Cowbell floor lamp inspired by Thin White Rope song Hunter’s Moon
Hunter’s moon cowbell floor lamp. An essential lamp. Nature, light and music.
A drum cowbell which becomes a light diffuser, blended with a solid walnut wood carved base. An art craft limited numbered edition of 100 lamps.
Here is a video of the creative process:
The floor lamp Hunter’s moon origin arises from the desire to create a light that diffuses atmosphere and warmth inside your dwelling. It can be placed on floor, otherwise upon a desk or shelf, according to one’s taste and necessity. Light is very important indoor, mainly if lamp is placed upon the floor, with low intensity. It manages to mould your home into a cosy and welcoming space.
I have chosen European walnut wood (to give you an idea, its color is brighter than American one). It has a feature woodgrain, similar to the carving movement, that’s why I like it. It is a dense wood, and noble one.
I have got inspired by Hunter’s moon song since it infuses energy and optimism, it fills up with its radiance: the hunter doesn’t give up, searching for his light. He is looking for his love through the wood, the hills lighted by the moon light. Its mentor and muse. The song is impregnated with poetry and engraved rhythm.
Dimensions: base 16,5×16,5×3,5cm – cowbell – 23x14x7cm. Total height 27cm.
Electric information: saving light bulb i.e. warm led 8,5W power (100W), G9 socket 230V/50Hz. Brightness 1105 lumens.
Hunter’s moon cowbell floor lamp is exhibited at Koan Studio in Florence: http://www.koanstudio.com/