Bulb Without Electricity

The design studio “Hobby Design” in South Korea surprises us by producing these bulbs that work without electricity surprises us by producing these bulbs that work without electricity.


Luminous Bulb which is constructed from silicone with an added luminous pigment by forming using a solid, typical bulb-shaped mould is creative and surprising.


Materials : silicon gun, silicone sealant, super glue, cutter, tape, luminous pigment, spoon, socket, bulb, nitrile gloves, release agent, stirring cup, extruded PVC sheet(1mm), mixing bowl, wire, plaster powder

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