Bubble Chandelier Made With Sixty Plastic Bottles Shines Bright

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Shaun Kasperbauer's "Bubble Chandelier" was inspired by the playfully buoyant shape of bubbles. Its body is constructed of two-liter soda bottles, and the shadows it casts mimic the cell-like shape of his soapy muse. The bottles are hand assembled using small bolts and post-consumer waste - each chandelier upcycles sixty plastic bottles. The resulting piece emphasizes the bubbly beauty of materials that are commonly thought to be mundane.

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4 Responses to “Bubble Chandelier Made With Sixty Plastic Bottles Shines Bright”

  1. Anonymous says:

    What a gorgeous design – cannot believe this was created from plastic bottles!

  2. Barb Mosman says:

    Shaun, what a creative and fun light fixture!

  3. AnAdoringFan says:

    Not only a creative work of art, but an extremely important lesson on how to be ‘green’. Great job, Shaun!

  4. mumstheword says:

    These are really beautiful and clever designs BUT l would worry about the heat and the plastic and the chemicals that would be released … am l wrong ?

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