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Octopus Chandeliers: 20,000 Leagues Under the Ceiling

by Paul Strauss
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I have a tendency to be pretty modern in terms of my design choices around the house, so traditional chandeliers aren’t really my cup of tea. However, I might make an exception if I could have a chandelier that looked like an octopus.

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These incredibly complicated chandeliers by artist Adam Wallacavage replace their candle-holding arms with lots of twisty tentacles. Each of these cephalopod chandeliers is made from various bits and bobs including lamp parts, epoxy clay and spray paint, among other things.

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While his designs may be based on some of the more unusual and creepy looking creatures on the planet, Adam manages to infuse a bit of whimsy and elegance into his designs, primarily through his choices of colors and finishing touches.

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You can check out more of Adam’s slithery octopus chandeliers on his Instagram feed.

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Ironically, Adam is allergic to shellfish, as well as octopus.

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[via Laughing Squid]



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