TUNA-CAN SPOT-LAMP £75.
This lamp has mainly been constructed using found and recycled objects. The main body of the lamp was shaped from a lump of construction timber, which was once part of the frame of large a bill-board sign, once this was sanded down it revealed some interesting grain paturns. The shade is created from an industrial sized tuna can, usually found in school canteens, The stem is made from an old broom stick, and cable gland is part of rolling pin. All together this lamp give a satisfying balance/contrast between the the industrial hard edges of the can and the soft angular almost organic shape of the lamp body. This lamp is a complete one off.