Monday, 6 July 2015

The ‘S’ Lamp

Alphabet lamp filled with nuts of all sizes.


By now we all know that we have a soft corner towards making lamps; especially lamps that are personalized to represent oneself.

To create this lamp we cut out a chunky piece of wood into an angular 'S' design. Then we coated the cut-out with a viscous paint of black. To top it up and give the lamp a quirky look we pasted hardware nuts of all sizes randomly onto the 'S' canvas.

In our project we create an alphabet lamp for a client who had seen this concept lamp of ours at our exhibition. She wanted to customize the lamp with an 'S' design that depicts her names' initial.

To create this lamp we cut out a chunky piece of wood into an angular 'S' design. Then we coated the cut-out with a viscous paint of black. To top it up and give the lamp a quirky look we pasted hardware nuts of all sizes randomly onto the 'S' canvas.

To create this lamp we cut out a chunky piece of wood into an angular 'S' design. Then we coated the cut-out with a viscous paint of black. To top it up and give the lamp a quirky look we pasted hardware nuts of all sizes randomly onto the 'S' canvas.

Fo
r the lighting bit, a string of daylight LED was pasted over the alphabets' periphery.  With some final soldering, wiring and plugging, the lamp was ready to stand and shine.


Strong & smart…what do you think of our nut-filled lamp art?

To create this lamp we cut out a chunky piece of wood into an angular 'S' design. Then we coated the cut-out with a viscous paint of black. To top it up and give the lamp a quirky look we pasted hardware nuts of all sizes randomly onto the 'S' canvas.