Add a little dazzle to your life by illuminating your home with this customizable chandelier. The creative design by Polish firm Gang Design, called Maria, consists of a light bulb surrounded by rows of test tubes. The single or double row of tubes can be left empty to sparkle like icicles overhead or they can be filled with various items including flowers, colored water, or sand…Continue
Added by Katie Hosmer on February 6, 2012 at 11:00am — No Comments
Fascinating isn't it? But wait, look closer, and you find yourself staring at tampons! Reminds me of my previous posts about Gummi Bears. At least you know this one's inedible! I wonder how many tampons were used in the making of this chandelier! :P
I want this in my room!! Sorry to burst your bubble cause though they look sweet and tempting, they're not edible! Handstrung by Kevin Champeny, with approximately 5,000 acrylic gummi bears with a 31" diameter, it's a process that takes about 2 months to complete, and only 10 will be made, with each one slightly different.
They also sell gummi lights, which are… Continue
Chandelier by Demelza Hill, made from upcycled crystal polystyrene shot glasses.
Ash Pendant No.1 by Tom Raffield.
Left: Cascade Lancashire by Michelle Brand, made from plastic… Continue