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Design Sleuth: Incandescent Light Sculptures

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Design Sleuth: Incandescent Light Sculptures

Julie Carlson September 13, 2012

Admired at San Francisco's Atelier Crenn, a small outpost of forward-looking gastronomy on Fillmore Street: Incandescent light sculptures by Portland, OR-based glass artist Dylan Kehde Roelofs.

Above: A row of Roelofs' light sculptures at Atelier Crenn.

Above: A closeup of the light.

Above: More examples of incandescent light sculptures by Dylan Kehde Roelofs.

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