Diane Pham

Colorful Retro Lights Made from Recycled Cans

by , 08/30/10

Can Light, Willem Heeffer, FUSE, recycled materials, recycled can lamps, recycled cans, DIY, Campbell's Soup Lamps, Heinz Beanz Lamps, Green Lamps

Andy Warhol may have brought Campbell’s Soup to iconic pop art status, but there’s one designer bent on redefining this can with a more practical use. Designed by Willem Heeffer for FUSE, an interiors and vintage furniture company, the ‘Can Light’ is a cool new lighting solution that re-purposes old cans of Campbell’s Tomato soup and Heinz Beanz into funky new pendant lamps. By breathing new life into unwanted trash, Heeffer has created a popping retro piece that gives a colorful nod to both Mother Earth and Americana.

+ Willem Heeffer for FUSE

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4 Comments

  1. Willem Heeffer August 24, 2012 at 6:45 am

    For sale at http://www.willemheeffer.nl No longer for sale at Fuse.

  2. fanofbale77 December 29, 2011 at 10:25 am

    i would love to have written step by step instructions for the campbells soup lights. LOVE IT

  3. This Thigh Bone's Conne... October 26, 2010 at 4:09 pm

    [...] that leaves much to imagination. It’s also an easy project for anyone looking for a fun DIY project for Halloween. Just make sure to break a funny [...]

  4. santti06 September 8, 2010 at 4:59 pm

    I LIKE ALL THE SECTIONS THAT YOU HAVE ON THE MAGAZINE

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