Graphic patterns: Optical Lights by Lee Broom

Optical Lights is said to be inspired by the black-and-white graphic patterns of Op Art.

Lee Broom has launched a collection of spherical-shaped Optical Lights that are reportedly inspired by the black-and-white graphic patterns of Op Art.

Made from powder-coated spun steel and blown from opaque glass, the black outlines of each piece create an asymmetrical pattern.

Optical Lights is available as either a pendant, table lamp or floor lamp.


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