The Light Inside, A Photo Series of Glowing Fruits and Vegetables


Brought to us by Romanian photographer Radu Zaciu, The Light Inside is a wonderful photo series of glowing fruits and vegetables.

Created by placing a light source inside pieces of produce, the project was inspired by the German word for ‘lightbulb’ (glühbirne) — which translates to ‘glowing pear.’

The result is a surreal photo series that often resembles a painting, X-Ray, or planet. Check out more below, or over at Zaciu’s Flickr site.






[link, via Junk Culture]

Cherries Lamp

Food lamps appear to be in style…. Brought to us by Designer Nika Zupanc, the Cherries Lamp will add some much needed flair to your usually drab and fruitless decor.

[link, via Design You Trust]

I Love Garlic Lamp

Garlic… It helps improve upon Italian food, makes our breath extra stinky, and wards off vampires. Now, garlic will help light up the room. The Garlic Lamp is brought to us by Ukraine-based designer Anton Naselevets — inspired by the beautiful form of the dracula-repellent.

Consider using one to light up any vegetable-themed rooms in the house, your Italian restaurant, or anywhere the undead aren’t welcome.

[via Yanko Design]

Cereal Bowl Light

If you consider breakfast, more specifically Froot Loops, to be the most important meal of the day — then the Cereal Light will certainly be your most important lamp.

The concept is brought to us by ideaka. Although still only a prototype, the cereal bowl is activated by touching the spoon, allowing you to bask in the glow of milk and artificially-colored breakfast rings.