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Floating Cloud Lamp Silently Kicks Up A Storm On Your Desk With Lights

Designer Richard Clarkson is known for a lot artsy stuff, but nothing from his portfolio stood out more than his cloud sculptures. You see, Richard here is kind of like X-Men’s Storm. He can whip up quite a storm. Granted, he won’t do damages like Ororo Munroe does when she is really pissed. His is a different kind of storm, or should we say, his work of art has an element of a storm. Clarkson’s much talked about cloud has seen it being transformed into a ceiling light, a super cool Bluetooth speaker and now, it has come to your desktop as a desk lamp. Continue reading Floating Cloud Lamp Silently Kicks Up A Storm On Your Desk With Lights

Seletti Banana Lamp Gives Us Another Reason To Love Bananas

Everyone like banana for different reasons. Some love it because it is loaded with vitamins, some love it as a fruit and then there are some who love it because it brightens their day. Ok. Maybe regular, organic bananas can’t light up the dark (if it can, don’t ever eat it!), but the Seletti Banana Lamp designed by Belgium-based Studio Job certainly can. At a glance, it looks like a real banana, half-peeled and coated in luxurious gold, but it is really a desk lamp. Continue reading Seletti Banana Lamp Gives Us Another Reason To Love Bananas

Heng Balance Lamp Has Magnet-embedded Suspending Balls As Switch

At a glance, you may mistaken the Heng Balance Lamp to be a Dyson fan with a couple of balls suspended right smack in the center. Of course, this is not a fan, nor was it from Dyson. In fact, Heng is a light. It is a desk lamp that’s designed to break the monotony of today’s, how do you say? Traditional way of switching on and off a lamp. Wait, what? Really. That’s what Netherlands-based Arther Limpens from Allocacoc DesignNest is proposing and breaking the traditional Heng did. How? You see the two balls there? They are not just beautifully crafted wooden balls; in each of them is a magnet that enables the two to magically suspended in midair. Continue reading Heng Balance Lamp Has Magnet-embedded Suspending Balls As Switch

WySky: It Is A LED Lamp, A Speaker And An iPhone Dock Rolled Into One

The birth of crowdfunding platforms give raise to a world of innovations that you probably never thought you need. The WySky Apple-integrated Music Lamp is one such example. From the product name, it is easy to dismiss WySky as just another gimmicky dock, or a desk lamp, but rest assure that it is more than that. This futuristic-looking lamp is actually an adjustable LED light with over 16 million color, a full-range speaker, and an iPhone/iPad dock rolled into one. Continue reading WySky: It Is A LED Lamp, A Speaker And An iPhone Dock Rolled Into One

Star Trek Enterprise 3D Deco Lamp Puts Realistic ‘Hologram’ In Your Home

Sci-fi books and films have opened our eyes to many drool worthy future tech. Sadly, not every one of those fantasy tech becomes a reality. Hologram is one of them. The hologram here we are referring to is real projection of a 3D object in wireframe or similar, not the sticker kind of hologram you in toys, or those projected inside a glass block. Star Trek Automated Repair Station, for example, had one and now, even though consumer hologram isn’t available to you, you can have one in your room, on your bedside table too. And the object that will replicate the hologram projection look is this Disco Star Trek USS Enterprise 3D Deco Lamp. Continue reading Star Trek Enterprise 3D Deco Lamp Puts Realistic ‘Hologram’ In Your Home

This Innovative Desk Lamp Turns On And Off By Plunging Action

There’s nothing wrong with button or flip switch, but we won’t object to novel alternatives to turn on a desk lamp and the DiMO Lamp is one such example that intrigues us – a lot. However, the product name doesn’t quite make this desk lamp’s unique feature shines. Seriously, it should be called a light plunger because that’s basically what it is. Turning on and off the light requires a simple action of, well, plunging. Duh! Drawing the ‘plunger’ upwards switches on the lamp and pushing it downwards, or plunging, allows you to control the amount light emitted of the lamp, or if you so choose, turn off the light entirely by pushing it all the way down. Continue reading This Innovative Desk Lamp Turns On And Off By Plunging Action

Topographically Accurate The Moon Displays The Current Lunar Phase

Moon phase is in itself as fascinating, if not more fascinating, then the moon and if you are a keen observer of the moon, then wouldn’t it be cool if you can have the moon to yourself, like you know, right in your living? No. You don’t need the SR-6 shrink ray to shrink the moon like Vector did in Despicable Me in order to fit it in your home because there’s one you can acquire in exchange for your hard earned money. Simply called MOON, this 1/20 million replica is a collaborative effort by designer Oscar Lhermitte and London-based design studio Kudu and it is billed as the first topographically accurate moon with every features, including craters, elevation and ridges, there are to be found on the moon in 3D and it is also a desk lamp. Continue reading Topographically Accurate The Moon Displays The Current Lunar Phase

Flyte Levitating Light Will Add Some Wizardry To Your Home

You don’t need to be a wizard to levitate lighted bulbs to make your home feel, well, more wizardry. All you need is grab the Flyte by Simon Morris and levitating light is just a touch away. It kind of saves you the trouble of attending Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry – if levitating light bulb is all you wanted to learn. Created by Sweden-based New Yorker Simon Morries, Flyte Levitating Light was a successfully funded campaign on Kickstarter, which ended sometime in April 2015. It is now available for your taking through Flyte official website for a cool $349 a pop. Continue reading Flyte Levitating Light Will Add Some Wizardry To Your Home

Franken Edison Light Is What Happens When Edison Meets Dr. Frankenstein

obviously, there is no correlation between Frankenstein and lightings (lightning, perhaps), but that does not make Dale Rorabaugh’s Franken Edison Light any less attractive. in fact, it is the opposite. Franken Edison Light brings together Thomas Edison’s electric light bulbs and Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein and presented as a single, brilliant lighting art. well, as far as Edison’s invention goes, it is not exactly an eco- and wallet-friendly thing by today’s standard, but for some reason, modern LEDs, or even energy saving bulbs could never have the same, rustic effect of those filament bulbs. on each end of the balance scale-like structure is an eight-inch, mouth blown sphere that serves to encase the Edison light bulbs. Continue reading Franken Edison Light Is What Happens When Edison Meets Dr. Frankenstein

Lumio Lamp

bringing a flash light out in the night is nothing out of the ordinary but bringing a lamp? how many times do we actually need to do that? hardly, but that’s before you comprehend what the Lumio Lamp is capable of. the Lumio is a portable lamp that beckons you to discover new ways of using it. it can be an ambiance light, a night light, a pendant lamp, desk lamp, a corner lamp, or anything you can think of. at this point, we are obliged to think that the possibility is almost infinite. the inspiration behind Lumio is a book. yes. a book and that’s where thing starts to get interesting. Continue reading Lumio Lamp