Studio Banana (Madrid, Spain; London, United Kingdom; Lausanne, Switzerland, founded 2007); Silicone, LEDs, lithium-ion battery; Courtesy of Studio Banana

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0502, Kangaroo Light, 2014

A soft, bendable hexagon is made of glowing, quilted silicone. It has twenty-four LEDs hidden within. This rechargeable, portable light can emit light in a steady glow or in a variety of pulsing patterns. Designed by Studio Banana.

Studio Banana (Madrid, Spain; London, United Kingdom; Lausanne, Switzerland, founded 2007); Silicone, LEDs, lithium-ion battery; Courtesy of Studio Banana

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