Do you need a moon lamp? Hmm, maybe you could justify the purchase if you plan to study the Moon’s craters, elevation and ridges for scientific research… or artistic inspiration? The Moon Lamp is a 1:20 million replica, done in an expertly crafted mold*, that has an LED ring that revolves around the globe to recreate lunar phases as seen from our planet. Pretty cool, right?
*”Precision is achieved by utilizing NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter topographic data.”
Designer: Oscar Lhermitte and Kudu
Dimensions: 12.5h x 14l x 7”d
Materials: Rotocasted polyurethane resin, spun steel, stainless steel, and anodized aluminum
Available from MoMA Store, $1,050.00.