Big green spot from the Berlin Wall.
44 x 96 cm
weight: 12 kilo
Several pieces in stock
Korean Designer Wonsuk Cho has designed a series of lights based on the light box commonly used to examine X-Ray film.
These whimsical lights are created by taking X-rays of single incandescent and compact fluorescent bulbs. The images are subsequently mounted onto small black boxes which hang from the ceiling and once illuminated reveal their skeletal structure.
The X-Ray lights look particularly striking when placed in a group. Each light ships with 2 x-ray bulb designs.
Materials: Steel Frame, X-Ray film, Transformer.
Dimensions: 5″W x 8.25″H x .8″D
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