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Liquid LED Lights Made From Recycled Plumbing Hardware

by , 10/11/10

tanya clarke, liquid light, recycled materials, green design, recycled pipe, led, green lighting

These beautiful light fixtures by Tanya Clarke are made from recycled pieces of plumbing hardware that have been retrofitted to spout a “drip” of glass illuminated by LED bulbs. Called Liquid Lights, the series of conversation starters are custom-built and “create a visual reminder of the precious commodity that water is and our need to protect this natural resource.” The glass drops are hand sculpted and an assortment of cool found objects are used to add even more visual interest to the fixtures.

+ Liquid Light

Via BlueAntStudio

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  1. gwain October 11, 2010 at 4:15 pm

    I love the reuse of spigots, but it is tempting to treat them icicles. Very cool as an art installation.

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