"Star Ship" Chandelier Boldly Lights Where No Lamp Has Lit Before

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13 Responses to “"Star Ship" Chandelier Boldly Lights Where No Lamp Has Lit Before”

  1. Avram / Moderator says:

    If it were a more literal representation, the company would have to pay big bucks to Paramount.

  2. tenacious d says:

    i hope this isnt being posted as something to actually buy, because that is a stunningly poor representation of the big E.

  3. Santa's Knee says:

    The design looks more Klingon than Federation…

  4. Anonymous says:

    boldly glows?

  5. Steve Schnier says:

    The lamp looks like Matt Jeffries early production design/model of The Enterprise. According to the story, Gene Roddenberry picked up the model and held it upside down (as we know it today).

  6. Art says:

    @#12 Avram-”If it were a more literal representation, the company would have to pay big bucks to Paramount.”

    Avram’s got a good point there! Licensing fees would be “astronomical”(pun intended)to accurately reproduce the Enterprise.

  7. sharkeysday says:

    Have you seen this lovely lamp? I really need one: http://abductionlamp.com

  8. oxymoron69 says:

    A Borg Cube would make a far better overhead lighting solution than Lady Enterprise.

    Although, if said lamp were remade(and right-side up) with appropriate materials, details and lots of blinky LED lighting… I would want.

  9. evilpyrate says:

    There’s been a Death Star model for years. It’s more commonly referred to as a disco ball…

  10. dculberson says:

    “that is a stunningly poor representation of the big E”

    Aww, I think it’s great. Not all representations have to be literal – just try to tell me you don’t look at that and think “Star Trek.” And if you do, then it’s successful.

  11. haineux says:

    “that is a stunningly poor representation of the big E”

    Someone hit send before seeing the C7 “candle” bulbs in the warp nacelles.

    They OBVIOUSLY cry out for being replaced with either blacklight bulbs, or perhaps the flickering neon “candleflame” ones for just a soupçon of Steam Punk.

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