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Marcus Papay's Sinuous Lights Are Constructed Using Resin Fibers

 - Nov 18, 2014
References: papaydesigns & design-milk
San Diego-based designer Marcus Papay unveiled his Sinuous Lights at the San Diego Contemporary Art Fair. The cylindrical shape of the lamp was achieved by literally winding resin material around a cylinder column. For those who don't know, resin is a plant fiber; it can refer to thick liquids that harden into transparent materials.

Any interior designer will tell you, a good light fixture can make all the difference. If you're redecorating a space in your home, you might consider these artsy lamps as a way to brighten up the space -- literally.

Puns aside, Papay's work is truly exceptional. He has created a colorful, lightweight design that adds instant cheer to any room, yet is different enough to be considered a statement piece.