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In 2007, Daniel Cytrynowicz founded Lamp-In-A-Box to break the stereotype of that anonymous light source in the corner of the room. The company transforms lampshades into illuminated art canvases, with subjects ranging from vintage advertisements to black and white photographic landscapes. This table lamp shamelessly promotes what is indisputably the best letter of the alphabet (against a backdrop of all 26, just for argument’s sake).
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Lightbulb not included. 60 W bulb recommended. Cord length: 6’. Pull chain. Steel base. Polyester shade.
Wipe with a duster or dry cloth.
In 2007, Daniel Cytrynowicz set out to redefine ordinary light sources as art objects. His California-based company Lamp-In-A-Box outfits table lamps in vivid custom-printed shades. Its archive of over 1000 images continually grows by popular demand, and includes Beatles iconography, vintage Coca-Cola advertisements, and the acclaimed comic art of Lou Brooks.