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johannes carlstrom


d*s reader, lillie passed along the work swedish designer, johannes carlstrom. i can't read the text on the site, but the work is lovely so i just thought i'd share it. if anyone can read it, please do let us know what any of it says ;) thanks. i'll try to find some more info in the meantime...aren't those lights gorgeous?






Anonymous joy said...

those lights are beautiful!

11:12 AM  
Blogger funkia said...

regarding the lights, i googled for a swedish-to-english translator, and here is a very ROUGH translation (keep in mind online translators are not perfect):

When man mould blows platens to be formed the the part's completed item in the mould and part's a “coat” above the mould. The coat is not recycled without is thrown after slowing been cooled of and been blasted loose from the item in the mould. The sheep a natural, heavy dropping mould with comfortable irregular elements which does each coat unique. I have taken two coats and attached together them with a considerable rubber tied and thickset in a lamp on. The result becomes an atmosphere creating spirit, resource greedy illustration with an own unique expression.

12:50 PM  
Blogger designmouse said...

There is som much to translate, is there anything in particular you want to know more about? I can always help!

1:27 PM  
Anonymous Image said...

The text to the lamps is in short a description of that the lamps are made of the leftovers after glasblowing. When a piece of glas is made there is always a cone of glas left over. He has used two of these cones, put them togheter with rubberbands and put a lamp in them.

6:04 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Soooo lovely!! Where can I find those fantastic things?

2:53 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

New design-lamps on his side!!! WOW!/solo

5:08 PM  

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