Webster lamp by Jerry Mejia Design Studio

January 10th, 2012 by retail design blog

You probably haven’t guessed it yet, but Webster, with simple wire for structure, is made completely out of hot glue webs. With some patience and a dab-and-stretch technique, we were able to extend the excess strand of hot glue around the frame to create a beautiful, ethereal form. With enough layers, the light is diffused enough to make Webster a functional, one-of-a-kind pendant lamp.

Designed by Jerry Mejia Design Studio


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