Interior designer and architect by training Grégoire de Lafforest created this lamp that looks like a balloon and lights up when a bulb-like pump is squeezed. Check out THE SOURCE
This water activated LED light installation was created by Antonin Fourneau, and it looks like it would be fun to mess around with on a hot summer day! The LED are “illuminated by the contact of water. You can use a paintbrush, a water atomizer, your fingers or anything damp to sketch a brightness message […]
We aren’t done selling you stuff. As part deux of our blogshop edition, we present to you “The Blackmarketeer”, not the land’s most useless bike (the gears are gone, beyond repair), but Singapore’s most awesome light fixture that looks like a bike. I mean, a chopper. Customed by BigFatLucha’s Abandoned Customs. The bicycle is an […]
On-going exhibition: Xeme and Sinic have sent over some photos from their latest exhibition, “Portland Street” which takes places in Hong Kong’s famous red light district. Interesting? Of course. If you don’t read Chinese, you are mostly screwed, but the kitsch factor is enough for you to enjoy the visuals. Even outside the gallery. Know what […]
There no doubt that the iPhone can be an amazing photographic tool. What’s not so amazing? The built-in flash. The Paparazzo iPhone Light is designed to give your photos a boost by replacing it with a 300 lumen LED light that connects to your iPhone’s dock connector, adding a dedicated shutter button and handy grip in […]
Shot in black light using Mtn 94 fluorescent spray paint, San Francisco-based graffiti writer, Apex, displays a variety of glowing handstyles. Check out THE SOURCE.
ABSOLUT Vodka recently teamed up with NeochaEDGE and EDGE Creative Collective (ECC) street artists Hurricane andTin.g to paint up the town (Shanghai, that is) with the brand’s new, limited-edition “GLIMMER” bottle. We turned the GLIMMER bottles into illuminated “paint brushes,” and, with some long-exposure trickery from ECC photographer Yocky Zhang, we had ourselves some good ol’ light graffiti […]
Keyboard is the new line of plates that replaces the classic switches with the best-known and most widespread interface: the computer keyboard, which invites users to interact and regulate the lighting of their own homes. Talk about cool creativity; like staring at our keyboards ain’t enough! SOURCE