by Sandra K. Ziebold
I love to share what creatives are doing! The Marine Light, which stands 40 cm tall and 33 cm wide, features a unique translucent lampshade that’s made of dried seaweed. To create the lampshade, designer Meiri applied fresh seaweed to the thin metal frame while it was still wet. As the strips of seaweed dry, they shrink and conform to the shape of the lampshade. See more images and information about The Marine Light via this direct link on Inhabitat.
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This blog is about art, creativity, outdoor living, positivity, marketing, philanthropy and reflections of nature.
I am an artist, business owner and philanthropist that strives in the everyday to keep things simple and spread positivity. I look for the peace and zen in the hustle and bustle, excitement and wonders of life and nature around us.