These unique light fixtures — made by combining recycled plumbing hardware with custom glass bulbs — are more than pretty fixtures. They serve as visual reminders of environmental activism.
Tanya Clarke, the daughter of Canadian political activist Tony Clarke, says, "The goal of Liquid Light is to promote the protection of one of the precious commodities here on earth, water." She hand sculpts the glass drops onto the recycled materials, which helps to symbolize the fragility of the element.
5% of Liquid Light's sales goes towards global water education, action and justice issues via the Polaris Institute.
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