40 of The Most Creative Lamp Designs Ever

40 of The Most Creative Lamp Designs Ever

We all know that one of the easiest ways you have to light a dark corner in any room or add some atmospheric lighting to your living-room area, is to place your choice of lamp. With numerous designs, shapes, colors, dimensions or lighting abilities, lamps constitute one of the most convenient methods one has to alter the lighting tone of a room. In fact, the lighting selected and used can complete the statement of a house or improve a room’s decoration and give the feeling one is looking for. In today article you can see 40 of the most creative lamp designs that you can find on the internet these days. So let’s begin ….

1. Designed by Jethro Macey the Coin Lamp requires you to insert a coin before it lights up. It will only light up whenever you insert coins inside, and the lamp itself has been specially set to a pre-determined time by an internal mechanism. Coin Lamp is the first product in a range based on the concept of values and reward, it subtly heightens awareness of consumption through design. According to Macey’s website, Coin Lamp will be available to the public soon. To express your interest, sign up to Macey’s newsletter.

2. The Mushroom Lamp is a glowing feat of technology. But it’s not the power efficient LEDs that will stretch the life of the 4AA battery power supply that has us impressed. It’s the lawsuit-avoiding tech of unlicensed merchandise. Clearly reminiscent of the mushrooms floating around in Nintendo’s famous Mario Bros. This lamp is available at $12 from here. – Via

3. Remembered the sad history of Titanic ? Many people saw this movie more than once.This lamp was created by Charles Trevelyan and was inspired by this movie ( Titanic ). Leaning as if sinking below the surface of the table, Titanic is designed to throw a wash of light across a room. The Titanic lamp is available for sale from Viable London.

4. Designed by Billy May, Torn Lighting concept is an interesting way of adding some light to your home. Torn Lighting is perfectly disguised on your wall while hiding it’s LED secrets from view. The installations conceal LED lights, and look like you’ve got some kind of weird space-time holes torn into your walls and leaking light into your room. Painted with the same color as your walls, Torn Lighting comes in multiple designs and shapes that can be used at both wall corners and flat surfaces. In conclusion if you want an original way to add light to your walls then Torn Lighting might give you a FRESH idea.

5. Alien Abduction Lamp is something new, unique and original for the lamp industry, a really good alternative to the old boring lamps. Some of you might already want to purchase this lamp, but ( bad news ) this lamp is still in the concept stage. I know that this lamp is awesome, but we’ll have to wait untill Lasse Klein ( Alien Abduction Lamp designer ) will produce this lamp. Here’s how it works. There’s a light bulb inside the supremely awesome metal UFO on top, which illuminates the windows and the mysterious aliens inside. Because of the way the lamp is built, the light also illuminates the glass beam, creating that delightful X-Files effect.

6. The undulating twists and turns of Kundalini’s Abyss table lamp may look a bit like your intestinal tract, but there’s something about the bendy organic form that I find mesmerizing. The Abyss can be adjusted into a variety of shapes, thanks to its flexible segmented construction. Hiding beneath its opalescent polycarbonate skin are a number of bright white LEDs which provide clean, green illumination. You can find the Abyss Lamp from Y Lighting for about $500. – Via

7. This amazing lamp was achieved by cutting up an old fashioned table lamp and inserting more than 40 perspex plates in between the slices. The designers from Studio Mango (The Netherlands) wanted to make ordinary perspex more posh. Well, they not only succeeded but they also managed to update what was an old lamp and made it more modern looking.

8. This morbid lamp was created by design studio Enpieza located in Spain. The Colgao (“hung” in Spanish) is hanging from the top horizontal rod of the lamp. The lamp looks very simple except for the tasteless, hanging anthropomorphic figure. Either the designers were fresh out of ideas or they are into black humor.

9. If you are looking for a really cool lamp for your desk, then the Chain Lamp designed by Iliara Marelli for Nemo Italianaluce might be what you’re looking for. Made from case aluminum and lit by 4 bright white (1-watt) LEDs, its articulating body folds flat to form an accent light when you’re not using it for task illumination. When completely closed, it measures just 2.75″ tall (and looks like a high tech stapler). Open it up, and it can reach up to almost 22″ in height. This beautiful design doesn’t come cheap, the price is $595 USD, but if you want something cool and elegant you have to pay the price.

