Pelle’s Incise Paintings feature glass bulbs peeking out of slits of painted canvas
New York City design studio Pelle has created lights that pop through incisions in painted canvas surfaces.
Called Incise Paintings, the collection comprises a series of lights that poke through boldly coloured and framed canvases.
Pelle drew influence from the works of Lucio Fontana, an early 20th-century Argentine-Italian painter and sculptor, for the series.
“We just wanted to make this particularly beautiful object – a painted canvas floating inside a wood frame – much like the way a mid-20th century masterwork painting is presented to us in museums and galleries,” Pelle co-founder Jean Pelle told Dezeen…