Sunday, August 8, 2010

Liquid Lights


One of the things I love about steampunk is that it blends opulence -- antiques, velvet, dark saturated colors -- with industrial roughness. These lights by Tanya Clarke are a good example -- she combines recycled plumbing pieces with hand sculpted glass drops and lights the whole thing with LEDs.




Whimsical and fun!

Find more at Liquid Light.

10 comments:

Juju at Tales of Whimsy.com said...

Oh my gosh!
These are fantastic!
I totally love them!

Art Donovan said...

Ha!
Really great!
Dramatic and with a sense of humor.
Thanks for the post :)

collage whirl said...

These are wonderful! I posted them on my blog today. Thanks for sharing!

Crescent Moon said...

I found the website beautiful, but confusing. Can normal people buy these?

Heather said...

Wow! These are wonderful.

Doctor Grymm said...

These are a great find. However oddly enough I found This site shortly thereafter... Immitation/flattery and all that rubbish!

http://fluidglassmovements.com

peppelorum said...

This looks like condoms filled with water, nothing more actually.

DeepFried said...

Wow coming to comment and see my buddy Art!!

I have never seen lights like this in my life. Maybe I live in a cave. These are extraordinary!!

Rafael Morgan said...

Just another copy of my Light Drop design, from 2007.

http://www.rafaelmorgan.com/p/lighting_19.html

Good luck with your "creativity."

Rafael Morgan.

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