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Brief Published: 5 Dec 2012

Jellyfish Lighting


Created by Ryan Jongwoo Choi – a student at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in London – Jellyfish Lighting is comprised of a circular silicon disk with solar panels embedded in its centre.

The vacuum-like suction at the centre of this solar-powered light allows it to attach to various surfaces – like windows and walls – broadening its access to shifting solar rays After the solar panels gather energy from the sun, the pliant jellyfish-like silicon disk that surrounds the panels emits a glowing light, well-suited for illuminating dark corners or just creating an atmospheric glow.

The Jellyfish Light received a bronze award in the 2012 international Spark Design competition.

Jellyfish Lighting