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Can Lights make good use of old milk cans to illuminate your space

Can Lights by Sarah Pease

Hardly a day passes when we don’t come across some eco friendly designs made using recycled materials. Designers from across the globe are putting junk to good use with their extraordinary creations. Made by student designer Sarah Pease of Rhode Island, Can Lights give a new life to the old milk cans. The worn out looks of the dented aluminum body brings a rustic touch to any setting. Great for use as directional spotlights, a reading light or as a light fixture to put focus on something important, the Can Lights are a sure conversation starter that will never go unnoticed by your guests.

Sarah Pease, who aims to create products that challenge perceptions of value and function, has been featured in Dwell Magazine as one of the “youngest and most promising designing minds at work today”.

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