Designer Frank Gehry has an eye for turning formica into elegant lamps shaped like fish. The lamps emit a soft glow that allows the eye to appreaciate every curve and give the appearance of a fish in motion.
Gehry began creation these awesome fish lamps 30 years ago. Since then, they've been exhibited around the world, with the latest showcase to be held at the Gargosian Gallery in Paris. The fish lamp exhibit will run from January 24th until March 9th.
If you like these unique lamps we're sure you'll appreaciate Brazil's giant fish sculptures made from recycled plastic bottles.
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