While I was surfing the web I came across a London based upcycle-company called Moorbi. They’re a new company and want to be part of the growing upcycling community! And there I saw these great looking and fun lamps by Gilles Eichenbaum a.k.a. Garbage.
Photos © Garbage
All his designs are made with items you can find on a flea market. Each object is unique and is numbered and signed. The lamp on the shown image is called ‘Skippy‘. You would expect it be made in Australia, but Garbage has its roots in France.
Design by Garbage
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