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I would love to have one of these at my place

Creep out visitors to your haunted house or other festivities with a little touch like this dragon lantern porch light. So much creepier than the stuff people usually with!

Plaque d'interrupteur double steampunk poulpe. par SookeSculptures, $22.00

Amazing faux aged silver and gold steampunk octopus double light switch cover/plate. This fits standard double toggle light switch plates as seen

Desk Lamp - Though I'd figure out a way to put the switch in the vacuum diaphragm.

Man Cave Light Distributor Lamp, combined this with the air filter lampshade and your set.

Industrial light made from recycled transmission gears.

Industrial Desk Lamp - Machine Gear Task Light Steampunk Rat Rod - Vintage parts

By Andrew Liszewski I can’t think of a better way to keep annoying co-workers (or really anyone for that matter) from hanging around your desk than with this unique lamp.

'Spine Lamp' by Mark Beam All inspired by the anatomy of the human spine. So awesome. Is the spine flexible, too? Dream study lamp for medical school!

Car Parts - Upcycle Reuse Recycle Repurpose DIY / Crankshaft Lamp

THis part of the car is very sensitive. If it is off by a millimiter it is unusable. Car Parts - Upcycle Reuse Recycle Repurpose DIY / Crankshaft Lamp

American Piston Lamp Table & Desk Lamps American Conceptual Design Piston Recycled Steampunk Steel

American Piston Desk Lamp

Hand crafted industrial desk lamp made from recycled motorcycle parts. This lamp is based on a Yamaha Piston with a custom light fixture

Octopus Accent Lamp Normally shy, the marbleized amber art glass head of this charming cephalopod gently glows when illuminated. Resting on his intricately cast resin arms with antique bronze patina. Yours for a mere $70. http://www.smithsonianstore.com

Normally shy, the marbleized amber art glass head of this charming cephalopod gently glows when illuminated. Resting on his intricately cast resin arms with antique bronze patina.

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