Dutch designers Maarten Baas and Bertjan Pot have combined their distinct styles to create a range of lamps and light-up mirrors for handmade products manufacturer DHPH. The products are formed from unevenly molded colored clay wrapped around steel frames – a material that Baas has worked with for many years. Chunky gem-shaped LED bulbs that Pot has previously used to created carnival-style lighting are embedded into each of the pieces in various arrangements. The mirrors are surrounded by frames made from the clay-covered steel. A tall standing model with a rounded top has three panels, with the side sections angled slightly inwards. The wall-mounted edition has a flat square portion that supports another reflective surface above, which points down to show the top of the user’s head. Look at the pictures of their works below!