Winter's not here, yet autumn's magic is already leaving. But thanks to a group of sneaky artists we can see the fall season frozen in time in the form of 200 carefully arranged leaves, some wire, and plenty of LEDs.
This art installation is called "An Almost Ephimeral Autumn" and was created by a group called Luzinterrupus. It took them about three hours to set it up in a Madrid park.
Unfortunately this was only a short exhibit, and the leaves remained trapped in a pretend breeze for a mere four hours. What a shame. I'd have loved to hop on a plane and race through that park, pretending to be an autumn fairy. [Design Boom]