For all it's great uses chocolate has never really been applied to the world of lamp design. One because it melts, and two because even if scientists managed to somehow stop chocolate melting, someone would eventually eat the lamp.
But, as intangible as the idea of a chocolate lamp may seem as a consumer product, you can do whatever you want in the art world. And its those limitless barriers that have brought us this melting chocolate lamp from Alexander Lervik.
The artist, wanting to explore darkness in contrast with light, has created this chocolate pyramid lamp. As the lamp is turned on and the bulb begins to heat the chocolate covering the light source slowly begins to melt, eventually revealing a naked bulb surrounded by a river of chocolate.