to the artists, designers and craftspeople who think I call their work kitsch... this is NOT the case, it refers to my own work

Jul 22, 2008

Design with a smile - part 2 - lighting & candles

The exhibition Design with a Smile at the Design Museum in Ghent. Most of the objects displayed I had seen before in magazines, on blogs or in shops, but put together this way is quite fun.
the lighting part and let's start with the most impressive one, a life size ...

... Horse Lamp - 2006 - Front Design - Moooi - Netherlands

Lightbrick - 2006 - Fabian Baumann - Formfjord - Germany
Lady Mary - 2006 - Marc Sadler - Serralunga - Italy


Scherze - 2007 - Ding 3000 - Corpus Delicti - Germany



Chandelier - 2006 - Laura Strasser & Milia Seyppel - Frenchknicker - Germany


Choosing Light - 2003 - Adrien Rovero - Suck - UK

Campari Light - 2002 - Raffaele Celentano - Ingo Maurer - Germany



Bibibi - 1982 - Ingo Maurer - Germany



"R & S" Ray & Stevie - 2006 - J.P. Meulendijks - Dark - Belgium



Romeo & Julia - 2005 - Axel Pauli & Lutz Pankow - Authentics - Germany

Spare - 2000 - J.P. Meulendijks - Netherlands
and let's finish with one I really like (I do have a soft spot for the Bibibi too)

Sister Lamp - 2004 - José Manuel Ferrero - Estudihac - Spain
all posts on Design with a Smile : HERE

4 comments:

Wim said...

Er zitten wel heel leuke en originele dingen bij. Knappe reportage, om dat zo bijeen te zien.

hildA said...

hallo Wim,
dank je, ze zijn ook heel leuk. Vertrekkende van deze ideëen verzin ik er later nog wel een aantal met gerecupereerde materialen.

bisto boy said...

i love the horse lamp and the nun one - great stuff!

hildA said...

Hi Bisto Boy,
aren't they great fun? One can't have a bad mood having this in the house.