Brooklyn-based artist, Tyagi Schwartz, is lead designer and owner of Dog Tag Designs. Tyagi"s work focuses on up-cycling and re-purposing ordinary objects into functional artistic furnishings. Each of Tyagi's pieces are dog tagged, noting the location where the central object was found, the date that it was transformed, and the title of the piece.
Hold That Call
The found-object creations of Tyagi Schwartz are both works of art and eye-catching furnishings. This tabletop lamp has its bulb shining from the base of a vintage telephone that seems to hover in the air. A length of hand-shaped steel tubing coils down to the phone's handset below, which now serves as the lamp's base. This playful reversal, and the transformation of telephone from listening tool to lighting implement, evoke the artwork of the Pop Art and Surrealist movements. Wherever you place it in your home or office, this brilliant objet d'art is sure to call for of conversation. The candelabra socket has a built-in high/low dimmer switch, and comes with a 25 watt bulb. Made in Brooklyn, New York.
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WARNING: This product may contain one or more chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer or to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm.
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25 watt bulb included, this is the maximum wattage suggested for use with this lamp.
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