"Night Song" a radio tower inspired by the RKO Radio trademark of movie fame from the 1930s is a 460 ft. city-owned communications tower in Fort Worth, Texas, that has five graduated rings of LED lights from 12 ft. to 15 ft. in diameter designed by Connie Arismendi and Laura Garanzuay -- which will change with the seasons. And the price tag, a modest $68,695, underscores that public art can surprise and please a great number of people without necessarily costing a great deal of money. (Ralph Lauer/Fort Worth Public Art/MCT)
"Night Song" a radio tower inspired by the RKO Radio trademark of movie fame from the 1930s is a 460 ft. city-owned communications tower in Fort Worth, Texas, that has five graduated rings of LED lights from 12 ft. to 15 ft. in diameter designed by Connie Arismendi and Laura Garanzuay -- which will change with the seasons. And the price tag, a modest $68,695, underscores that public art can surprise and please a great number of people without necessarily costing a great deal of money. (Ralph Lauer/Fort Worth Public Art/MCT) MCT
"Night Song" a radio tower inspired by the RKO Radio trademark of movie fame from the 1930s is a 460 ft. city-owned communications tower in Fort Worth, Texas, that has five graduated rings of LED lights from 12 ft. to 15 ft. in diameter designed by Connie Arismendi and Laura Garanzuay -- which will change with the seasons. And the price tag, a modest $68,695, underscores that public art can surprise and please a great number of people without necessarily costing a great deal of money. (Ralph Lauer/Fort Worth Public Art/MCT) MCT

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