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Poéticas instalaciones de neón en la naturaleza, por Lee Jung

Jung Lee, Why 2010 Korean artist Jung Lee installs neon letters in nature - snow, forests etc - forming sentences that evoke powerful emotion.

More and More Pin: Love

One day u will come and find me, then we will go wherever you want, I won't be alone again. I am in love with u and I will be in same home with u, when u come to find me.

Jung Lee, Till the end of time, From the series C-type Print, 136 cm x 170 cm, 2010

Jung Lee

Artist Jung Lee was born in 1972 in Seoul, Korea. She graduated in Photography from The Royal College of Art in London and represented by the ONE AND J. Gallery , established in Seoul in 2005 and representing the young Asian creation.

I like this simple series of illuminated text by Brooklyn-based Victoria Siemer. More images below.           Victoria Siemer @witchoria on Instagram Witchoria.com

Artist Spotlight: Victoria Siemer

I like this simple series of illuminated text by Brooklyn-based Victoria Siemer.

Los paisajes iluminados de Witchoria (Yosfot blog)

Los paisajes iluminados de Witchoria

Remember this feeling

"'Lost for Words' Neon, 2013 by artist Tim Etchells" The appearance of the water blurring the words here has a pretty deep impact on the meaning of the phrase itself.

...as much as possible

visual-poetry: “HAHAHA-AHAHAH” by mladen miljanovics (at the art camp at ms dockville festival)

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Interview: Jung Lee

lee jung: The South Korean photographer captures neon thoughts in barren landscapes to convey the limitations of language

"The people you love become ghosts inside of you and like this you keep them alive."      Type installation powered by sunlight - by Robert Montgomery

Typographic Installations are Solar Powered Poetry

Over the past decade, Scottish artist Robert Montgomery has created text and light installations across the world consisting of short poems made from neon, wood, and fire. Photo by Robert Montgomery.

How cute for a classroom.

Lampshade made from vintage rulers and yardsticks.where do you find vintage rulers?