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Seam Light by Annika Frye

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Sep 05, 2013 01:05 AM
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by Allison last modified Sep 04, 2013

When imperfections are interpreted as strengths, as one of a kind, rare and precious, significant and special…then saddened people are lifted up, grapes age into best wines, and in this case, a pendant is desirable by its obvious Seam. When working on a DIY project involving a rotational molding machine designer Annika Frye confidently decided on [...]




 

 

When imperfections are interpreted as strengths, as one of a kind, rare and precious, significant and special…then saddened people are lifted up, grapes age into best wines, and in this case, a pendant is desirable by its obvious Seam. When working on a DIY project involving a rotational molding machine designer Annika Frye confidently decided on such a shape and textile to create quite a unique light. Made of sandblasted plexiglass with a cord running through the top end. Each piece is completely one of a kind, a true work of artistry.


 

 

 
 
 

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