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Back in 2005, D’alesio & Santoro exhibited this “Wish You Welcome” lamp and thanks to such a positive reaction, they decided to produce a limited run of 100 numbered pieces for purchase. The decorative lamp features a ceramic body of what appears to be a dog whose head has been replaced with a light bulb. There’s also a glass diffuser to mellow out the lamp’s light, but you can also dim the light as you please. The light turns off and on via a touch sensor on the back of the body. For more info, visit their site.

Take a detailed look after the jump.

Source: slamjam

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