Wonderful lamps with marine life
Each time you turn on one of Hirosart’s lights, painter Hiros Lee will take you underwater. She blends plastic and hardwood to make settings in which people and aquatic life first interact, motivated by ocean explorers’ study of the undersea world. When the light is switched on, the turquoise resin glows brightly and the scuba diver (or divers) look to be making an amazing find as the light highlights them.
Lee sees her lights as more than merely useful objects; they are works of art that inspire creativity. She adds of the people in the works, “Their trip is serene, brief, yet enough to build a profound link among them.” Nevertheless, every plastic light has a certain element of mystery that tempts us to fill in the story’s gaps, especially when it comes to lamps out. A fascinating complement to a bed or living area, the blue glow the lights generate is at once peaceful and slightly unsettling.
The Hirosart Etsy store now sells Lee’s plastic lights.
You’ll be taken under the ocean by these plastic and wooden lanterns.
The works were made by painter Hiros Lee, often known as Hirosart, and represent scuba divers watching marine life.
The lights give out a serene blue glow with a hint of mystique.
Every place they enter will spark discussion.