The BITE ME edible desk lamp features a colored, flavored bio-plastic frame, a strip of adhesive-backed electronics and two power cords
The metal strips that provide electrical power to the LED circuit board have been laser-cut to form script lettering that describes the lamp and lists the ingredients of the bio-plastic frame
At the end of the lamp's useful life, the electronics strip can be peeled away from the body and re-used elsewhere
The colorful frame of Victor Vetterlein's "BITE ME" desk lamp is made from edible bio-plastic and can be either eaten or thrown in the compost at the end of its useful life
The lamp's body is made from a mix of agar vegetable glycerin, purified water, food coloring and orange, cherry, blueberry or apple organic extract flavoring
After soaking the cleaned bio-plastic frame in water for an hour, the flavored frame can be safely consumed
When it comes to a light meal, Victor Vetterlein's "BITE ME" desk lamp has got you covered. The body of the brightly colored creation is made from bio-plastic that can be safely consumed at the end of its useful life. If eating lamps doesn't start your digestive juices flowing, the frame can also be thrown in the compost. Either way, the rather attractive electronics strip can be peeled away from the body and re-used elsewhere.
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