Friday, April 6, 2012

Fabergé Inspired Lamp

You might remember the exquisite tessellated lamps of Ilan Garibi. I was happy to come across one of his newest creations made as an ode to Fabergé eggs. Composed of the durable and forgiving paper known as elephant hide, it was featured at a lighting and origami exhibition at Hankin Gallery in Holon, Israel this past winter.

Fabregé Egg

Ilan subscribes to the basic tenets of origami - no glue, no cuts, just folds and creases. Check out his delightful new website.

I wish you a weekend as lovely as the lamp's glow, and if you celebrate Easter, may it be a joyous one.

Facebook Finds this past week include:

Paper money sculptures
Love to color? Easter egg print-out
Pretty paper-covered, laser-cut butterflies
Fab letterpress cards at a steal
A paper artist round-up


  1. WOW!!!Amazing how it is just folded.Looks so perfect.

  2. What a beauty! Happy Easter weekend to you, Ann!

  3. These are SO beautiful!! its amazing what you can create out of paper! Thank you for sharing these!!

  4. Happy Easter and lots of health!
    An extraordinary creation!

  5. Stunning lamp. Have a great weekend Ann.


Thanks for taking the time to leave a comment. All comments are moderated so you will not see it appear immediately. I respond to questions within 24 hours, so please check back. If you are having trouble posting a comment, try using the Anonymous option and include your name if you wish.

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...