“I have not failed 700 times.
I have not failed once.
I have succeeded in proving that those 700 ways will not work.
When I have eliminated the ways that will not work,
I will find the way that will work.”
Shedding some light on the situation, Master bought His dievca the Block Lamp from MoMa.
(A Valentine’s Day + housewarming gift.)
Finnish designer Harri Koskinen was inspired by industrial glass bricks when he created the Block Lamp (1996), which is featured in the Museum’s collection. Two hand-cast glass blocks conceal a E14, 15-watt bulb within a matte sandblasted bulb shape, creating the illusion of a common light bulb encased in glass. This anniversary edition features a red woven cord and can be placed on a floor or table for ambient lighting.
(click here if you are interested in buying the lamp)