10. Hurdle Lighting was designed by Koreans Lee Suk Woo and Byeon Dong Jin, and received a Special Mention in the 2007 Lightouch Design Competition in Singapore. The light structure is designed to stand either horizontally (like its namesake) or vertically, more like a desk lamp. A sensor detects how it’s been positioned and operates the light accordingly. I would like to have a desk lamp like this to read focused and undisturbed in the middle of the night, away from the heat durring the day.

11. Stacked Rock Lamp is a lamp that will get a lot of attention, and we all know that a lamp don’t get to much attention. When someone is looking at the first time at the lamp will automatically wonder how the rocks can stay in that position. The rocks are fixed together in a pillar so that the light from the lamp cascades right down over them like a waterfall. – Price : $119.00

12. Troja arc lamp recieved the design-report special mention award 2007, according to his designer Hansandfranz . Hansandfranz was founded in 2006 and is situated in Munich, Germany. there, designers konstantin landuris and horst wittmann, born 1979 and 1980 in Munich, work on solutions for objects and spaces. The Troja Arc Lamp is a really big lamp, than can provide a high quality light for a very large space. The design is simple and modern, but if you want this lamp you’ll need some space, because she is quite big as you can see.

13. If you always wanted something really cool and unique then the Ociu Light from Zava that has a diameter of 6 feet ( 185 cm ) certainly makes a statement. The suspension is fully realized in opal methacrylate, 8 mm thickness, diameter of 185 cm and a width of 90 cm. OCIU is available in various colors: black and white entirely with internal processing leaf gold or silver.The word “ociu” means “pay attention,” as if you could ignore something this big. Finally you have to agree that the Ociu Light from Zava stunning but nevertheless linear and very elegant.

14. Turning on Mr. P (aka: the One Man Shy Lamp) may cause a few giggles and perhaps a blush or two. Yes, that is his on/off switch. His head will illuminate under the repositionable shade, once you turn him on. It doesn’t take much to brighten up Mr. P’s day. In fact, you only need to push on one little thing to make him glow warmly! This humorous accent light is sure to be a conversation piece. Of course, sometimes the conversation gets a little embarrassing for him, so he pulls on his little lampshade. The 13-inch tall lamp uses 15-watt bulbs and is available for the discounted price of $99 from here.

15. Once in a while you will come across a gadget that is so wacky, not sharing it with the rest would be tantamount to sinning. The Desktop Grenade Lamp that is a lovely combination of two ideas – pulling the grenade’s pin will turn the lamp on instead of resulting in a deadly explosion. The $139 price tag is rather steep IMHO, but then again good ideas are hard to come by, and when they do, they are rarely cheap.

16. The Nymph is a rather unusual luxury lamp in the shape of an insect in its nymph life stage (right after it hatches from the egg). If having a multi-legged insect as a lamp is somehow appealing to you, maybe the $2,600 price tag will encourage you to give it a second thought. The Nymph was designed by Brooklyn-based interior and furniture design company, Site Specific Design. According to the designers, “Body made of a two-part fiberglass mold- white lacquer finish. Light covers made of Corian. Legs 5/8” hollow steel tubes each curve is unique to its location- white powder coat finish.

17. Fiat Lux Lamp is the latest product from Cate Hogdahl & Nelson Ruiz-Acal and is under production and will soon be launched ! Fiat Lux means “let there be light”, but from these pictures the lamp is not a marvelous source of light. The Fiat Lux Lamp has an integrated slot which definitely comes in handy to hold magazines and books, for those who like to read something right before going to bed. 

18. Brainchild of Brazilian designer Rafael Morgan “The Light Drop” takes decorative lighting options to a new level of creativity. This watery light features a tap oozing out of a big drop of lighted water. Another trait that adds into the mystery of this unique light is the way it controls the illumination. It is the tap that doubles up as the dimmer in this case. Just turn it around and you can control the effects. Must say this will indeed be a unique addition in your home decor.

