Posted by marc September 26, 2016

I see the light! JFo, who you may remember from the LED-equipped Valentine's Day Dunny, has started to reveal a new series of 3 inch custom Dunnys inspired by lamps. Utilitarian to some, lamps are functional art to others, with Tiffany of course being a household name. The first reveal is Lord Fringy Lampington, which recreates the classic stained glass and fringe lamp style. "It features a custom-made lightbulb, functional on/off switch and is USB powered to light up your shelf, desk or life for years," says JFo. There will be a total of 40 custom Dunnys, with 5 of them being Lord Fringy Lampington. That sounds like a lot of work - and a lot of Dunnys. Says JFo, "I scored a great deal on a Dunny lot on Ebay, and once I plucked all of the ones that I didn’t have, I was left with a BUNCH of extras and duplicates. Rather than try and just flip them back up on to Ebay I got the idea to try doing an entire series of customs inspired by the theme I started with the Pulsing Heart." Keep an eye on his Instagram for more reveals and purchasing info.

Check out Pulsing Heart here | See more custom Dunnys here


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