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Recycled Animal X-Rays Turned Into Clever Skeletal Lamp

Recycled Animal X-Rays Turned Into Clever Skeletal Lamp. This clever lamp featuring a skeletal lampshade made of repurposed X-ray radiographs was spotted by Alex at Bearded Lady Vintage & Oddities in Burbank, California back in 2014. The designer, unfortunately, is a mystery.

Spike Vain in a “LosAngeles [sic] based Medical Image Manipulator” who turns MRI, CT and other scans into art. During the day, Spike works as veterinary oncology technician – the time off is spent making this art and “wrangling chihuahuas”. The lamps are mostly sold directly through Instagram, so if you want one, you’ll have to stalk and wait.

More info: Instagram | Facebook | Etsy | Image credits: Alex Marcial

Recycled Animal X-Rays Turned Into Clever Skeletal Lamp:

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  1. It won’t be the same. I have one of these lamps by the same creator @xrayvisiondesigns and its impeccably crafted. They can also be made to your specifications! 🙂

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