Kaleidoscopic Effects

Tom Fruin, “Watertower,” 2012.

This is my kind of public art project. Inspired by the location’s history and iconography, has a dash of whimsy, yet still a visually  striking piece. The “watertower” reflects the sunlight during the day and glows at night. Sitting on a building in DUMBO it only enhances that majestic view of the Manhattan skyline that only Brooklyn can provide.

Fruin also made that bitchen sign hanging at the much hyped about Wythe Hotel.

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