Internet After Dark

Michael Horn put together this Halloween Costume for 2015, a representation of “The Internet After Dark”.  Both lit pieces flash at different rates, mimicking the unpleasant pop-up ads that one might see in a seedy corner of the internet late at night.

The glowing advertisement at the bottom was copied from an actual advertisement, printed on a transparency sheet and applied over a flashing white electroluminescent panel.  The “Neon” sign is made from electroluminescent wire, bent into letter shapes and covered in places with black electrical tape.

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