The kits include simple electric circuit components to be assembled onto paper backing. A pen with conductive ink joins up the components in place of wires.
Each Greeting Card Kit comes with templates, LEDs, coin cell batteries to power the lights and a paint pen, and the Light House Kit comes with aforementioned items plus cut and fold templates and a slightly more complicated set of components for the circuit.
Instructions on how to put them together can be found on the Bare Conductive website.
The kits cost £12 each and Dezeen readers can get 10% off any Dezeen Super Store purchase (excluding sale stock and Jambox) and enter our competition to win a designer watch worth £150 by downloading this flyer and presenting it at the shop.
We will be showcasing a range of products by some of the best designers and brands London has to offer all this month – more details here.
Dezeen Super Store
38 Monmouth Street, London WC2
1 July – 30 September 2012
- The Sugar Lab by Kyle and Liz von Hassel…n
- Ground Barware by Michael Antrobus
- Glowing indoor forest made from paper by… Orproject
- The Bare Hair Project by Ola Giertz
- Mutagenesis by Arne Quinze
- World Carpets by Marcel Wanders
- Labvert's glass fragrance tester for Dio…r prevents mixing of scents
- Plantation pots combine hand-thrown porc…elain with discarded glasses
- Ron Arad: No Discipline at MOMA
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