Designer Simon Forgacs’ MONO Lamp is a colorful and modern lighting fixture that I think we can all agree looks pretty damn cool. The globe-shaped tabletop lamp was inspired by his childhood fascination with TV test patterns.
Fans of the Dark Side will definitely want to check out these awesome new floor lamps that will help light your Star Wars themed room in style. The lamps look like lightsabers just standing there. One is fashioned after Kylo Ren’s crossbar saber and the other is the classic Darth Vader saber.
Are you overly emotional? Do you feel the need to swing your lightsaber and wreck everything in your room? Well, the next time you feel the need to throw a tantrum, just grab this Kylo Ren Lightsaber Room Light off your wall and get to destroying stuff.
This amazing table lamp shows the power and majesty of a rocket taking off. You can’t buy it, but if you think it looks awesome, as I do, you can make one yourself.
If you want to try to DIY, you’ll need this model kit, a bunch of polypropylene pillow stuffing for the clouds, as well as the instructions outlined on Tinkerings.
BioLite has unveiled a cool new light source called the BaseLantern, designed specifically for hikers and campers who want a light source that can also provide power for other devices. The BaseLantern folds flat and is said to be no larger than a sandwich when folded.
Sure, you can always get yourself an average lava lamp and they’re pretty cool, but what you need is a Star Wars lava lamp that is full of ships. It looks like a spaceship battle is raging inside of a nebula.
Any child of the ’80s or retro gamer has probably played Mario Bros. at one time or another. If you have ever played that game you will remember the sound effects and the question mark box that got us so excited when we played.
What do you get when you merge R2-D2 with Pixar’s anthropomorphic lamp mascot, Luxo, Jr? You get the most bare-bones version of R2-D2 that anyone has ever seen. And it’s a lamp!
R2 is looking truly anorexic.
Etsy shop PaisleyGarbage is selling this beautiful desk lamp made of U-shaped poplar and acrylic pieces stacked side-by-side. They took to Reddit to share how they made the lamp.
PaisleyGarbage used a 35W laser cutter to prepare the wood and acrylic parts, including the base.
Etsy store LitUpInteriorDesign makes lamps out of used objects and toys. Some of their best designs involve Dragon Ball Z action figures, where the bulb is set up in such a way that they stand in for the characters’ energy attack.
You may have heard of Richard Clarkson and his beautiful but absurdly expensive Cloud lamps. If you’re willing to settle for a more modest design, you can save thousands of dollars by making your own cloud lamp using Eclectical Engineering’s guide.
Z-target in the dark with the help of this more or less 1:1 scale Navi lamp by Etsy seller Candace aka AFK for Cosplay. Navi’s wings are made of resin while the LED is battery operated and can light up in seven different colors.
Bitplay’s BANG! lamp adds a cool twist to remote control, but in my opinion its gimmick is not worth $400 (USD). If you have the tools, you might be better off copying Instructables member Austin aka austiwawa.
It seems like every time I am watching something cool on TV, my wife decides it’s time to do some sort of art project on the table right behind me. That means she wants the light on in the dining room, which throws a glare on the TV that annoys me through the entire show.