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Spine Lamp Adds A Touch Of Creepy To Any Office

Spine Lamp (Image courtesy Mark Beam Studios) By Andrew Liszewski

I can’t think of a better way to keep annoying co-workers (or really anyone for that matter) from hanging around your desk than with this unique lamp that is shaped like a human spine.

Now I’m pretty sure it’s not an actual spine but nevertheless it looks realistic enough to creep out a few people. And if you were wondering the answer is yes, the neck of the lamp is also flexible allowing you to aim the light where you need it.

The Spine Lamp includes a marble base and classy gold paint finish and is available from Mark Beam Studios for only $1,500. At least that price includes shipping.

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  • Marco Polo

    $1500, are you kidding??!? That’s 5 f’n mortgage payments… cool looking, but just -a bit- overpriced..

  • http://n/a Nate

    You only pay $300/mo on a mortgage? What kind of a hole do you live in?

  • Adam

    Paint it black and it would be a lot more Giger-esque.

  • Joe

    It could be an ARM or some other interest only mortgage… I guess. or a 10×10 walk-in closet.

  • http://diggnews discman

    If anyone is interested you can make a lot of cool things with the rest of the skeleton.The skull makes a great flower holder. Ha Ha ! Just kidding.

  • John

    Notice the all seeing eye on the table in the frame…… is this a freemason creation?

  • Anonymous

    ewwwwwww!!

  • Linc

    Interesting idea – i’d prefer it in white or black too…maybe a ‘glow in the dark’ spine hehe.

    Anyway, that’s 3 months salary for me here (in south africa) – so yeah – we really are behind.

  • chinapolarbear

    i prefer it dirty white where it really looks like real bones and at the same time, use the skull as the head lamp. that would be real creepy and better. hehehe

  • http://www.classidol.com Dell

    When I first saw the lamp, I was like “where can I get this” and when I saw the price, I’m like, “It must be made out of gold to cost that much.” Its a novelty lamp, so I guess thats why the price tag is so steep.

  • meables

    the lamp can be bought at http://www.markbeam.com

  • Grobing

    It would be cheaper to use a real spine and then get rid of the rest of the corpse. Moreover it would look real. I kinda like the idea of using the skull as head lamp, gonna look into that.

  • http://www.ibrian.co.uk/ Brian Turner

    For $1500 I would expect gold plating, not gold paint. πŸ™‚

    Still, I can see a market for this – would be nice to have a choice of white or black instead, though. πŸ™‚

  • Anonymous

    Wonder if a chiropractor would like a lamp like that? Hmmm.

  • Chirogirl

    Yes we would

  • Chirogirl

    Yes we would

  • Chirogirl

    Yes we would

  • OnceAMule

    Ouch! I saw this and naively thought I’d order two — one for my chiropractor and one for my physical therapist . . . . but at $1,500? Sorry, guys — a appreciate you, but not that much.