A pop-up book that's also a lamp

The Book of Lights opens up to reveal an LED-powered lamp.

Ohhhh... Charles & Marie

There are a lot of things that have racked up frequent flier miles on Crave. Oddly shaped USB drives , awe-inducing Guitar Hero videos, and Swarovsky-covered crap are all par for the course on the average day.

As far as I know, though, this is the first pop-up book we've seen that is also a fully operational lamp. And that's worth blogging about.

When opened, the Book of Lights creates an LED-powered pop-up lamp.

Available in traditional lampshade and Parisian streetlamp versions, it's available for preorder for $95 on Charles & Marie.

The big, linen-bound book is available only in hardcover. It's a quick read, because it contains no words. But if it did have words in it, it would be its own reading light.

...snap. Charles & Marie

There is no audiobook version or paperback version of the Book of Lights, but you can create your own Book of Lights audiobook by recording yourself reading this sentence: "I am a pop-up lamp."

[Via Geekologie.]

 

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