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 a real coconut by drilling thousands 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 light effects.
The lamps are called Nymphs because, according to the artist, they are not just used for lighting up the room, but also to bring a sense of coziness and romanticism to the space-it’s seductive illumination inspired by nature.
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