The Hourglass Lamp Collection is powered by kinetic energy generated from the falling of sand. This off-the-grid lighting solution illuminates interior environments using LEDs. When the hourglass is flipped over the falling sand passes through an internal mechanism that generates energy to power the light.
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Tilt it and swirl it, push the sand around with your finger, watch the air bubbles float up through the falling sand and look at the incredible designs. Brighten up your life with this incredible Glow in the Dark Sand Art iPhone 5/5s Case! Please allow 2-3 weeks for shipping.
The flow of sand proceeds in a fixed rhythm, incessant and unchanging, while the flowers ceaselessly bloom, wilt, and bloom again. When a person stands before this flow of falling sand, the sand’s path is changed by the person’s presence; the flow of the sand parts, and a space opens. The flowers beyond the sand change every month. Since ancient times, people have gazed at falling sand to gain a sense of the passing of short moments in time — and they watched the changing flowers to feel…