This captivating lamp designed by Nosigner (Eisuke Tachikawa) represents the Super Moon, the biggest full moon in a cycle of 18 years. After the tragic earthquake in Japan, many of the Japanese prayed to the Super Moon for hope. According to Nosigner, this lamp is a symbol of the moon’s “light of hope”. For the creating this lamp Nosinger has used actual 3D topographical data taken from the lunar orbiter Kaguya. The Moon Light replicates exactly the craters and surface of the actual moon. Amazing lamp!
DesignRulz11 April 2012