He doesn’t make anyone think they’re a human chicken, but Anthony Howe just might be the world’s greatest hypnotist. His wind-powered metal creations, sometimes standing as tall as 25 feet, are some of the most mesmerizing kinetic sculptures you’ll ever see. Don’t look, or you might not be able to look away.
Why would anybody want a regular lamp or other light source, when you can have these incredible neon sculptures instead? They're constantly in motion, and they use lights and patterns to transfix the eye. Here are the greatest kinetic sculptures made of dancing lights.
I know these kinetic sculptures by Korean artist Choe U-Ram will haunt me dreams tonight but, their soft movements and the dramatic lighting hypnotized me, and now I have to watch these videos over and over again.