Tanya Clarke, the daughter of famous environmental activist Tony Clarke, puts recycled plumbing hardware, handmade glass droplets and LED lights together to create a visual reminder of our environmental responsibilities. Using water as the theme, she has created lighting fixtures at a company she named Liquid Lights. The light fixtures are not only appealing and green, but five percent of the sales are used to assist in global water education, action and justice issues via the Polaris Institute.
With the successful fusion of art, function and environmental awareness, Tanya has designed creative fixtures that cast soft shades of light and are reminiscent of flowing water.
Can you imagine having hundreds of these water droplet lights hanging from your ceiling?
I think it would be a magnificent display of lights!