Bluebird Made of Tiny LEDs


Japanese artist Makoto Tojiki loves bringing light sculptures to life. We first became entranced by his work The Man with No Shadow and now we’ve come across his beautiful blue bird. Using just copper wire and tiny LEDs, Tojiki creates these magical sculptures that make us feel like we’re looking at holographic images.

“The tiny LED lights produce a very strong, high contrast image to the human eye. Therefore, the object’s presence fades when the LED are not turned on. It’s as if nothing was there at all,” he tells us.




Makoto Tojiki’s website



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