These lamps are made of waste paper obtained from a Vietnamese printer, in the same manner as classic Vietnamese garlands. Each Hallelujah consists of 500 colourful sheets – leftover covers for a local glossy magazine. Each sheet is printed with lines of glue and stuck to the one before it. When the stack is thick enough, it is cut into the right shape and the first sheet glued to the last. The Hallelujah lamps give off a fine, colourful filtered light. Since no two magazines are the same, each lamp has a colour mood all its own. Wonderable has pictures of all the individual lamps – ask to see them and choose your favourite.

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