Alien Abduction Lamp moves from concept to prototype

The Alien Abduction lamp which we all enjoyed early 2007 looks like moving forward from concept to production. Designer Lasse Klein put an update on his web site.

Tell us when the production starts – we want one.


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link to YouTube video





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