Waste Tyres Turned Into Joyful Lights

The main purpose of this product was to enhance the beauty of the tyres as well as space. The LED light fixed in a metal frame which holds the tyres, helps it creating a beautiful ambience.

Karishma Mistry turned waste tyres into something dazzling. She created the following striking objects out of waste tyres:

Deepmal: A Tyre Lamp

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This lamp was made out of waste tyre cut-outs. She chose different sizes of waste tyres, cut them and connected those pieces with MS rings.

The main purpose of this product was to enhance the beauty of the tyres as well as space. The LED light fixed in a metal frame which holds the tyres, helps it creating a beautiful ambience. And the golden colour painted inside the tyre cut-outs enhances the beauty of the lamp.

This pendant lamp can be used in garden restaurants, automobile showrooms, dhaba, cafeterias, exhibition spaces, resorts etc.

Materials: waste scooter tyres, MS rods, rubber paint, acrylic golden colour paint

Tarangan: A Party Mood Light

Tarangan

Crafting a bubbly, party, joyful mood with waste tyre lamp using led light strips. Karishma found the grips of the tyre very interesting hence drilled holes in grips of the tyre. Then Fixed an LED strip light inside the tyre and partially sealed the inner side of the tyre using the strips of the tyre tube with rubber glue.

The keywords for this product were bubbly, party, joyful, ring, decoration and happy. The light coming out from the drilled holes of tyre creates a beautiful pattern on a surface and helps the tyre creating a party mood. This product can be hung vertically, horizontally and can also be kept on a surface. It can be used as a party mood light and a decorative piece.

Materials: Waste scooter tyre, waste tyre tube, LED strip lights, clutch wire, rubber paint.

About the Designer:

Karishma Mistry is the designer behind the beautiful lamps. She has completed her Masters in furniture design from National Institute of Design, Ahmedabad

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