chandelier made from 3,000 gummy bears by kevin champeny chandelier made from 3,000 gummy bears by kevin champeny
dec 07, 2012

chandelier made from 3,000 gummy bears by kevin champeny

‘candelier’ by kevin champeny



‘candelier’ by new-york artist kevin champeny celebrates the iconic sweet – the gummy bear. made up of 3,000 hand cast acrylic bears, the polychromatic light spans an 18 inch diameter, filling a space with a saccharine glow. the designs are hand-made by champeny for american company jellio.












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  • Looks pretty amazing) Is it functional? Or just a piece of decor?
    I think I can make something similar myself – what an entertaining)

    William Miller says:
  • simplistic so so so so so so what

    Paedra says:
  • Please show lamps in a dark room (switched on) 🙁

    dlk says:
  • Nice & colorful, but I can see it becoming a chandelier of
    3 thousand cockroaches if hung in a real house.

    scotto says:
  • “…made up of 3,000 hand cast acrylic bears…”. luckily cockroaches don’t eat acrylic…

    tess says:
  • Read the post. The bears are acrylic. So Long lasting! Just not as tasty…

    T23 says:
  • Biiiiig deal! So he he hand-cast the bears, so he strung them together… really! and its worthy of being showcased here? C’mon you can do better.

    Shabnam says:
  • Has this guy ever watched iCarly? Because Spencer made a chandelier just like this for Carly when he redecorated her room. Or did iCarly get the idea from this guy?

    Donavexx says:
  • OMG that’s soooooo cool!!

    Zhoni says:

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