19. Gilda is a lighting collection designed by Arturo Alvarez, which uses a novel material for the realization of the lamps: Italian glass tiles. It’s collection has been designed in two finishes: squares of white or black glass, which allows its use in existing environments, or those who are betting on more daring mixtures. Another is the deluxe version, which incorporates applications square gold 24 carats. The collection is stylish and for those who want to have everything in their home from the same collection this might be a good choice.

20. It seems even with the modern LED light technology, designers just cannot let go of old designs. Good Night Eileen by Christine Birkhoven is based on the archaic hand-lamp, which was used for illumination moving from one room to another at home in the dark. The lamp uses LED technology which allows low electricity consumption. Electricity is transferred between the lamp and its base via magnetic induction with no visible connection. According to the designer, “the ceramic material plays an important role by transporting the user back to a time of candle-holders and hand-lamps by means of its appearance and feel and primarily by the way it is held.”

21. There’s something just so right about the design of this minimal lighting fixture from Japan. While it sits there on your tabletop, it casts a dramatic shadow of numeric shapes across the surface of your desk and walls. The Memento lamp was designed by Hiroshi Yoneya and Yumi Masuko for design collective Tonerico. At this point, it looks like it’s is only available in Japan.

22. LULL is a lamp that opens and closes like a flower. In the evening the lamp gives a warm glow, to give a feeling of safety while it slowly turns itself off. In the morning the lamp opens, gradually increasing the light intensity to give the user a more comfortable awakening. LULL is an award-winning product made for GiForm 2007, an industrial design competition in Norway.“

23. Studio Italia Design’s dramatic Blow Table Lamp is really a sight to behold. The lighting fixture’s centerpiece is a small adjustable 12V lighting head encased inside a blown glass bubble. The light’s direction can be adjusted using a magnet that sits on the outside of its clear glass globe.

24. The guys at Transparent House have a great idea for what to do with all of those translucent old cassette tapes clacking together under the bucket seats of your Impala: glue them together and fashion them into a lamp. The color of each cassette’s plastic shell and the half-rewound spooling of the magnetic tape itself will determine the kaleidoscopic pattern cast upon the walls. Transparent House isn’t providing directions or even saying if they are selling these, but the idea’s simple enough I imagine anyone could make this work with a little bit of elbow grease.

25. Here’s the coolest lighting I’ve seen in quite a while. It’s called FlapFlap and comes from hopf & wortmann in Germany. Pretty cool, or what do you think? On their site you can read that it’s a limited edition product from 2001, so you probably have to go to eBay or something if you want one.

26. The textured amber glass torso of this happy pup glows while an inquisitive muzzle points up as if to ask what the next adventure will be. Antiqued brass finish on extremely detailed metal, including an adorable buckle collar and dangling name tag. It may be ugly, but you can’t deny that a wiener dog with an illuminated torso is pretty damn funny. You can have it from here for $50.

27. These unique lighting fixtures out of Germany reuse old dead light bulbs to create dramatic sculptural lamps. Bulbs Unlimited sells kits that let you create fixtures like the ones pictured here from your own recycled bulbs. The kits include everything you need to make these cool designer fixtures except for the bulbs themselves. A special bulb marking template, adhesive and “snaps” let you arrange your bulbs into a variety of cool shapes and sizes, including desk lamps and hanging fixtures.

28. The NOD Light is a bedside table light or wall mounted light, that can be used to store a few small personal items, and of course keep you a little more organized. As you can see from the picture attached, the manufacturer suggest, that this bedside table light can be used to organize and store a book that you read before going to sleep, your glasses and his dentures in a sleek bedside unit. Of course that you can use it for your personal stuff, I’d suggest …a magazine, your watch, and finally your cellphone. This bedside table light can be yours for $220.00 from here.

29. You can not get a more flexible or efficient space-saving lamp design than Tall&Tiny by Alice Rosignoli. Tall&Tiny are two sticker-lamps in Vinyl foil, that answer your desire and need for home furniture while considering the problem of ever-decreasing living space. I really love these 2D designs. You can stick your lamp anywhere you want.  You are no longer restricted by the traditional delimma of sticking it on a table or the floor.

