Posts Tagged: light artwork

Lux Helsinki and freezing temperatures are back!

It is minus 17 celsius degrees, which feels like -25 c because of the wind. The sky is crystal clear and the houses in the centre of Helsinki are full of color. Lux Helsinki and freezing cold winter weather are

Lux Helsinki and freezing temperatures are back!

It is minus 17 celsius degrees, which feels like -25 c because of the wind. The sky is crystal clear and the houses in the centre of Helsinki are full of color. Lux Helsinki and freezing cold winter weather are

Fiat Lux Helsinki!

Lux Helsinki light festival is the best event of the winter in Helsinki! For five days, 6.-10.1.2016, the streets of Helsinki were turned into a carnivalesque light show filling the streets with people. This year a new record was done

Fiat Lux Helsinki!

Lux Helsinki light festival is the best event of the winter in Helsinki! For five days, 6.-10.1.2016, the streets of Helsinki were turned into a carnivalesque light show filling the streets with people. This year a new record was done

Lux Helsinki brings light into the darkness

This is the darkest time of the year. With the right attitude and lightning darkness can be turned into something beautiful, exciting, inviting, cosy and safe. Lux Helsinki light festival is a perfect example of how the light is an opportunity for

Lux Helsinki brings light into the darkness

This is the darkest time of the year. With the right attitude and lightning darkness can be turned into something beautiful, exciting, inviting, cosy and safe. Lux Helsinki light festival is a perfect example of how the light is an opportunity for

Silo 468 – enlightened old oil silo

When I was a child and lived in Katajanokka, big white oil silos where standing on Kruunuvuorenranta, at the other side of the seashore. Back then they were still in use, but today there is just one left, the Silo

Silo 468 – enlightened old oil silo

When I was a child and lived in Katajanokka, big white oil silos where standing on Kruunuvuorenranta, at the other side of the seashore. Back then they were still in use, but today there is just one left, the Silo