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    Upcycled Lamps Project | Violett Gas | by Blume Labo


    Viölett Gas, with its distinctive vintage purple colouring, is a line of industrial upcycled lamps crafted by Italian artist Blume Labo. 

    Upcycled Lamps Project | Violett Gas | by Blume Labo

    The collection draws inspiration from a fantastical underground world in 1940’s wartime France. This secretive and hidden world is where industrial metal and the mud of the trenches converge with earth and blood. By recycling salvaged post-war and onwards objects and parts, made of mainly brass metal and glass, these unusual and unconventional creations are given new life.





    The objects and parts selected by Blume Labo, which range from gas mask to table top syringes, have a sense of uneasiness in their original clinical and antiseptic functions that is balanced by the pleasing aesthetic combination of brass metal and glass. Each piece in the line has been individually repurposed from their original wartime function and carefully hand assembled into paradoxically captivating lamps and collectable objects. 

    Blume Labo imbues each one-of-a-kind piece in Viölett Gas line with a sense of post war industrialism alongside a contemporary spin. It is important to note that each lamp and object has been purposely created such that they cannot be mass-produced.



    “Viölett Gas” Art Lamps Series by Blume Labo

    “Viölett Gas” Art Lamps Series by Blume Labo

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