Wonsuk Cho's Lightbox Mimics Radiology Results

By: Marissa Brassfield - Published: Apr 25, 2009   Updated: Mar 30 2011 • References: & betterlivingthroughdesign
Wonsuk Cho's 'X-Ray Light' mimics the lightbox used to view radiology results and brings hospital-inspired decor into the home. Cho took X-rays of different light bulbs and mounted each X-ray onto a black box to complete the effect.

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