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All I Know Is This Is Firework Sorcery -- And I Need It In My Life Right Now!

AUGUST 15, 2015  —  By Joe Welkie

Everyone enjoys watching fireworks and their awe-inspiring beauty. These delightful explosives have come a long way since they were first introduced hundreds of years ago, to where they now burst into specific shapes and sizes that were previously unheard of.

Still, you've never seen fireworks do anything like this before. This pyrotechnic art piece was created by Chinese artist Cai Guoqiang for the world to see, and it's incredibly impressive.

“Sky Ladder,” a pyrotechnic artwork by Cai Guoqiang, a Chinese contemporary artist currently living and working in New York City. Cai is best known for using gunpowder in his spectacular works. #VideofromChina

Posted by Trending in China on Monday, August 10, 2015

It's super impressive and kind of crazy to think about how he managed to even do all of that. The display goes so high into the sky, and I don't know exactly where or if it ever ends! Maybe it's a ladder to heaven...

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