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Bye Bye Bulb by Daniel Michel

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.

Bye Bye Bulb by Daniel Michel

Called Bye Bye Bulb, the lamp has an LED light source hidden inside what would normally be the bulb socket.

Bye Bye Bulb by Daniel Michel

The lamp is made from a mixture of aluminum and steel and uses a 10 watt LED.

Bye Bye Bulb by Daniel Michel

All photographs are by Merlin Baum.

Bye Bye Bulb by Daniel Michel

Here's some more from the designer:


Bye Bye Bulb

It is creative comment on the prohibition and the disappearance of the light bulb.

Bye Bye Bulb by Daniel Michel

I used materials steel and aluminium.

Bye Bye Bulb by Daniel Michel

The illuminant is a 10 watt high power led.

Bye Bye Bulb by Daniel Michel

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