This desk lamp resembling bent blades of grass is by American designer Victor Vetterlein.
The LED lights at the end of each stem are designed to look like rain droplets, which in nature both weigh down the tips of long grass and reflect sunlight.
The stalks are coated in green rubber and can be bent in different directions.
Here's some more text from the designer:
Introducing a new LED desk lamp called Fresh by Victor Vetterlein. The design is inspired by tall wet grass, where the water droplets amplify sunlight and the grass stems bend downward from the weight of the moisture.
The stems of Fresh are bendable in all directions to direct prismatic light as a group or individually.
The lamp is composed of a rubber coated metal base, neoprene coated solid aluminum arms, and a dimmable LED light source with an acrylic magnifying lens.
The power voltage converter necessary for operating the low energy light source is placed in the base of the lamp for additional counterbalance. Fresh provides a splash of color and a whisper of Spring to a home or office desk.
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