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YOY Depth Light

YOY, a Tokyo based design studio, and creators of the very cool Peel Wall Light, have introduced the YOY Depth Light, a photo that features a lantern that actually lights up. In addition to the central part of the lantern lighting up, the shadow created by the light illuminates the body of the lantern and the floor, bringing depth to the photo. The light-emitting wall art is a simple structure, the back of the photo is a transparent sheet that conceals a LED light and light-guiding panel. When it is turned off, it looks like a two-dimensional photo of a vintage oil lantern. watch the video below with the cool effect



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WATERVILLA | BY PLUS 31 ARCHITECTS | Image

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