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Brilliant breaking lamps

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Everyone's wasted a lunch hour perusing a "Perfectly Timed Photos" collection - images capturing the exact moment a ball/water balloon/falling cat impacts on a teacher/sunbather/baby.

Gässling have attempted to replicated that split-second shot in the physical, with their brilliant shattering lamps.

3D printed in white nylon, the Swedish design group's lights come in three suitably-named styles: Oops I dropped the bulb (ideal for crashing into a table top), Bullet meet bulb (the perfect living room fragmentation light) and Wrecking bulb (we hear Cyrus is a big fan).

Available for £331 (€399), you can pick up (carefully, mind) a lamp from the Gässling site.

(Images: Gässling)

(Via: Fubiz.net)

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