Recycled Scrap Metal Deep Sea Angler Fish Lamp

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Living

Made entirely from recycled scrap metal, this giant deep sea angler fish lamp would complement any living space nicely, if you’re willing to pay a pretty penny that is.

Designed and built by Justin LaDoux, the giant fish lamp measures in at 5 feet tall, 4 feet wide, and 5 feet long meaning you need to have quite a bit of space to accommodate the lamp. The lamp is made from an array of recycled scrap metal that include shovels, knifes, bicycles, and more. Using nothing but energy efficient lighting, the fishes eyes and body will light up when guests walk closer to the lamp thanks to a motion sensor device.  As we previously mentioned this thing will set you back a bit, as it is currently selling on Etsy for a cool $8,000.

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