MoMA Pig Lamp Makes CFLs Feel at Home

MoMA Pig Lamp Makes CFLs Feel at Home

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Taryn Williford
Aug 13, 2009

We love this lamp from the Museum of Modern Art for the cheeky little way it makes tech feel cozy and cute. Never before has a compact fluorescent light bulb seemed so much like an intentional part of your decor...

The designer of the devastatingly adorable pig lamp, Ariel Rojo, created the lamp with a theme of 'saving' in his head.

It's shaped like a traditional money-saving piggy bank, except this lamp aims to save energy. Instead of a curly pig tail, all we see is the exposed curly glass of a CFL. We love the idea for a kids room!

Buy it here for the inflated price of $90 ($81 for members). But remember, you're supporting the arts (plus they throw in a 9-watt bulb)!

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