You Didn’t Have to Make This, Vol. 3: This Creepy AF Foreskin Lamp

You Didn’t Have to Make This, Vol. 3: This Creepy AF Foreskin Lamp

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Interior décor can say a lot about a person. Some folks choose to turn their homes into a greenhouse of sorts, covering every surface with plants they painstakingly keep alive day after day. Others prefer Scandinavian minimalism — a blend of woven textiles, bright spaces and simplicity. And some people want to buy this foreskin lamp.

Yes, this foreskin lamp is our latest “You didn’t have to make this” entry, after the fleshlight resembling a character from A Bug’s Life and The Testicuzzi, a personal hot tub for your testicles.

The Love in Light Lamp, created by Monsby, is truly a sight to behold. Priced at £5,000, only 50 of them have been made — and only 12 are still available (at the time of publication). That’s right, 38 homes will be displaying this immaculately designed light fixture, and you, too, can join their ranks.

The item description of the foreskin lamp is as follows:

World most popular Lamp ever. 20,000,000+ views on Social networks just in 3 days. New design icon, one item is on its way to Design Museum. The ancient and deep meaning behind cheeky, ridiculous and funny design.

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This glorious foreskin lamp is turned on by unsheathing its fabric.

(The Love in Light Lamp is also available as an NFT, or “non-fungible token,” which the author of this article is not going to pretend to understand. Here’s an article on NFTs for the curious.)

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Monsby is an anonymous artist based out of London with a particular focus on limited-edition design. All of their work, which includes Real Campbell’s Soup Cans (an homage to Andy Warhol) and a framed piece of art entitled “Capitalism Hole,” comes with a Certificate of Authenticity. Monsby’s art is certainly one-of-a-kind, and runs the gamut of functional to purely decorative.

Luckily for fans of the Love in Light foreskin lamp, you get both function and décor with this item. You can purchase it here.

What do you think of the Love in Light foreskin lamp? Do you need this for your home?

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