Lágrima – Glassblown Table Lamp

by Wang Yichu United States (US)

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The Lágrima Lamp, born from molten glass, forged with the fiery embrace of hot casting. Its title, an ode to Tarrega’s ethereal melody, ‘Lágrima,’ where each note echoes with the weight of tears. In its form, the molten glass cascades, mirroring the gentle curve of sorrow’s release, reminiscent of nostalgia melting softly amidst the dim, golden glow of candlelight.

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Born in 2000, Wang Yichu is a new emerging designer and artist currently studying at Rhode Island School of Design. He always enjoy the environment and the materials around him, which inspired him to translate interesting forms and materials into his work. He categorize his work as “21st century Rococo”, in order to describe his playful and glamorous style. He was also influenced deeply by musics of Mozart, which he also consider as one of his inspirations. He was featured in the 2021 exhibition of Brown University “the stories objects tell” and 2022 edition of Lake Como Design Festival.
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