Last night The Whitney unveiled and lit up their life-size 3D installation of Edward Hopper's "Nighthawks "painting. As we noted yesterday, the famous work features a 1940s diner which never actually existed, but the museum claims it was inspired by the Flatiron building (the two have similar shapes), where their installation is housed.

Click through for a look at it, but go see it yourself anytime through October 6th (which also marks the end of their Hopper exhibition)—preferably at night. You won't even have to wait on line for anything!