About the DesignerVictor Vetterlein
Victor Wayne Vetterlein, born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA, was raised in a design and engineering family. His grandfather was a mechanical engineer, his uncle a nautical engineer and his aunt a realist painter. Design and engineering technology were common topics in the family circle.
Through globalization and the constant expansion of opportunity via the Internet, people are on the move and their interest and allegiance in all things is short lived. The concept word for the Trash Me lamp design is transient. Like our current global culture, it is a product that is epherneral. The lamp is made of paper pulp spread over a mold and left to dry. Paper is in itself a transient material. A strong concept idea leads to an extraordinary form, and in this case it is a rebirth of what the designer sees as the beauty of the utilitarian forms. It is only fitting that the name is Trash Me, meaning ''please recycle me when no longer useful or desired.''
- Material: Paper pulp, cast iron and aluminum
- Trash Me lamp can quickly be dissembled and the parts reused or recycled
- 6' Fabric cord with plug
- E 26 max 40 W or 7W CFL
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