Are you on the lookout for the perfect lamp to add light and, um, character to a bedroom?
Or maybe you want to set a certain mood in the wee hours?
Then look no further than Monsby’s Love in Light lamp, a light fixture with a rather interesting design.
To turn on the lamp, you must grab it firmly and draw its flexible outer layer down the length of the shaft. Subsequently, the tip then lights up.
We very much hope you can see where we are going with this.
Describing the lamp on his website, Monsby said: ‘I had been working on this lamp for about a year. It had different names during that period: Phallamp, Lampenis etc.
‘It is about love, light and life. The most meaningful and optimistic lamp ever.’
Monsby, like Banksy, is an anonymous artist who creates both physical and digital art.
Only 50 of these limited-edition lamps are available and a purchase will set you back £3,500.
If you would like to keep things strictly digital, the item is also available in NFT (non-fungible token) form.
An NFT is a digital asset that represents real-world objects like art, music and videos. Bought and sold online, NFTs have become an increasingly popular way to sell digital art online.
They are usually encoded with software allowing them to be shared in a limited amount – this then raises the asset value.
Understandably, the lamp has received quite a sizeable reaction online.
One Twitter user wrote: ‘This lamp is haunting my nightmares.’
While another joked: ‘Apparently there’s a vagina version too but they took it off the site because men couldn’t find the switch.’
What do you think of the Love in Light lamp?
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