Solar Lights

Camel Solar Street Light is a solar-powered light fixture, in the design of an Arabian (dormitory) one humped Camel.

Lights work because of the photovoltaic effect. The solar cell is the part that converts sunlight into direct electrical current.

The solar panels charges the batteries in the box where it sends the power to the Camel head light fixture. The light only comes on at dark.

Camel Solar & Electric Street Light - Grand Rapids, Michigan (June 2018)
ArtPrize 2018, Grand Rapids, Michigan - "Beacon of the Desert"
Camel Solar & Electric Street Light - Grand Rapids, Michigan (June 2018)

The American Eagle Solar Street Light is a solar-powered light fixture, in the design of an American Eagle soaring, with an 8 ft wingspan. The solar lights are assembled hidden inside the wings. The light only comes on at dark. 

The American Eagle Solar Street Light
Mallard Solar Street Light is a solar-powered light fixture, in the design of a Mallard. The solar lights are assembled hidden inside the wings. The light only comes on at dark. 
Mallard Solor Street Light
Future Theme Concepts
Animal Street/Parking Lights for Zoos and National Parks – US & Global
Bear Solar Light
Use of Smart Solar LED Streetlight