Pulp Lamps by Enrique Romero de la Llana - Aesthetic Post

Pulp Lamps by Enrique Romero de la Llana

Spanish designer Enrique Romero de la Llana recycles newspaper by first turning it into a textural, wet pulp, and then shaping that preparation over inflatable molds to dry: resulting in his Pulp series of lighting. Each fixture is unique and carefully handmade, with subtleties in color, shape, and presence; especially interesting is the varied thickness of the paper, creating transparency through which light may pass.

The lamps read as modern, but their organic shapes and the material used suggest natural form, such as that of a paper wasp nest.

Pulp lamps (just over $600) are available for worldwide shipping through Folklore.

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