Lithuanian artist Vainius Kubilius creates lamps out of coconuts that not only look like a piece of jewelry, but also shine amazing light art on the surrounding walls. Called Nymph’s Lamps, each one is handcrafted out of coconut by drilling thousand of precise holes into the shell. The body is then covered in suede and attached to a flexible steel base so you can bend the lamp to create a variety of different of light effects. The lamps are called Nymphs because, according to artist,  they are not just used for lighting up the room, but also to bring a sense of coziness and a romantic mood to the space. It’s seductive illumination inspired by nature.

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