i’m jealous of jeff risinger & mark winn II

Obviously I’m going to need all of these lamps {aka Tupperlights}. I am totally dating myself by getting excited about this, but I can remember my mom hosting Tupperware parties, and then making jello-molds with bits of fruit and tiny marshmallows… do people still do either of those things? Well, not Jeff Risinger and Mark Winn II. From their studio in Ypsilanti, Michigan, they take these outdated Tupperware containers and turn them into updated, stylish, warm & glowy light fixtures for your home… jello not included.

{You can buy any of these lamps today at their Etsy store, Boots n’ Gus.}

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  2. James /// 06.03.2010 /// 4:45pm

    Charming…I remember my mother doing this at the cottage…thing is…using a wattage to much almost burned the cottage down…be careful…go flourescent!

  3. Liesl /// 06.03.2010 /// 7:52pm


    You might also be jealous of Australian sculptor Donna Marcus, she makes her work from metal cake tins, colanders, tea pots and so on.

  4. The Jealous Curator /// 06.03.2010 /// 9:32pm

    Very cool! Thanks Liesl.
    psst… I’m pretty jealous of you too! Stay tuned…

  5. Layne /// 06.11.2010 /// 10:50am

    I LOVE these light fixtures. I’m so glad you posted this.

  6. Bootsngus /// 06.14.2010 /// 4:23pm

    Thanks for the positive feedback! Thanks most of all to the Jealous Curator for including our work on this amazing blog! We are very honored to be apart of such beautiful work. Stop by anytime and thanks again

    -BootsNGus = ^..^= Jeff & Mark

  7. The Jealous Curator /// 06.14.2010 /// 6:35pm

    Well thank you for making me so jealous… and for putting me in the mood for jello! Keep up the lovely work : )