German product and jewellery designer Daniel Michel responds to the phasing out of incandescent light bulbs in Europe with this lamp comprising the skeleton of a shade and an invisible bulb.
Called Bye Bye Bulb, the lamp has an LED light source hidden inside what would normally be the bulb socket.
The lamp is made from a mixture of aluminum and steel and uses a 10 watt LED.
All photographs are by Merlin Baum.
Here's some more from the designer:
Bye Bye Bulb
It is creative comment on the prohibition and the disappearance of the light bulb.
I used materials steel and aluminium.
The illuminant is a 10 watt high power led.
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