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Originally designed by Ed Carpenter when he was studying product design at London's Royal College of Art, the Pigeon Light was exhibited at his degree show in summer 2001. It has now gone into production in a selection of bright colours with equally brightly coloured, but contrasting electrical flexes. Dimensions 21cm high x 21cm long x 6cm deep
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