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Conceptual 'Light of Hope' is Made from the Remains of Rainforest

 - Oct 4, 2017
References: yankodesign
Millions upon millions of acres of rainforest are destroyed each year, so the conceptual 'Light of Hope' light bulb looks to draw attention to this fact, as a reminder of the impact we're having on our environment. The bulb features an ornate design that is created using the charcoal that has been leftover from the burning of rainforests.

More people are becoming aware of our practices when it comes to deforestation, which has prompted a stronger focus on designers who are looking to outline these issues in the work they produce, whether conceptual or real. The 'Light of Hope' light bulb is an example of this, and is the design work of Mitja Schneehage, Michael Wilde and Sofia Christidou.