There is something so awesomely cool about using a car's headlight in these retro-looking lamps made by French designer Angele Riguidel.
[Riguidel] gives new life to recycled household items by turning them into highly original lamps she calls ULOs or unidentified luminous objects, these unique light fixtures are handmade from the rescued canisters of Electrolux vacuums.
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