Call it a hobby or simply recycling, people surely come up with awesome ideas to revive those golden memories. Case in point is this conversion of the controller into an amazing NES Advantage Lamp, a perfect fit for a dedicated gamer’s desk or room.
Surprised? Not quite long ago we had come across a Crystal Lamp, a lamp shade that was created entirely from crystallized salt but today what we have is definitely a sweeter version because it is made of sugar crystals which comes with the name of the Stardust Lamp!
Lamps and light are prime part of our lives. That is why we keep on getting attracted and amused by the fresh forms brought before us.
Lamps are our age-old buddies, and in fact we have come across many in a variety of shapes and odd structures while some being re-purposed from scrap materials. What we have here is again different and is altogether a new approach in lamp shade design.
An example of energy efficient lamp couldn’t have been more complicated. With looks that mimics the structure of a human brain, the light source should evidently be “bright”!
It is called the Insight and is a product of Solovyov Design.
The lamps are definitely gorgeous but the application of wood in these lamps make them even more interesting. Yes, the lamps have been put together from thin slices of wood. The hardwood veneer used in these lamps are so flexible that they can be bent to allow formation of multiple shaped shades. In addition the veneer [as can be seen] also produces a glowing effect as light passes through them, revealing a rather unique property of wood.
We would definitely like to call it the ‘jellyfish’ lamp! The “lamp with the possibility of light intensity modulation” , can be made to change its shape as and when required. The controller suspended at the center is pulled to different lengths to manipulate the shape of the lamp and thus the light intensity. So with a single lamp you can have a number of lighting options, be it bright or dimmed or anything in between.