“The starting point of my work was to imagine and create a weird and unusual texture that I could then apply on different archetypal functional objects,” says Babin. The same lamp, made of basic cylinders and rectangles has been replicated into three tall versions and one small. On those empty and anonymous objects Babin applied unexpected textures, colors, and patterns, making each lamp either attractive or repulsive depending on the viewer. Chewed is in a British racing green color — a shiny and elegant paint usually used on sport cars; but this lamp won’t go anywhere with its irregular, bumpy, and heavy body. All the lamps come with their two standard LED G4 flat bulbs, and have a 100-240 V power supply, which allow them to work everywhere. They also have American adapters and are ready to be plugged. Each lamp is laid horizontal in a wooden box, with handles and feet.