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A Film Lampshade that Turns Old Negatives into Positives

Posted By Diane Pham On June 3, 2010 @ 12:30 pm In Announcements,Contests,Green Design Competitions | No Comments

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Life is light, so what better way to express that notion than with a lampshade made from old film [2] stills of your most beloved moments. One of our fabulous Spring Greening finalists [2] where we challenged readers to transform their useless trash into treasure, designer Nidhi Gupta [3]transforms those forgotten rolls of film into a stunning lamp full of memories. Strung together and assembled in a circular fashion, this graphic patterned light fixture projects movement as dynamic as the images captured within each exposure. If you’re as charmed by this entry as we are, vote for it now [2]!


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[1] Image: http://inhabitat.com/2010/06/03/a-film-lampshade-that-turns-old-negatives-into-positives/filmrolllamp-ed01/

[2] lampshade made from old film: http://inhabitat.com/springgreening/2010/05/24/undiscovered-waste-2/

[3] Nidhi Gupta : http://www.nidhigupta.info/

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