You Can Obviously Afford To Keep The Lights On


Gino Sarfatti’s Model 548 Table Lamp, 1951

Basic Illumination


The Henk Lamp by Jos Blom

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Daft Illumination


Moto, a wall light designed by Jean-Baptiste Fastrez.

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Shadow Dancing


A shadow sculpture of Michael Jackson made by Diet Wiegman.

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The Piccolo LED Lamp

Will match your iMac perfectly

Creative Balancing

The Lightweight collection from Studio Tord Boontje was designed “with the idea to develop an alternative to shipping heavy lamp bases around the world.”  Consisting of bamboo and paper banners along with a basket to hold whatever you feel like, the lamps are a nice touch to your zen-like work or living space.

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Street Art Misunderstood

An ‘I Heart New York bag light’ like the one above, got Brooklyn Designer Takeshi Miyakawa shipped off to Rikers Island over the weekend, as NYC police charged him for allegedly ‘planting false bombs.’ 

The Invisible Chandelier

Designed by Castor, the chandelier is a unique cluster of burnt out light bulbs that are lit from within.

Available through Matter


Dunk by Karl Zahn

Sports-related lighting for the win.

Magritte-Inspired Bowler Hat Lamps


Designed by Jake Phipps

Available through the Tate

via, artlog


Teddy Bear Lamp

Made by Suck UK

This demon will light up your bedroom

The Demon Lamp! was created by Gorillaz animator James Coore, and based off of one of Jamie Hewlett‘s characters. It’s eco-friendly to boot!

Purchase it here



Very cool exploration of light, architecture, and sound by Barno

irregular light

Ragna Berlin’s one-of-a-kind lighting. No molds were used in this production… and for a small price of $829.00, it’s worth it. Available at GSelect

set up your desk


A beautiful desk lamp by London designer Benjamin Hubert for Decode London. These are nice, heavy concrete and amazing. For more photos go here.

Via Dezeen.

rolf sachs’s hair and snakes inspired work


“Rita wig lamp” left,  and “constrictor” right, are just two of Rolf Sachs works. Check out his site to see and learn more about the artist.


lighting is key

DesignCode recently launched their web store. Pick yourself up a “Flamp Noir” or a multitude of other well designed products. Thanks Maria for the tip