Creating luxury goods through creativity and recycled garbage
Implications - Chandeliers used to be a widely acknowledged symbol of opulence, found in mansions or the grandest hotels. Today, however, the DIY movement has fueled a wave of home-grown possibilities. Luxury symbols are no longer exclusive, as new technology and creative options open up style for the masses.
At first glance, this dramatic chandelier looks ordinarily beautiful, but look closer, and you'll be bloody surprised! The monster-sized chandelier is actually composed of hundreds of white O.B. tampons.… [More]
If you're afraid of haunted places, this church is probably worth avoiding. The inside of this historical Christian building near Prague is covered in the remains of over 40,000 people. The matter in which… [More]
Melbourne-born artist Timothy Horn's large-scale jellyfish chandeliers were inspired by the illustrations of the 19th century German zoologist, Ernst Haeckel.
His creations (Stheno, Euryale, and Medusa)… [More]
There are only two places this chandelier can possible be hung: in the garage or in the recreation room above a pool table. But it says macho all over it. For sure the bottles need to have a certain character,… [More]
Fake trophies and antler-inspired art has really taken off in the last while. Artist Jason Miller must have been inspired by the miraculous wonders of the animal world when he created this stunning antler… [More]
The Fiela Feather Chandelier, which is featured in the first two photos, is made with real ostrich feather shades and is the work of South African designer Haldane Martin.
The chandelier was presented… [More]