Maor Aharon of Peleg Design Studio has created this tiny mobile accessory that clips over a smartphone light to create a unique source of illumination.
The 'Luma' is made from acrylic material and resembles the appearance of a regular lampshade shrunk down to a portable size. The lampshade simply clicks overtop of a smartphone light, and when the flashlight function is turned on, the clear lampshade transforms into a fun miniature light source. The 'Luma' can function as a simple reading light before bed, or even work as a children's night light for kids who are afraid of the dark.
Available in gray, blue or red color bases, this playful mobile phone night light is very simple in its execution, but nonetheless represents a clever design capable of carrying out its function in a stylish and fun way.
Photo Credits: designboom, peleg-design
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