The Scion AV Installation is dedicated to nurtutring independent artistic expression, allowing artists to explore their creative visions in a retail space with uniquely designed products. The gallery features a revolving roster of artists showcasing their work and retailing any products they’ve created. All of the proceeds from artwork and product sales will either be retained by the featured artist or donated to a charity of his/her choice.
Fiber Lab has created two styles of paper lamp shades that are now available for sale at the Scion AV Installation store. For product inquiries and purchases please call Scion AV Installation at (323) 272-4266 or visit us at 7667 Melrose Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90046.
ORIGAMI PAPER LAMP SHADE
The Snowflake lamp shade is a symphony of delicate curves and crisp lines. It is a visual play of soft like brushed fabric and geometric like crystals. You will be mesmerized by the whimsical dance of light. Imagine enjoying the cozy and warm light while you dine, read or get ready to fall asleep.
The lamp shade is folded with 60% textured cotton paper, produced in a 450-year-old paper mill in Annonay, France. Lightfast and acid-free qualities allow the color to stay brilliant for years to come.
The lamp shade is for use with energy-saving CFL and LED light bulbs ONLY. These light bulbs can be used as the only source of light in a room, and are more environmental friendly, too!
Available in Canary Yellow & Grey
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Fiber Lab is Justina Yang. In her own words: My mother was a pretty cool art teacher. I grew up thinking that it was totally OK to draw on the walls and any surface I could get my hands on. Many years later, I received my graduate degree in structural engineering. Then following a perhaps logical progression of my education, I began working in the engineering consulting industry. While my technical curiosity was satisfied daily, there was something missing. I felt compelled to explore my original passion: Fiber Lab was created to find a way for me to reconcile all the things I love: art, science, and technology.
Visit the Fiber Lab website at http://blog.fiberlab.ca/