Halo lamp is great design, but also great for artists?

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Yanko’s often the home of impractical designs, but Sander Muller’s Halo Light is eminently usable. A desk lamp with a wide, circular ring of natural-light elements, it’d be perfect for artists wanting to minimize unwanted shadows but still have only a single light source.

This ‘holy’ light has no light bulb; instead the entire inside of the hood itself emits light. This makes for a functional light with a minimal yet intriguing visual impact. It’s easily adjusted and suspended above a table with it’s stainless arc, but it’s also available for free hanging purposes ( cable suspended ) in bars, living rooms etc.

It’s a real product, but made-to-order with an undisclosed price. Hobby Lobby, you’re my only hope!

Product Page [Sander via Yatzer and Yanko]

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