Adam Wallacavage Creates Aquatic Decor Light Fixtures

By: Jessica Marren - Published: Mar 18, 2013 • References: adamwallacavage & technabob
There is something so whimsically fascinating about underwater sea creatures you may find yourself so captivated by them that you feel the need to incorporate aquatic decor into your living space. These eerie octopus chandeliers by Adam Wallacavage are colorful, detailed replicas of a variety of different inky underwater friends.

These truly peculiar octopus light fixtures are made from cast iron, refurbished lamp parts, epoxy clay, scrap metal and spray paint. If you're looking for aquatic decor, there are several different octopus options each handmade and painted in a variety of colors.

The attention to detail is apparent when looking at the tentacles of these creepy crawly aquatic decor features. They seem realistic as they float, suspended above us with their arms drooping and folding with sparkles of light from several small bulbs. Stats for Obscure Octopus Chandeliers Trending: Older & Average
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