Found Form by Enina Waelstham For Mormels Design

Found Form by Enina Waelstham For Mormels Design

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Cambria Bold
Sep 16, 2009

Dutch designer Enina Waelstham of Mormels Design has created a unique collection of lamps out of recycled paper that she's pasted over various found objects, like coffee cups. Once she has the right form (sealed with papier-mâché), the lamp is cut open to remove the objects inside and sealed back up to create a working lamp...

Here's what Mormels Design says:

'Found Form' investigates reusing the wealth we already have in our world, as the shapes of the lamps come from existing objects in our everyday surroundings. By linking these shapes and taking their combined shape via the traditional technique of papier-mâché a new fascinating object comes to life. The material used to create the lamps over these objects is recycled paper, thus creating a lightweight, eco friendly, biodegradable and unique lamp.

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