The Tale about Bright Ripple
The surface of Bright Ripple imitates the phenomena known from nature, as capillary waves, which is the rings that does appear on the surface of liquid, when an object is breaking it. These rings creates a distinct pattern and illustrates the relation between cause and effect, much like Newtons Cradle. This hints at that everything is related, and what happens in south, affects the conditions in north and vice versa – in other words, this an embodiment of the ripple effect expressed on a spherical shape, not much different from a planet.
Bright Ripple is shaped by a mathematical pattern, in strong aesthetic opposition to Barroco, which is unique and amorf. One could say that if Barocco is yin, Ripple is Yang, one cannot be fully understood without the other. Both projects are rooted in nature; Bright Barocco explores natural variation within a set of rules and Bright Ripple journeys the idea of rhythm, patterns and flirts with Fibonacci numbers. Both projects has strong poetic qualities, yet the beauty are expressed in very different forms.
Bright Ripple is classic and Bright Barocco, is baroque. The two lamps are each polemic examples of the two universal aesthetic languages, and between them you have the full spectrum.
Bright Ripple is produced from mouth blown glass, and comes with a solid brass lid.