With a bunch of steam machines and some LED lights, artist Daan Roosegaarde has completed a beautiful transformation of the Museum Square in Amsterdam.

The art project was inspired by the Rijksmuseum, which borders the square, acquiring a Jan Asselijn painting of the 1651 Amsterdam flood. Roosegaarde’s latest creation, which launched Monday, will run through Wednesday and can be seen from 10 p.m. to midnight.

Steam machines have been placed around the square, and blue LED lights project onto the steam. The light display is different each night as changing winds affect where the steam moves.

Check out more photos of the display below: