Art Aims to Protect Birds from Glass

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Audubon Magazine

Ninety-six pieces of transparent film lined windows at Temple this past spring, each donning an illustration designed to make the glass more visible to birds. In crafting their work, students at Temple’s Tyler School of Art followed strict guidelines on how to prevent bird strikes with windows. “From the sublime to the whimsical, it was all very inventive,” says Alice Drueding, Tyler’s graphic and interactive design head.