American artist Bill FitzGibbons used thousands of LEDs to transform a dark and dreary underpass located in downtown Birmingham, Alabama into the awesomely bright and colourful space you see here.

The cheerful installation was funded by the Greater Birmingham’s Community Catalyst Fund and the REV Birmingham organization.

Visit Bill FitzGibbons’ website to check out more of his wonderful works of public art.

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We’ve already firmly established that animals wearing clothing can be pretty freaking awesome, but what about little lambs wearing woolly jumpers?
Lambs + Wool Sweaters = Awesome cuteness
Dan James photographed these adorable newborn lambs (with equally adorable names such as Flake, Frosty, and Snowy) at Becketts Farm, in Birmingham, England. The farmers dressed their brand new baby sheep in cozy sweaters to protect them from the chill of a cold front passing over Britain.
[via Telegraph.co.uk]

We’ve already firmly established that animals wearing clothing can be pretty freaking awesome, but what about little lambs wearing woolly jumpers?

Lambs + Wool Sweaters = Awesome cuteness

Dan James photographed these adorable newborn lambs (with equally adorable names such as Flake, Frosty, and Snowy) at Becketts Farm, in Birmingham, England. The farmers dressed their brand new baby sheep in cozy sweaters to protect them from the chill of a cold front passing over Britain.

[via Telegraph.co.uk]

Davyd Samuels and Adrian Taylor photographed this whimsical piece of street art, of cable television satellite dishes cleverly turned into telescopes, on the brick wall of a building in Digbeth, Birmingham, UK. 

Unfortunately we don’t know the name of the artist responsible for the piece. If you do, please let us know.

[via Colossal]