Turn On These Lights to Remind Yourself to Save Water

Illustration for article titled Turn On These Lights to Remind Yourself to Save Water

Everytime you switch on, remind yourself to switch off. That's the message environmental artist Tanya Clarke is sending with these Liquid Lights. Made from recycled pipes and taps, the lamps use green LEDs as the light source.

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When purchased, 5 per cent of the money will be donated to water education charities. She even does chandeliers out of recycled bits and bobs, which can be seen in her Californian studio on appointment.

I love these sort of bespoke installations made from reclaimed materials, but generally prices do tend to run quite high. [Liquid Light via Core77]

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Illustration for article titled Turn On These Lights to Remind Yourself to Save Water

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"the lamps use green LEDs as the light source."

I'm sorry but I hate when people explain something that is environmental or economical as "green" because, to me anyway, green is a color. You say green lights I think they light up green. They don't. They're white lights that use small amounts of electricity; not green lights.