Developed by Jason Krugman and Scott Leinweber, the Splyt light works as a puzzle only limited by how far one’s imagination can stretch. Elaborate chandeliers or simple table-top lamps come together with a few twists from Y-shaped plastic connectors. Because the Splyt light can accommodate most bulbs, users get to decide the shade of light and brightness their creations emit.
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A Kickstarter campaign a long time in the making offers the first chance to own a Splyt light, which is available in three different kits: Starter Kit, Smarter Table Kit, and Expansion Kit. Each collection comes with bulbs and the appropriate connectors to create a truly unique piece. Krugman said, “Not only is it light-based, it’s also sculptural. It allows people to be creative and to make things that they enjoy for their own homes.” Finally, the not-so-creatively inclined have a piece of art about which they can say to admiring guests, “I made that.”
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