Lamp

The Blender Lamp makes use of broken blenders

The Blender Lamp makes use of broken blenders

If you have an old blender that is no longer working and you enjoy quirky lighting, this DIY project might be something to try out. This would be especially cool if you managed to snag a slightly more retro blender off of eBay or if you knew someone with one just lying around.

The Retro Rocket Lamp uses old jet engine parts

The Retro Rocket Lamp uses old jet engine parts

Many of us, no matter how old we get, will still love rockets and everything Sci-Fi. Especially the more shiny type things. This very retro rocket lamp actually uses an old jet engine igniter can to give it that vintage look.

The hangman table lamp

The hangman table lamp

I have over time gotten a bit bored of my bedside lamp. Yes, it shines on my nightly read, but it's just so normal. It doesn't move, do tricks or even have a geeky flare. However, I think my search is over, this hang man is perfect for my bedroom.

Yes, it might creep out anyone who spots it, especially in the bedroom, but it's just too morbidly fascinating to pass up. The table lamp called Colgao was handmade by en Pieza! studio.

The materials used were electric wire and iron which was treated to prevent corrosion. It was created sometime in 2007 but the site does not state how to get a hold of the product or when it might be released.

[via cribcandy]

The UFO Lamp for space geeks

The UFO Lamp for space geeks

For all those that can't quite let go of their love of aliens and UFO's, this little light might be a cool accessory to add to your bedroom in the basement of your mother's house. Alright, in all fairness it is pretty cool lamp, even if it does appear a bit childish to your significant other.

LEDioc LED Lamp Projects Light with Optical Control

LEDioc LED Lamp Projects Light with Optical Control

Couple of LED Street lamps were announced at Japan using optical angulation to project light in varies angle and range. The new LEDioc lamps were created by Iwasaki Electronic in Tokyo, Japan designed to last longer and consume less power using LED.

Cord Lamp – The Non-Cordless Lamp

Cord Lamp – The Non-Cordless Lamp

In my experience dealing with cords is nothing short of a monumental hassle. One cord is too long, another too short, you trip over them and knock them loose… the list goes on. The bottom line is that cords = Hassle.

Apparently though, it’s not true with everyone because Swedish design group ‘Form Us With Love” has created a Cord Lamp. It embraces the cord and puts it on display (Why do I feel like I should be doing performance art as I say that?). Anyway, let’s get down to it. The lamp has a completely flexible “cord” that allows you to shape the way it stands. Its “cord” base, however, is sturdy so it wont topple over. It seems this is one (probably the only one) appliance it’s ok for the cord to show.

It come with an uncovered 60w bulb that really brings the whole piece together. You could purchase one from the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art for $150.

Standing Cord Lamp [via OhGizmo!]

USB Toys – Homer Simpson Lamp and Hub

USB Toys – Homer Simpson Lamp and Hub

I don’t know anyone who can claim to be just “a Simpsons fan”, when it comes that family you’re either a fanatic or clueless. These two Simpsons themed USB toys are just the things to perk up your desk with the Springfield charm.

The Happy Hour Lamps

The Happy Hour Lamps

Brightly colored lamps that don't completely look like the should be in an 8 year olds room can be hard to come by sometimes. This Happy Hour Lamp is great for any age, that is of course if you can handle the pretty yellows, oranges, blues and greens.

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