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Sometimes, what happens in Vegas LEAVES Vegas

By Brian | March 12, 2008 | Share on Facebook

The monstrosity to the right is currently sitting in Rockefeller Center, right where the famous Christmas Tree stands during the holiday season. And if you think it looks weird in the picture, understand that the 3,390 LED bulbs light up in a sequence that “replicates the movement of water.” In other words, it’s a giant, electric pseudo-fountain.

Otherwise known as pop art. This particular ahem…”work of art” is entitled “Electric Fountain” (creative, huh?) is brought to us by acclaimed British artists Tim Noble and Sue Webster, and is on display at the coveted spot in front of 30 Rock all the way until April 5th.

Yeah, sure – you don’t care. You don’t have to walk past it every morning.


Topics: New York, New York | 3 Comments »

3 Responses to “Sometimes, what happens in Vegas LEAVES Vegas”

  1. jason says at March 13th, 2008 at 12:03 pm :
    That’s… um… different. Lucky you, to get to behold it every. single. day.

  2. Jeff Porten says at March 14th, 2008 at 2:36 pm :
    Does that mean you’ve got poker tables running in the lobby?


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