In honor of this week’s blood moon eclipse, designer Eugenia Antoniou created these LED lunar lamps. The lamps themselves create a combination of an eclipse and a rainbow light pattern. By projecting elegant circles of colorful lights onto the floor of a dark room, they emit a galactic-themed glow.
The lights are projected through a disc that has been placed in between the light source which alters the level of projection. There are exactly seven LED bulbs that make up the light source for each of the lunar lamps. The lamp then uses two optical effects, which are the color patterns reflected off the floor and the white light composition on the compact disc level.
The goal for this light was to mimic the way a “celestial body is interposed between another and the observer.”