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POOP Lamps Aren’t Crappy at All

by Paul Strauss
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I’ve seen some unusual lamps in my time, but I have to say this is the first time I’ve ever seen a lamp that’s designed to look like a dollop of poo. Yep, in this world of crazy, crowdsourced ideas, we officially have they quirkiest product to turn up on Quirky yet.

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Designed by Diana Dumitrescu, the POOP lamp lets forth a lovely ambient glow from its soft and creamy pile. The USB-powered poo is made from a soft foam material which allows the warm glow from inside shine through. At this point, it looks like the POOP lamp will come in a somewhat unnatural orange color – unless you happen to eat a lot of carrots. Diana says it could be easily produced in other colors too. Just don’t make one in green, or with lumpy bits. Heck, if you made a white one, it would just look like whipped cream.

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Besides looking like Japanese anime dookie, it’s actually a pretty clever lamp design, with a USB rechargeable battery and cool-burning, eco-friendly LED light source inside. Plus, it’s packed in a lovely can simply marked as “POOPINACAN.” How could you go wrong?

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If you’re ready to put a steaming pile of poop on your desk, then head over to Quirky now and show your support for the project.

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