You’ll never know this strange lamp will scary you or looks good on your desk. This strange lamp was created by design studio Enpieza in Spain. The Colgao (”hung” in Spanish) is hanging from the top horizontal rod of the lamp. The lamp looks very simple except for the tasteless, hanging anthropomorphic figure.
The other strange lamp here are designed by Jesus Felipe and Silvia Grimaldi of UK-based Nimble Critters, the ETree lamp is more of an interactive sculpture than simply a lamp. Each of the light’s 10 bluish-green “branches” can be bent into about any shape, creating undulating arboreal structures reminiscent of the tentacles of an upside-down jellyfish.
Lull lamp opens and closes like a flower. In the evening the lamp gives a warm glow, to give a feeling of safety while it slowly turns itself off. In the morning the lamp opens, gradually increasing the light intensity to give the user a more comfortable awakening.
The strange lamp lets you fool people around you into thinking that your bulb is actually melting like a Good Humor bar on a hot Summer day. From a distance, the melting bulb lamp looks very convincing. Up close, you can see a bit more of its rubbery construction, but it’s still pretty fun.
Set on its side the strange lamp based on the movie, Titanic, appears to have fallen over much like a lamp might be knocked over and end up on its side. This product comes from Fluke and is available for $600. Finding it in the U.S. may be a challenge as it is currently discontinued there.