Guus Oosterbaans Makes The Compact Fluorescent Bulb Less Ugly
Aug 20, 2013 09:18
Compact fluorescent bulbs are more energy efficient than their incandescent counterparts but a sad fact remains: they are ugly. So Guus Oosterbaans is trying to make them less of an eyesore to everyone.
His DIY approach involves cutting out a series of butterfly shapes from transparent tinted acetate and attaching them to the bulb. What do you think? If you don't have a lamp to hide the bulb we suppose it makes pretty for the eyes. [Findings of Guus Oosterbaan via Notcot]
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