30. I think that the Corner Lamp is a brilliant idea. The Corner Lamp is a lamp that can be very useful in a small place, and also pretty stylish. With this lamp you’ll don’t waste any space in your room. I’m sure that a lot of people will find this lamp very practical. This lamp can be purchased for $195.00 from here

31. Created by the Japanese Kyouei Design Studio, the lamp “Honeycomb” is entirely made of paper “denguri“, a product of the Shikoku region from Japan, which is unique in effect and create a lantern that is only 2 cm thick when is packaged for delivery. The delicate design opens like a book into a honeycomb pattern that’s held together with small clips in the back. Once unfolded, it presents a soft-yet-stable paper lamp that has its own aura of architecture. It comes without any wiring or bulbs, so all you’ll need to do is add a bulb and a cord and you’re set. It’s gorgeous, unique and special enough to change our moods entirely. The design is pretty ingenious and the good news is that you can take it with you while you travel because is just 2 cm thick when packaged. The price for the Honeycomb Lamp is $56.00 and you can get it from here.

32. If you’ve been spending too much time hunting for that book you were reading, then you might like the clear reading lamp by Bureaudebank of The Netherlands. There is also a frosted version. It is a combination reading lamp and book or magazine stand made from perspex and stainless steel. The lamp is divided into two halves with a space for the books. Now you will spend less time hunting and more time reading for your book will be literally on the lamp by your favorite coccooning spot.

33. This lamp design is by Nicolo Taliani of Italy. His lamp solves the perennial problem of long, dangling lamp electrical cords. If you are not fond of bundling up the cord with some unsightly tie, then it makes so much sense to incorporate that cord as part of the design of the lamp. His Lamp No. 1 design comes in four different colors – red, white, black and orange. The cord colors match the lamp shade for an added color punch. These are “clearly” two examples where the designs have form and double function!

34. Isn’t this neat We think so and love this extremely unique concept. You’ll really surprise everyone with this beautifully innocent book. The book of lights pop up protagonist emits a tabletop warming glow. A wonderfully crafted and cleverly folded lamp springs to life from the hardy white pages of the bound book, powered by a simple low voltage adapter. Finally a coffee table book that you’ll actually open. Designed by Takeshi Ishiguro

35. Now you can wander around the house in the middle of the night with confidence, assisted by Two Lamps. This creation by design firm LifeGoods serves as a bedside lamp in its stationary mode, and then you can pluck off the rechargeable flashlight for your late-night jaunts. For those of us who can’t see in the dark and have a tendency to stumble around in the gloom, we (along with our stubbed toes) would be grateful to see this nicely-designed luminaire actually finding its way to the marketplace.

36. While some lights are designed to help you read a book, this Butterfly Lamp by Japanese design studio Vinta takes a page from a book’s shape instead. It easily allows you to adjust how much light is in an area in a fluid way by opening or closing its two “wings.” A dimmer switch would do the same thing, sure, but having two different light sources working off one another would provide some interesting room lighting. The Butterfly Light is just a concept at this time, though quite an elegant one.

37. For those who want things that are a little bit out of common, here is a great and beautiful example of how you can use illumination with style. Javier Henriquez and Sebastian Lara from the Mexican design studio eos méxico got inspired by the suburb afternoons and came up with this beautiful birds on a wire illumination. A simple design, but the effect is very interesting, and I’m sure that is not to much work to build yourself one of these.

38. At first this looks just like a mild-mannered table lamp (except for the fact that it’s almost six feet tall), but open it up and you’ll see a tiny table lamp sitting on a table. It’s like those Russian nesting dolls. The most surprising aspect of this design is its price, $3,888.

39. The Duck Lamp was created by Sebastian Errazuriz and is a really strange and creepy lamp. The lamp isn’t for sale, I think that this design will remain just a design because I don’t see people buying something like this. As a design is unique and interesting but this lamp only purpose is to scare off your friends and family too, but who know’s maybe there are people who like this design.

40. When you look at this lamp design it seems as if a strange creature is sliding down a rope.  Gently and almost weightlessly, radiating a warm and graceful light.  Alien.  Available in two different sizes and four variations, as pendant, table, floor lights, and outdoor. The lights are being manufactured and sold by Next, and are be available to purchase since September 2008, designed by Büro für Form.


