Alien-Looking Floor Lamps by Marcelo Suro

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Alien-Looking Floor Lamps by Marcelo Suro

Some time ago we’ve shown you UFO-shaped night lamp and today we want to show you alien-looking floor lamp by Marcelo Suro. Nothing sparks the imagination more than an object that is both unnerving and adorable at the same time. Not everyone would describe E.T. as “cute,” but most find the creature interesting because of that well-balanced contrast. These self-standing ceramic floor lamps also evoke the same emotions, leaving viewers confused about whether they’re appalled or attracted to their alien forms.

Alien-Looking Floor Lamps by Marcelo Suro

Alien-Looking Floor Lamps by Marcelo Suro

On the one hand, the lamps look like they are single eyes with three tentacles dangling down, probably reminding some pen and paper gamers of the monster known as the Beholder. On the other hand, they also look like alien creatures standing precariously on three legs, with a curious eye on the lookout for people passing by. Either interpretation gives The Pink Robots Won a life of its own, so far removed from typical floor lamps that simply stand still.

Alien-Looking Floor Lamps by Marcelo Suro

The Pink Robots Won will definitely liven up a room, even though their upward angled lights create ambiance more than illumination. They creatively try to create the semblance of a living creature, even if an unnatural one, through a static piece of appliance. Compared to most lamps, it definitely has character and charm, though don’t be surprised if you find yourself looking over your shoulder often as if someone or something is watching your every move.

Alien-Looking Floor Lamps by Marcelo Suro

Alien-Looking Floor Lamps by Marcelo Suro

Alien-Looking Floor Lamps by Marcelo Suro

Alien-Looking Floor Lamps by Marcelo Suro

Alien-Looking Floor Lamps by Marcelo Suro

Alien-Looking Floor Lamps by Marcelo Suro

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