Rainbow Lasers Light Up New York for Sandy Memorial

Rainbow Lasers Light Up New York for Sandy Memorial

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Tara Bellucci
Nov 28, 2012
Originating from the Standard Hotel on the High Line, artist Yvette Mattern has created a rainbow of lasers that can be seen for 35 miles. Titled "Global Rainbow After the Storm," the display is a memorial for the victims of Superstorm Sandy, and will be visible tonight and tomorrow.

In other news, an innovative lamp is cool but will cost you, and paint colors have some really weird names. See the headlines after the jump.

A 35-Mile Laser Rainbow Illuminates New York As A Memorial To Sandy's Victims | Co.Exist
A Lamp With A Devilishly Clever UI, And A Hellish Price | Co.Design
Weird Paint Color Names: Benjamin Moore's Baby Turtle And 9 Other Unusual Hues | Huff Post Home

(Image: Drew Anthony Smith/Fast Company)

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