This Einstein Brain-in-a-Jar Lamp is Handmade and Very Freaky

By: Thomas Wade-West - Published: Oct 4, 2013 • References: thegreenhead
For those looking to substitute their current lamp with something a lot weirder, definitely consider this Einstein brain lamp. The lamp is created by the quirky folks over at Frankenstein Labs.

This handmade lamp includes a life-sized brain that floats within a thick glass jar. The actual light is installed in the bottom of the lamp, so that it illuminates the brain (which is a beautiful blood-red color). The "brain activity" gauge is set at the bottom for added affect. The lamp takes a 25-watt bulb to operate and its cord stretches to 49 inches.

This strange lamp reminds us all of eerie lab-like science experiments; perhaps you would like to illuminate your own laboratory? Check out the Einstein Brain Lamp if so. Stats for Einstein Brain Lamps Trending: Older & Mild
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