  • Jenny Stuart October 19, 2008 at 14:46 PMLogin to Reply →

    Love the numbers lamp! Be a great gift. Thanks for all these finds!

  • Chris October 19, 2008 at 15:13 PMLogin to Reply →

    The minimal designs are so cool! Torn lightning is my favourite!

  • Miia October 19, 2008 at 16:51 PMLogin to Reply →

    Absolutely Fantastic! I loved most of the quirky ones. Thanks!

  • Molly October 19, 2008 at 20:14 PMLogin to Reply →

    These are great! I want that birds on a wire one.

  • Jan Herrmann October 19, 2008 at 20:38 PMLogin to Reply →

    Great selection, fun to view and inspiring. Maybe Zettelz by Ingo Maurer is a good choice for Volume 2 of your list.

  • Max Dusseldorf October 19, 2008 at 20:48 PMLogin to Reply →

    Veeery nice lamps!

  • dmac October 19, 2008 at 21:15 PMLogin to Reply →

    The List is missing Stefan Lindfors’ Scaragoo for Ingo Maurer.

  • simone October 19, 2008 at 21:34 PMLogin to Reply →

    these are all so amazing and creative! great post (:

  • KARiNA October 19, 2008 at 21:40 PMLogin to Reply →


  • Diana Pontes October 19, 2008 at 21:46 PMLogin to Reply →

    Wonderfull ideas! Keep working like that!

  • Magneto October 20, 2008 at 07:19 AMLogin to Reply →

    Superb post, Michael. Really enjoyed it.


  • Dave October 20, 2008 at 10:13 AMLogin to Reply →

    The torn and the arc effect – were the best…

  • myadlan October 20, 2008 at 10:43 AMLogin to Reply →

    wow. nice collection. really got some inspiration!!

  • Sierra Bravo October 20, 2008 at 14:27 PMLogin to Reply →

    Awesome, mind-boggling…such beauty…!

    sierra bravo

  • ericb October 20, 2008 at 15:49 PMLogin to Reply →

    Enpieza and Light Drops for me! I love lamps!! Thanks for sharing these!

  • Dan October 20, 2008 at 17:10 PMLogin to Reply →

    The Gilda Series, as well as all other Arturo Alvarez items are available exclusively in the USA from Boutique Design Products. Please visit boutiquedesignproducts.com for more information on the most innovative lighting products in the world.

  • Prabu Rajasekaran October 20, 2008 at 17:19 PMLogin to Reply →

    Cool collection dude.

  • Angrezy October 20, 2008 at 17:35 PMLogin to Reply →

    Cool post, i like all lamps…are they from single brand??

  • Ibrahim Hussein October 20, 2008 at 17:49 PMLogin to Reply →

    The Memento lamp is amazing, I wish there is a way to order it worldwide, I guess its only available in Japan.

    I think the flap flap lamp would be annoying, sure will be cool for new visitors, but I know myself it will annoy me.

    The best obviously is the “Torn Lighting”.

  • Home Furniture Space October 20, 2008 at 21:27 PMLogin to Reply →

    Great article mate, thats a lovely selection of lamps.

  • tommy October 21, 2008 at 03:16 AMLogin to Reply →

    Great designs. Thanks for posting.

  • Baaby October 22, 2008 at 14:57 PMLogin to Reply →

    Its beautiful, its increible, Its very cool.

    Sorry, i don’t speak english. I from Brazil.

    Kisses cats (:


  • ksng October 22, 2008 at 23:02 PMLogin to Reply →

    very interesting article, well done!

  • hughe palmer October 24, 2008 at 23:48 PMLogin to Reply →

    wow these are amazing! I particularly like the torn lighting lamp.

  • Lili October 26, 2008 at 06:35 AMLogin to Reply →

    Wonderful post! I just missed Eclipse by Mauricio Klabin.

