I’m obviously pretty smitten with “light PEG” lighting concept from Natalia Romanova. I spotted it over at Yanko Design where they warned, “it’s going to hook you basically instantly.” And how right they are.
The design consists of eight individual clothespin-shaped mini-lamps that are made from recyclable plastic and contain six small LED bulbs. Charge ‘em up — each 30 to 40 minute recharge session results in four to five hours of power — in a nifty wireless “tree charger” with electrically conductive branches and you’re good to go.
Explains the designer:
The main idea of the lamp is to combine functions of pegs with light because usually when you buy a lamp it suits one part of your interior. This lamp was created for having light wherever you want to illuminate something.