Christopher Moulder is a Composer of Light.
That’s a pretty big introduction, I’m really not sure where to go from here; ooh, maybe also, his bowel movements smell like freshly baked cinnamon rolls?
From the Christopher Moulder website:
Christopher Moulder is a composer of light. His works possess a flow and visual rhythm that leave indelible signatures on the spaces they inhabit. His chandeliers, pendants, and ceiling and wall mounted fixtures span a broad range of styles: from sea and sky inspired rhapsodies that swim and soar, to architectural, sculptural designs that assert their quiet presence with elegantly refined gestures.
Fabricated using only the finest, texturally sophisticated materials, and meticulously engineered to the highest standards, these works of lighting art transform commercial and residential spaces.
Christopher’s studio is based in Atlanta, Georgia but his work travels the world. He creates and builds both one-of-a-kind sculptural lighting artworks designed for specific sites, and an original line of lighting fixtures made to order.
He welcomes inquiries from designers, architects and private collectors alike.
He’s not lyin’ folks, his work is muy excelente. Here’s the latest thing called the Schproket Lighting System, and it’s pretty beautiful. Check it out – in a desire to use low-voltage lighting to create socketless, wire-less lamps, this amazing series came out of Christopher Moulder’s brain:
These pieces are absolutely outstanding — it’s almost as if Christopher has designed little plasma rings of light that emanate these crisp, hot little points of fire to warm up whatever room it finds itself radiating inside:
and perhaps Dieter’s favorite, Hanging Schprokets:
Beautiful. You also have to go sit on Christopher’s website and just let the rotating background gallery do its thing, he really has some lovely, lovely work! Here’s a few shots from it, which makes me wonder WHY YOU’RE NOT THERE CHECKING IT OUT!!!
Amazing. Now check out a gallery of Schprokets, this is some beautiful work!
Thanks to DesignBoom!