  • Ryan G October 26, 2008 at 12:15 PMLogin to Reply →

    All great, but really liking the ‘dripping taps’

  • tristan ram October 27, 2008 at 14:08 PMLogin to Reply →

    Great compilation of lamps! I dig lamps in all shapes and sizes, specially those that are fitted with dimmers, it sets the mode of the room. grateful for the list! cheers! :-)

  • leslie November 4, 2008 at 03:34 AMLogin to Reply →

    I like a clever concept, and the “Gooseneck” lamp is that. I see what you are saying about it being creepy, but the concept is clever. And makes more sense when you call it a gooseneck lamp than a duck lamp.

  • Sizzle Creative Agency Manchester November 4, 2008 at 11:12 AMLogin to Reply →

    Amazing, absolutely amazing. Love the duck one

  • Hamid November 4, 2008 at 16:04 PMLogin to Reply →

    Absolutely stunning…excellent ingenuity..

  • faraz November 5, 2008 at 10:10 AMLogin to Reply →

    Awesome stuff. Loved that hanging man.

  • Jazzy November 10, 2008 at 01:27 AMLogin to Reply →

    This is a great list, some of those are absolutely beautiful. I love the minimalist approach.

  • Mens sleep November 11, 2008 at 17:18 PMLogin to Reply →

    I’m loving the mushroom lamps. They will go good in my super Mario themed reck room.

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  • Dreams November 12, 2008 at 19:16 PMLogin to Reply →

    That’s a fantastic list of lamp designs. Definitely very eye opening for someone who is not constantly looking at product designs.

  • Dee November 15, 2008 at 08:05 AMLogin to Reply →

    I love how you do the different designs of the lamp that you created. Ilike the one that you have sticking out the walls that is very inspiring. Do you have any other designs that you can show?

  • subrashankar November 16, 2008 at 14:33 PMLogin to Reply →

    A delightful collection of creativity to disperse light pleasantly.

  • SRS December 10, 2008 at 08:20 AMLogin to Reply →

    I’ve been looking for new lighting because I can energy savers for my halogen fixtures. Thanks for the ideas.

  • Borris Häring December 13, 2008 at 12:53 PMLogin to Reply →

    NICE, i post some of the lamps on my lamp- and light-blog too. thanx for finding the rest ;-)

    my favorite is “Good Night Eileen”

  • Joop Johansen January 30, 2009 at 11:33 AMLogin to Reply →

    To many awsome lamps to know which one to comment! They are all very cools, Aand I got some great ideas to my own home.

  • ricardones January 31, 2009 at 02:47 AMLogin to Reply →

    uhauuaaaaaaaaaaauuuuuuuuuu fantastic…..very very good this desing

  • Greg February 21, 2009 at 15:13 PMLogin to Reply →

    Great post!
    Very creative designers – I hope we see these lamps in stores soon.

  • Jopenopy February 27, 2009 at 19:53 PMLogin to Reply →

    WOW. I am blown away. I love each and every one of these! (well i still don’t know how i feel about the little guy who you have to break his neck to turn him off…)
    where do you find stuff like this? i just bought this Sputnik Lamp recently which is a little more glam than what these pics are.
    Anyone else have a cool new light??

  • Doug Waltman March 21, 2009 at 18:29 PMLogin to Reply →

    I am simply loving the torn lighting solution by Billy May. Indirect lighting is the best. I’d love to see motion added to the effect. So for example, the corner light looks like a corner, until you turn it on; then it slides away from the corner, illuminating the area. Flick the switch off and is slides back into the corner.

  • Black Zero May 13, 2009 at 09:48 AMLogin to Reply →

    Brilliant collection…. Awesome…. I’d like to install some of these in my home…

  • smarty June 9, 2009 at 21:59 PMLogin to Reply →

    Awesome collection.I want to have all these at my home.I liked the idea of coin lamo which helps us to save energy.

  • Guess Who June 10, 2009 at 04:22 AMLogin to Reply →

    Great lamp designs, but i suggest you remove the one of the naked man…
    It’s rather creative but some students from schools do look at these sites
    for schoolwork.

    Maybe, maybe not – i like the hangman one and the buro fur form. They are
    very creative and i like the good night eileen…

  • Darknight June 29, 2009 at 02:36 AMLogin to Reply →

    Oh, these designs are very useful for my project,
    thank you for sharing!!!!! +_+

  • Mohammad August 8, 2009 at 10:22 AMLogin to Reply →

    WOW fogholade bo0d.

