Designers Javier Henriquez and Sebastian Lara from the Mexican studio Eos MÃ©xico came up with this beautiful bit of interior lighting called 'Birds On A Wire'. They call it that because it bears a striking resemblance to three birds resting on a wire. I forget how the saying goes, but I think it's something like "Birds on a wire make for attractive lighting, but birds caught shitting on my car will be killed and fed to the cats." I'm pretty sure that's a fairy tale or something.
Birds On A Wire - Beautiful Illumination [geekalerts]
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