Take a closer look at the purple cubes the mannequins are standing on in this DKNY window display. Inside each cube are four 16-watt T4 grounded microfluorescent fixtures. Chad Oliver of Donna Karen NY sent us these photos. He set up the fixtures to stand upright and then connected them with 6 inch flexible connectors. Beautiful!
Each year, motorcycle enthusiasts gather at the Legendary Buffalo Chip Campground in Sturgis, SD, and one of the central attractions is the Motorcycles as Art exhibit. World-famous motorcycle photographer Michael Lichter puts the exhibit together. It captures the personal expression, creativity and spirit that permeate the history and culture of motorcycling. Shown in the photos are our PAR Halogen Telescoping Display Lights (Model #PDL-188) being used as gallery lighting at the exhibit.
Photos provided by The Legendary Buffalo Chip Campground in Sturgis, SD
This lighting project, completed by a customer in Corona del Mar, CA, was intended to provide indirect lighting for a small wine rack. The customer used our Xenon Low Voltage Light Strip and placed the xenon festoon lamps six inches on center. The effect is beautiful!
One of the best ways to emphasize the detail or color in wall art is to install a recessed light in the ceiling to shine on the picture. That’s exactly what this customer did! Shown below are two 4-Inch Low Voltage Trims with Adjustable Elbow and 4in low voltage housings used as “picture lights”.