Are you the hardcore military type? Are you out in the field so often doing special ops missions, that you feel more at home with military grade equipment than you do everyday objects? If so, you’ll want to check out the Andromeda Tactical Lamp.
Remember that oldies song “Bus Stop“ by The Hollies? It basically tells the story of two strangers who meet at the bus stop, share an umbrella, and end up getting together because of their bus stop meetings.
You can find all kinds of lamps these days – anything to suit just about any taste and style. Large lamps. Small lamps. But none of them hold a candle to a Pooping dog lamp. This is the only lamp that leaves a non-steaming pile behind it while you are reading by it’s light.
Avengers Assemble.. .a cool lamp. Scared of the dark? Then you need a hero to protect you and push back the curtain of night. Supervillians will flee into the shadows when the light of this Iron Man lamp shines on them.
35 Years after the release of the original Star Wars, Darth Vader is still one of the most feared (and revered) villains in the history of moviemaking. So it only makes sense that his imposing figure would continue to make its way into our lives through merchandising and various other accouterments.
You can either decorate your place with the usual boring furniture or you can go all geek and decorate with things like this amazing Space Invaders floor lamp. It functions as either a nightlight or a decorative light.
Ah, Japan. Just when I think your gadgets can’t get any weirder, you birth another oddity for our enjoyment. The latest strange creation to pop onto my radar screen is this – a lamp that looks like one of those intravenous drip bags.
This new lamp was created by the Belgian designer Alain Gilles for O’Sun, and it was specifically made to address the needs of families living in parts of the world that don’t have access to electricity.
You never know where or when you might need an outlet for your plugs until you need one. And it’s extremely annoying to have to bend down and search behind cabinets or tables just to find one to plug your phone charger in.
We’ve featured more than a hundred different versions of lamps on our blog, but I’m fairly certain this is the first one I’ve seen that uses a dead animal. Called Uggi Lights (Uggi is Icelandic for “fish fin”), each lamp is made from the skin of cod fish.
Check out this awesome Tetris desk lamp. It beats any other geek lamp out there. This officially licensed lamp is not only made up of Tetris blocks, but each tetromino lights up when stacked on top of one that is already lit.
We saw a nicely designed Super Mario Bros. question block lamp before, but it was operated via a plain old switch. This question block lamp 1-ups that with its touch sensitive button, so you can do just like Mario does and bump it to switch the light on and off.