Eleven Eclectic Eyeglass Sculptures

Every year, we do a round up of eyeglass lamps-chandeliers. I know I have missed a few that were posted in some of the forums. This might be somewhat of a trend, not just the reuse part, but taking some of your vintage goods and creating shady sculptures. They are eye-catching, create a talk factor, unique and show a fantastic reuse story.

1.) This Sunglass Sculpture consists of  4000 oakley frogskin sunglasses chandelier in a store. Via Ispira Blog

Found on blog.ispira.com

Found on blog.ispira.com

2.) This sculpture/ lighting is huge and if you look in the background, there is another one. Wish I could give image credit.

Image credit Unknown

Image credit Unknown

3.) Another eyeglass lamp in an optometric office.

Optica La Perla. Oviedo •

Optica La Perla. Oviedo •

4.) Not a lamp, just a sculpture. It looks like you can do something similar with a tomato cage.

Image Credit Lunettes A-C-Scoffoni

Image Credit Lunettes A-C-Scoffoni

5.) Image credit unknown on this one. Again a lamp with a mixed use of both sun and Rx eyewear.

eyeglass chandlier

Image: chixpix.wordpress.com

Image: chixpix.wordpress.com

6.) ClearVision Optical version of the Eyewear lamp.

ClearVision Optical

ClearVision Optical

7.) Terracycle’s building in Mexico was in an old eyeglass factory.. what else.. reuse..

Terracycle Floating #Eyeglass Chandelier

Terracycle Floating #Eyeglass Chandelier

8.) This Chandelier was made with 541 Gotti Sunglasses to celebrate their 20th anniversary. I don’t know if these were old, but what a great way to reuse sunglasses and eyeglasses.

Gotti-chandelier-3

Gotti-chandeleir 2

gotti-eyeglass chandlier

9.) Southern Tier Optometry version of the lens lamp.

Southern Tier Optometry via Pinterest

Southern Tier Optometry via Pinterest

10. This new edition seems to have welded frames togethers for this look

11.) Toms Eyewear Lens Window Display

Toms Eyewear

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  1. Loving the new look! Getting some inspiration for my eyewear blog. Very interesting pieces. I like the lamps more than the sculptures. I guess if you had the space and it was very logically placed the sculptures would be great.