Each of these lamps are unique. Inspired by the life cycle of recycled materials, they are made from the pulp of four egg cartons that are blended and spread over a mold, then dried. The lamp is named "Trash Me". To that end, it can quickly be disassembled, reused or recycled once you've grown tired of it's utilitarian form. It was designed by New York-based, Victor Vetterlein. He utilized bird seed to stabilize the base of the lamp, aluminum screws and even the electrical cord is made of recycled material. Get yours at the MoMa store. It's on sale right now.