Moo by Northern Lighting



Norwegian brand Northern Lighting have introduce Moo, a wall light in the shape of a full-size moose head.


Moo is made of translucent poly-resin and can be used indoors and out.


Some info from Northern Lighting:


Moo is a full scale wall-mounted Norwegian light moose head. Moo may be used both for indoor and outdoor decoration purposes. The figuratively shaped lamp body is made of poly-resin material, which givesa smooth and transparent flow of light. The bulbs placed inside the horns add an extra element of soft, sparkling and translucent light effect to the lamp.

Posted on Tuesday June 24th 2008 at 3:47 pm by . Copyright policy | Comments policy

  • Honkie

    tired, tired, tired and boring.

  • Ryan

    Wow! Such innovation. Noone has ever reappropriated a hunting trophy before. Give that studio a Yellow Pencil!

  • Fling

    As a durable and affordable alternative medium for creating cherished pieces for the home, polyresin is a great option.

  • jed

    they’re pretty late to this particular party.

  • Frankie

    This post is just asking for a serious ass kicking

  • BIFF


  • banalor

    Now if only the moose could shoot laser beams from its nose then it would be complete.

  • Marcelo


  • Zenza

    Frankie, LOL!

    Btw… long live the flannel shirts!

  • omar



    Actually I think they just made it for fun because all the other things they make is really good!?

    anyway it makes people laugh..and maybe thats the reason

  • georg

    Lol, lol!

    I have a cottage in Åre, where can I buy this stuff?

  • Oliwia

    Now, what is about all these animals being used as an inspiration for interior design???? Horses holding lamps, moose heads as lamps…??? Is it a male kind of a joke that I don’t understand….?

  • Oliver

    Well, a lot of comments here – but I like it actually ;)

  • JUST COOL Design Blog

    this is fun (but i wouldnt hang it on my wall,hehehehe)

  • Craig

    2006 FAIL.

  • Gabs

    OMG this could be sold on TV!

  • Stan

    This thing is past its used-by date.

  • D3 Intl

    I agree that the whole urban-lodge thing has passed but there’s still many of us with actual rustic lodges and cottages that are very grateful of that trend which allowed us to re-invent our retreat into something a little more contemporary without being pretentious, minimalist or “monocle”d as what seems to be the norm these days.

    Life is more than a perdy snapshot in a magazine.

  • DK

    I think the lamp is really cool, a reinterpretation of something you have so much seen… in a different light, and actually giving you light! you can also use it to hang your clothes at the entrance of your house…