Smile-Inducing Balloon Lamp


Haoshi means good things, and that’s just what these designers believe in. They create fun and interesting objects, like this sweet balloon lamp which was made to capture the fleeting magic of childhood.

As they say, “we add a kind of purity and peace into our design concept. By using concrete exquisite technical art to present the abstract life concept, designers' life philosophy can present completely and perfectly through the visual art." I say mission accomplished.





Haoshi’s website
via [Moco Loco]





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