Scribble Pendant Lamp Created from Twisted Ticonderoga Pencils

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Scribble Pendant Lamp Created from Twisted Ticonderoga Pencils by Jennifer Huang, Halla Hoffer, and Helen Yang



The Scribble Pendant Lamp, created by Jennifer Huang, is designed to provide a decorative feature to the ambient lighting system of a space. Inspired by the classroom setting of Edgewood Elementary School, the soft mood light is diffused by 1/8” thick acrylic panels that are suspended in a volume composed of 256 No. 2 twisted pencil frames. Each Ticonderoga Envirostik pencil is 100 percent recyclable and is made from recycled content. The reflective metal tips of each pencil provide a hint of sparkle while the sanded acrylic surface minimizes glare, complementing the warm white glow of the Philips ambient led dimmable (A19) bulb.

331 votes

8 Responses to “Scribble Pendant Lamp Created from Twisted Ticonderoga Pencils”

  1. Kestrel Jenkins says:

    This is one to be written down and remembered!

  2. Dan Mendes says:

    I like the idea of using an already green product, recycled pencils, as a new material for something larger and much more grand.

  3. mendozak says:

    Sweet idea!!

  4. stinst says:

    Great jon you should be proud good luck in the finals

  5. Charlene Tang says:

    Beautiful design, simple and elegant, state of the Art. I love it.

  6. Shelley Law says:

    The design is simple and eye catching
    It’s an art but useful too!
    The lines are wavy and stylish
    It looks fancy but it’s green!
    I love it!

  7. bonny says:

    awesome idea!

  8. LorinF says:

    This green product design is outstanding, not only it’s a beautiful art but also it can be used any room in the house, even in restaurants or hotels. It can apply for a patent. What a brilliant idea and superior design.

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