The Dollop Light Looks Good Enough to Eat

 - Jun 3, 2014
References: ashallen & contemporist
The Dollop light by Ash Allen is an asymmetric pendant light that's narrow on the top and fuller on the bottom. Despite its irregular shape, the light manages to somehow appear perfectly balanced.

The light, which features a matte exterior and glossy interior, is constructed from an earthenware ceramic slip casting. It is lit by a 7W white LED globe that's entirely hidden from view.

Allen was inspired by a "dollop of cream falling gently off a spoon" when he created the light. Though the sensual light can be a stand-alone piece, the fluid shapes complement each other so well, it would be a shame not to purchase the pair of them. These highly tactile lamps are the perfect way to add some eroticism to a space.