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Litho table lamp

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1 Litho table lamp on Sat Jan 23, 2010 10:01 am

ibyte2


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First attempt at a accent table lamp using litho's . The lithos are done on 4" x 10" white corian, for a total size of 6" X 15". Using a flourescent puc for a warm soft glow on the entry way table. Also alternated the litho carving between a postive and invert carve, as I feel gave each pane a different look.
Currently the shape of the frame/legs are a work in progress, also adding a lattice grill.
Wood used was left over IPE


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2 Re: Litho table lamp on Sat Jan 23, 2010 8:50 pm

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Great looking lamp!! Nice job on the design..

Thanks for posting. Always glad to take a look at what you have been up to..


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3 Re: Litho table lamp on Sun Feb 07, 2010 4:28 pm

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ibyte2 wrote:First attempt at a accent table lamp using litho's . The lithos are done on 4" x 10" white corian, for a total size of 6" X 15". Using a flourescent puc for a warm soft glow on the entry way table. Also alternated the litho carving between a postive and invert carve, as I feel gave each pane a different look.
Currently the shape of the frame/legs are a work in progress, also adding a lattice grill.
Wood used was left over IPE


Here's a link for additional pic's
http://www.huisinga.org/gallery2/main.php?g2_itemId=5215


Very Nice, did you take 2 8x10 and cut into 2 pieces, or did you find the exact size you needed?

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4 Re: Litho table lamp on Mon Feb 08, 2010 6:24 pm

ibyte2


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trplbogie wrote:
ibyte2 wrote:First attempt at a accent table lamp using litho's . The lithos are done on 4" x 10" white corian, for a total size of 6" X 15". Using a flourescent puc for a warm soft glow on the entry way table. Also alternated the litho carving between a postive and invert carve, as I feel gave each pane a different look.
Currently the shape of the frame/legs are a work in progress, also adding a lattice grill.
Wood used was left over IPE


Here's a link for additional pic's
http://www.huisinga.org/gallery2/main.php?g2_itemId=5215


Very Nice, did you take 2 8x10 and cut into 2 pieces, or did you find the exact size
you needed?


Thank You &
Yes , I used 2 8x10 sheets and sliced them after the carving process

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