Custom Primal / ArtJL "Funfair" lamp
Custom Primal / ArtJL "Funfair" lamp
Custom Primal / ArtJL "Funfair" lamp
Custom Primal / ArtJL "Funfair" lamp

Custom Primal / ArtJL “Funfair” lamp

345,00

This custom lamp was made from an old “Star” brand heater from the 60s.

  • Color : Purple
  • Materials : Iron
  • Dimensions : H.40 x L.29 x P.22 cm
  • Lighting : Edison LED
  • Date of upcycled product : 60’s

Free delivery in metropolitan France.

Available: 1 in stock

In the retro universe of Primal, we meet a multitude of characters straight from the Victorian or Napoleonic era. With this lamp, the artist invites us to a fun fair. Vintage and street-art are waiting for you.

Jérôme Peyronnet, creator of the ArtJL brand, has fitted this lamp with an Edison lighting system via an aluminum grille. What allow you to project a soft and warm light in your interior.

Custom Primal / ARTJL finish.

Unique model, signed and numbered ArtJL218.

Primal is a Montpellier artist from the Atelier Triptyque collective. He built himself a universe around retro, skinned, dismantled characters. His scenes are punctuated by a tangle of geometric and organic elements. Shared between dream and quirky atmosphere. Most often, Primal represents for him the complexity of a tormented mind.

Primal owes its inspiration to the world of comics. His work is mainly on canvas, but he also explores a maximum of supports, places, which enrich his way of conceiving.

Here, we find his universe on a heater brand "Etoile" from the 60s transformed into a lamp.

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« In my professional decoration, I chose an ArtJL lamp. A unique piece, design and timeless. This is what I look for in the art objects that I buy. Thank you for this piece which found its place within my professional universe. » (Luc A., Toulouse)

« These lamps projected me in my childhood with the heaters that were in my grandparents. Their mood lighting fits perfectly into my industrial style living room.» (Stéphane H., Montpellier)