  • pedro October 5, 2009 at 09:31 AMLogin to Reply →

    I love the naked man !

  • Bruno October 15, 2009 at 13:34 PMLogin to Reply →

    I like the herman light with the petty peewee

  • News Tech October 17, 2009 at 16:16 PMLogin to Reply →

    neat, very creative, i like most of them

  • Ebay UnderCover March 1, 2010 at 20:07 PMLogin to Reply →

    I didn’t think there were any sites with content this good. There sure is a lot of trash out there online. I’ll definitely be back to check out future posts…Thanks

  • Photo Editing April 1, 2010 at 07:01 AMLogin to Reply →

    It’s really great post, nice blog..I would like to appreciate your work and would like to tell to my friends.

  • eGrove Systems April 13, 2010 at 11:43 AMLogin to Reply →

    Great post. This post is more useful for web designers. They can get idea from this. Excellent pictures.

  • john johnson April 15, 2010 at 04:34 AMLogin to Reply →

    that was so gay they are shit lamps OMG make thoese in my sleep

  • shabby chic furniture May 1, 2010 at 19:51 PMLogin to Reply →

    Sorry “john johnson”, but I think they are adorable!

  • manoj July 30, 2010 at 08:50 AMLogin to Reply →

    gr8 concepts….i like the coin lamp , one man shy lamp, book lamp, lamp no.1, light drop,…….

  • Mary August 5, 2010 at 04:11 AMLogin to Reply →

    The designs of your lampshades are so great! Keep on adding up some more. So fantastic!

  • ayushi October 9, 2010 at 06:32 AMLogin to Reply →

    thanks for your post. it is very useful for me to design a template

  • ayushi October 9, 2010 at 06:33 AMLogin to Reply →

    thanks for your useful post

  • Ayushi Infotech October 12, 2010 at 04:18 AMLogin to Reply →

    super collections. where we can buy this type of lamp. can anyone suggest me

  • cameron riley November 4, 2010 at 14:57 PMLogin to Reply →

    some of your designs are nice and rather fancy , but on the other hand there is silly and rude for E.G the one lamp with the naked man where you have to press the switch wich is ment to look like a pines ,, the other one that was rather silly was the lamp shaped into a person hanging his self , i was looking forward to showing my students this website but i can not allow them to copy of some off your designs , so i am sorry but i can not go on to show them your website’s design’s , thankyou , cameron riley .

  • webdevelopmentcentre November 17, 2010 at 11:08 AMLogin to Reply →

    creative thought. that crow lamp is super. you have done mistake u have collected this much of creative lamp but u have not kept link for online purchase try to keep it..

  • joomla company November 17, 2010 at 11:13 AMLogin to Reply →

    beautiful nice super

  • Jasmine green January 5, 2011 at 11:37 AMLogin to Reply →

    Great lamp designs, but i suggest you remove the one of the naked man…
    It’s rather creative but some students from schools do look at these sites
    for schoolwork………..

    Too true, im creating a lamp in product design and researching a little (homework) beforehand.
    but i dont mind im in year 10 so im 14years old. :L

  • Madison Zyluk March 29, 2011 at 16:33 PMLogin to Reply →

    Nice! I just stumbled on this! Cool Post!

  • Leopoldo March 30, 2011 at 02:15 AMLogin to Reply →

    Please I would like to have more details or information on these items Im in mexico and wand to start a project by building some new lamps design in this part of the country.

  • Amy Purehome April 12, 2011 at 13:28 PMLogin to Reply →

    An amazing overview on lamps – great job…so many creative designers helping make the world a delight to live in!

  • Demon May 5, 2011 at 01:49 AMLogin to Reply →

    I like the grenade one it is cool
    The wall tears are cool im going to do that to my houses

  • Jesus Vallette May 31, 2013 at 03:19 AMLogin to Reply →

    Excellent blog you have got here.. It’s hard to find excellent writing like yours these days. I honestly appreciate people like you! Take care!!

  • karam August 5, 2014 at 15:24 PMLogin to Reply →

    Very nice lamp . and i liked it all