Jellyfish are generally the last thing you want to see during summer, but we'll make an exception for these.
These Jellyfish lamps are a project which came about through the obsession of its creators, British designer Tristan Cochrane and Argentinian art director Paula Benvegnú, with the BBC documentary “The Blue Planet”, about life in the ocean.
Based in Barcelona, the pair came up with this idea using ribbon after endless TV marathons exploring the depths of the worlds' seas.
Rather like jellyfish themselves, none of the lamps are identical, as each one of them has their own spectrum of colours and intensities - a result of each one being hand crafted from 300-400 meters of ribbon.
"When the lamps are switched on in a dark room, the colourful jellyfish appear like ghosts from the blackness, just like they do in the darkness of the ocean.
The light from the bulb streams down the yards of ribbons and catches in rich pockets of brightness. These lamps can illuminate a corner, a desk, a restaurant or a hotel, be a reading lamp or an enchanting installation." say Tristan and Paula.
Whether you place them in groups of fifty or just hang one alone, we think they'd definitely leave an impact.
And best of all, not a stinger in sight.