Joe Pasquini, a RAF flight navigator, had the unfortunate job of collecting samples of a nuclear bomb after it exploded. Which meant, Pasquini had to fly an airplane covered in wax through the mushroom cloud to capture the floating radioactive particles. That doesn't sound fun.
What would it look like if the candy kingdom of happy elves launched a thermonuclear assault against us? Probably something like this. Fortunately for this, this isn't a technicolor mushroom cloud. It's photographic trickery.
Designed by Veneridesign Studio, this lamp tries to capture the awful beauty of a nuclear strike. The fluid details created using 3D-printing techniques, its like staring into a frozen mushroom cloud.