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Invader, a lamp inspired by The War of the Worlds

It's not that the movie War of the Worlds I was very excited, dazzling the George Wells novel and certainly light years away from what the Orson Welles radio serial should have been like, but the Invader lamp, inspired by her, has something captivating.

Thought as a small table lamp, this small space invader that we must build ourselves from pieces of plywood, instead of annihilating our papers and nourishing themselves with fluff, will illuminate our work area with a light sifted by its wooden skeleton.

Ideal for a science fiction fan or for those who want to give a fun touch to objects that normally go unnoticed. If you don't like this model but the idea, its designer, David Zhang, has created similar ones that just convince you.

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Video: Orson Welles - War Of The Worlds - Radio Broadcast 1938 - Complete Broadcast. (March 2020).

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