A great lighting option will not only make an area sparkle but also fetch a lot of attention. But, have you ever seen a lamp made using a skateboard? Victor Perez has come up with an elegantly recycled collection named Sk8lamps. The artistâs passion for skateboarding and art led to such an amazing creation, which is also eco-friendly. He has intelligently used discarded stuff and given them an artful life.
Victor Perez, an artist from Philadelphia, has come up with the Sk8Lamps. As a child, he loved skateboarding and got his first Fibreflex skateboard in the year 1977. The artist’s love for art made him come up with a gallery that had an art show about the human form once a year. Victor decided to concentrate on artwork and crafted eye-appealing lamps from recycled stuff.
Recycling is the best way to save our deteriorating nature. It is the best way to make apt use of resources even after they have lived their life. The artist has made good use of metal, glass, skateboards and all that he could to carve dainty lamps. Sk8lamps is an ingenious way of bringing down heaps of unending garbage. The illuminating pieces are quite sustainable and will act as a pretty decoration piece.
The fab factor
Sk8lamps has been crafted in a beautiful way from thrown away stuff. He has made good use of trucks, wheels and decks that had lived their complete life. He has pumped a new lease of life in them by subtracting electric parts. The skateboards have been swapped into sumptuous light pieces, which will decorate dwellings and even offices. The eco-friendly lamps are a unique work of art and are quite trendy. They have been crafted in a green manner and are ready to befriend the beautiful surroundings.