Art Studio

I've shown you my teacher's cockpit before. Well, with the changing of the seasons, my corner has gotten very dark, which made it look like I was in a police line-up on Zoom and was straining my eyes. But there wasn't really room for a lamp, and I didn't want a spotlight shining on the top of my head anyhow. So, I went searching for a creative lighting solution and came up with this fabulous metal sign from Rustalgic.
They can customize the words on your sign (which are magnetic, so can be changed or moved around. And it's just enough ambient light without a lamp shining a spotlight on my head. Isn't it fun? This is our Christmas present for the flat this year.
(Click the image to see it on their site.)

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