A model ship inside a light bulb
A model ship inside a light bulb, made by Dashwood-Howard
Snowman Light Bulb
Snowman Head Light Bulb made from a globe bulb
Elf Light Bulb
Dog Light Bulbs
Cow Light Bulb
Caroler Light Bulb
Christmas Light bulb Angels
Alien Black Light Bulb
Black Light Bulb
Canadian Light Bulb
Chocolate Light Bulb
Light Bulb Lollipop
Glass Light Bulb Candy Jar
This clever jar can be filled with mouth-watering jellybeans or other delicious treats. It's also ideal for storing paperclips and other desktop necessities. Gold foil label can be engraved with your personal message.
Crucifix and Cross Light Bulb
6" tall, 3 1/4" wide at the base (bulb is 2 3/4" wide). Cross decorated with painted flowers, a ladder, a spear, and a banner with INRI. A beautifully carved and painted figure of Christ on the cross. The base is made of stepped layers of wood, painted black and silver.
Light bulb aquarium
Exploding light bulb
A floating glass shelf on glass set. Cyanoacrylate ester (Super Glue) kept the shards of glass from rolling away. Baby powder was used for the "dust" in the explosion. A nice effect for a "still-life." No digital retouching. Original illustration for Institutional Investor Magazine.
Light Bulb, Oshawa, Ontario
Sealed Airballoon Light Bulb
A levitating wirelessly powered lightbulb
Lightbulb uses a special bulb, inside which magnets and circuitry are hidden. Using a magnetic hall effect sensor, an electromagnet, and a [modified] PD feedback system, it floats a lightbulb stably in the air, while power is transmitted wirelessly from the base of the sculpture into the bulb. LEDs in the bulb rectify this AC power and convert it to light. The power transfer functions very similarly to how radio station tuning works and requires a well tuned matched pair of resonant windings, but allows power transmission over through the air.
Oil lamp light bulb
Giant Light Bulb
Edison, Thomas A., February 1938.
This giant light bulb, 14 feet high, will surmount the $100,000 Edison Memorial Tower at Menlo Park, New Jersey, in commemoration of the invention of the incandescent electric light. The giant bulb was completed early in November at the Corning Glass Works where a crew of expert workers took eight months to finish the job. In preparing the bulb for shipment more than 6,000 pounds of Pyrex glass were fitted over a curved steel skeleton weighing three tons. When finally set up the bulb will be outfitted with 960 incandescent electric lights with a 24-inch reflector to be utilized as an airplane beacon.
World's Longest Continually Burning Lightbulb
Fire Station #6, 4550 East Avenue, Livermore, California, www.centennialbulb.org
Over a hundred years ago, a light bulb was installed in a fire station in Livermore, California and it has been burning continuously ever since. Well, almost. The bulb has been moved to new locations a few time. Photo by Dick Jones c/o the Centennial Bulb web site.
Lightbulb Plasma globe
1KW and 1500W lighbulbs on a tesla coil, the corona streamers from the filament structure snake around the inside of the glass very much like a plasma globe.
Tesla Light Bulb
Nikola Tesla holding a gas-filled phosphor-coated light bulb which was illuminated without wires by an electromagnetic field from a Tesla Coil