To bring to an end my week on coffee in celebration of UK Coffee Week 2012, I give you ‘And Then There Was Light’. A pictorial blog post of light and electricity. After all that coffee, I hope you are suitably ‘wired’ and all hooked-up ready for the weekend. This array of images is another of my Pinterest boards that has come to say adieu. I won’t be sorry to say goodbye to an activity which is, indeed, most pleasurable and yet weighs heavy on my conscience as something else that ‘needs’ to be done but that gets overlooked. I think it is a phenomenal resource but not one that I shall continue adding to. I hope it gives you all a little spark to your Friday and may the light carry you through the weekend. Have a good one!
From top to bottom, left to right:
lights, via: Nezart Design, via: Kost-i-Koza, source: unavailable;
A Mother’s Light, by James Neeley, source: Flickr;
Deco Globe, £22.50, Rockett St George;
Glow bulb, from £10.65 (exc. VAT), Tigermoth Lighting;
Lightbulb drawing, source: Enchanted Learning;
Philips lightbulbs, By beccabella, source: Flickr;
lightbulbs, source: Flickr (no longer available);
Untitled (Petit Palais) by Felix Gonzalez-Torres, Philadelphia Museum of Art, By anacron Source: Flickr;
Filament lamp, Source: World Architectural News;
National Theatre’s Frankenstein- set lighting, By mihi1, Source: Flickr;
Plumen bulb, Source: World Architectural News;
Deco standard bulbs, £12.49, Rockett St George.