This dinosaur light emits a steady balance of understated detail, standing as an elaborate plastic skeleton that you can see directly through. John Soho's first lighting design takes inspiration from prehistoric forms, simultaneously incorporating fresh and new approaches to the aesthetic of this sort of object. It's an altogether dynamic piece of work.
The Dino Light is a great 90 centimeters in length, making it suitable as a table lamp or as a floor lamp, depending on the space that you have available. A stable structure of 5-millimeter acrylic material suggests the ribcage, the leg bones and the distinctive large skull of the legendary triceratops. Available in colorless clear plastic and red-tinted too, this dinosaur light interacts intriguingly with rays, whether the encapsulated lightbulb is on, or whether it's off with the sunlight reflecting.
The Dino Lamp Reveals His Transparent Skeleton When Light Reflects Off
Amelia Roblin — February 20, 2015 — Art & Design