There aren't many (if any) lamps like this bizarre lamp. The lampshade itself isn't that weird but the way it's created is unlike anything anybody has seen before. The design was created by Mark Colliass and features an extremely unique method to create objects.
Making the lampshade is incredibly easy though the concept remains a bit complicated. To start, all the user has to do is pour the resin, called Jesminite, into the sides of the mold, which are located on the side of the bicycle and start riding their bike. The force from using the bike will push the resin out of the way and form a bowl-like shape.
After 40 minutes of riding the bike, the lamp will not only begin to take place but it will also set, making for a customized but bizarre lamp shade.
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