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This Thigh Bone’s Connected to Your Lampshade

Posted By Frida Jeppsson On October 26, 2010 @ 6:46 pm In Decorative Objects,DIY,Green Lighting | No Comments

"x-ray lamp", "lamp shade", halloween, "black and white", reused, film [1]

Have you ever broken a bone, had an x-ray, and thought the photo was actually quite cool? Swedish [2] design students Sture Pallarp [3], Elin Hedlund [4] and Emmelie Karlström [5], took the x-ray aesthetic [6] to a whole new level and incorporated the film into a lighting fixture. Their X-ray Lamp [7] is a conceptual approach that leaves much to imagination. It’s also an easy project for anyone looking for a fun DIY [8] project for Halloween. Just make sure to break a funny [9] bone!

+ X-ray Lamp [7]


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[1] Image: http://inhabitat.com/2010/10/26/spooky-lampshade-made-from-recycled-x-ray-film/sture-pallarp-xraylamp-1/

[2] Swedish: http://inhabitat.com/2010/10/06/rvw-concious-design-for-head-and-heart-from-sweden/

[3] Sture Pallarp: http://www.sturepallarp.se

[4] Elin Hedlund: http://www.beckmans.se/elin-hedlund/

[5] Emmelie Karlström: http://www.beckmans.se/emmelie-karlstrom/

[6] x-ray aesthetic: http://www.inhabitat.com/2009/08/27/x-ray-umbrella/

[7] X-ray Lamp: http://sturepallarp.se/projects/x-ray-lamp/

[8] DIY: http://inhabitat.com/2010/08/30/colorful-retro-lights-made-from-recycled-cans/

[9] funny: http://www.inhabitat.com/2010/04/01/nasa-launches-giant-magnifying-glass-into-space-to-collect-solar-energy/

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