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Artwork by Rebecca Rothfus is Structurally Sound

Rebecca Rothfus' artwork has the ability to make power lines beautiful. These illustrations were created by the American artist who captures the relationship between cell towers and their surroundings. The cell towers are structures filled with hypocrisy and as Rothfus describes on her website, "They carry with them a feeling of optimism and progress yet serve as a reminder of our dependence on technology and rapid development of land." This juxtaposition is captured in Rothus' work as she shows their beauty as well as the cell towers have the ability to ruin a landscape.

Each of Rothfus' drawings show an abstract version of the towers incorporating the unseen sounds waves with a pop of color. The waves become a magical entity that idealizes the power of these 20th century symbols of progress.