - creative industry quarter in Riga, Latvia

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This installation was created in the frames of annual light festival "Riga Shines". It was made from recycled materials – things that quickly multiply around us every day and rarely do we even know what becomes of them after we’ve left them in the dump. Using the unique properties of these materials, with a simple method they’ve been transformed into sculptures of organic shapes...

Read more at - http://http://www.staro.lv/en/2010/11/spikeru-gaismas-mezs

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