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Recycled X-Ray Lamp Shade by Sture Pallarp

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May 21, 2012

Category: Living

Looking for a way to add that personalized touch to your living room or bedroom? Well these incredibly ingenious recycled x-ray lamp shades are the perfect solution.

Designed by Stockholm based graphic designer Sture Pallarp, the recycled x-ray lamp shade is exactly as it sounds. Essentially the Beckams College of Design student took otherwise wasted x-ray sheets, transforming them into a work of art with these lamps shades. Acting much the same way as a x-ray light box at the doctor’s office, the light bulb shines through the x-ray displaying your internal body parts in all their glory.

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