Blossom lights

Side view of a set of lights showing full string. Side view of a set of lights showing full string with the lights on. Side view of a set of lights showing full string with the lights on. Close view of a set of lights showing the shades. Close view of a set of lights showing the shades. Close view of a set of lights showing the shades.
Side view of a set of lights showing full string. Side view of a set of lights showing full string with the lights on. Side view of a set of lights showing full string with the lights on. Close view of a set of lights showing the shades. Close view of a set of lights showing the shades. Close view of a set of lights showing the shades.
Details
Object number
AIBDC : 006081
Country
Date
2009

Description

A string of 32 lights made from the cut off bases of discarded PET drinks bottles set onto LED bulbs. The translucent blue, green and clear bottle bottoms form petal like shades to each bulb. Designed and made by Michelle Brand, an Environmental Designer specialising in Up Cycling (www.michellebrand.co.uk), this set of lights was included in 'Lifecycle. Poetry + products' a collaborative exhibition between MoDiP and Text + Work at The Gallery at the Arts University Bournemouth in 2009.
Designers & Manufacturers
Designer (Person)
Manufacturer
Dimensions
Length
3470mm
Diameter
67mm
Material Note
plastic
PET
polyethylene terephthalate shades