Layers of paper cut into a floral lace-like pattern are draped over a light bulb to create the Midsummer Light.
A safety cone keeps the paper away from the light bulb and creates the form.
I love paper, it’s such a simple material. I had this idea that it could be possible to take a sheet of paper and to cut such a pattern into it that it would become flexible in all directions, so you could drape it like a piece of fabric.
By cutting this floral pattern it also became something which was based on a memory of a walk in the woods and seeing the sunlight shining through the leaves of the trees.
Tyvek is a super strong tear resistant paper.
GOOD TO KNOW
Materials and Dimensions Tyvek, mylar Approximately dia 46 × 76cm when hung
Packaging Flat packed L70 × W49 × H0.5cm Bulb and light fitting not included
Care Wipe with a damp cloth or dust with a feather duster or soft brush
Which light bulb should I use? For energy efficiency and durability use LED light bulbs Other light bulbs 60 watts or equivalent max
Note The Midsummer Light comes as a flat package
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