This Is Not a F****** Droog Light Light
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Design by Castor, 2007.
Mood lighting for rock stars.
Guitar pedals are the inspiration for this light. 12-volt rubber truck lights plug into a power box using guitar jacks. Lights can then be placed anywhere using metal pucks and magnets.
Provides direct and ambient illumination. Available in one, three or five light versions. 12V transformer is included and is housed in the metal box. Includes toggle switches and LED indicator lights.
- DG-1: 1 X 48"L cord
- DG-3: 1 X 48"L and 2 X 24"L cords
- DG-5: 2 X 48"L and 3 X 24"L cords
Material(s): Aluminum, Rubber, Rare Earth Magnets
- DG-1 (body): 4"L X 2"H X 2"Extension
- DG-3 (body): 7.25"L X 4.5"H X 2"Extension
- DG-5 (body): 7.25"L X 4.5"H X 2"Extension
Lamp Type: LOW VOLTAGE HALOGEN
- DG-1: 1 X 25W 12V screw terminal base PAR36 flood lamp (included)
- DG-3: 3 X 25W 12V screw terminal base PAR36 flood lamps (included)
- DG-5: 5 X 25W 12V screw terminal base PAR36 flood lamps (included)
Model(s): DG-1 DG-3 DG-5
Established in 2006, Castor is Brian Richer, a trained architectural stone carver with a degree in English literature, and Kei Ng, a trained architect with a background in set design. Castor's work has been described as a cross between Guy Maddin and Larry Clark with a side of Stompin' Tom Connors. They are interested in the middle ground between high design and ribald yokelism. Materials and reuse of materials is also an important part of Castor's aesthetic. Burnt out bulbs to make lighting, a rusty shipping container to make a sauna - this re-contextualization of materials is a primary design consideration for Castor.
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