Posts Tagged ‘art

Wet Lamp

7, Aug 2006


The WET Lamp is an elegant and playful series of glass lamps with an alluring water-submerged light bulb at its center. Putting an exposed light bulb in water certainly raises some eyebrows, but it also creates an intriguingly simple dimmer switch. When a thin silver rod is slid into the water, the WET Lamp turns on and becomes progressively brighter as the rod is submerged.


Despite its precarious concept that might seem even weird for some of you, the Wet lamp is a completely safe and isolated system of low voltage power. So you shouldn’t be worried of electrocuting yourself while turning on or off the wet lamp 😉

The price of the Wet Lamp is $199 for the smallest model.

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This necklace is made from recycled printed circuitboard, and it sure looks cooool! With the Round Circuitboard Necklace you will show your inner geek off to the world with a style, don’t you think so? Also a great gift for any dork, nerd or computer geek on your friends list, they’re eco-friendly too!

Each round pendant is 4cm in diameter and is made from 100% recycled motherboard from old computers and the adjustable length necklace is made from vege-friendly waxed cotton. So not only you’ll look cool with such necklace, but you’ll also help save the planet (in a way)… 😉

The price of the Round Circuitboard Necklace is $9.95

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