London designer Paul Cocksedge recently completed another sculpture resembling pieces of paper caught in the breeze, although this time the leaves glow like a swarm of fireflies. Looks stunning! The 200 suspended sheets were made from an electrically conductive material that lights up when a current passes through it.

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