This New Robot Lamp Has A Bit Of An Attitude – Design You Trust

This New Robot Lamp Has A Bit Of An Attitude


A couple of San Francisco-based designers have launched a new lamp that looks like a little robot man.


The “Lampster” has a head that is based on old-style tractor headlights, and can produce different colors, because of the RGB LED bulb inside it.


The body has a stance that’s ready for action, and gives it loads of personality. The designers are even offering to do custom paint jobs on them, to make them even more unique.


Via Contemporist

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