If you live in New York, starting June 7th you might be able to see a colorful stained glass structure on the skyline between Manhattan and Brooklyn. That’s DUMBO-based artist Tom Fruin’s new installation piece, “The Watertower,” and it was created from almost 1,000 pieces of salvaged and recycled plexiglass. It’ll be on display for a full year, and is best viewable from the Manhattan bridge bike path. We think this is gorgeous installation, and we love the effort to blend art and everyday life with one another!
For more information on the artist, go to his website here!