It is everywhere around us, but we fail to notice it. Yasuhito Hirose became fascinated with the effect (sun)light will have on dust: it will make it sparkle and whirl. This has inspired him to create a lamp that will attract dust.
The Muul light isn’t as much about the light itself but is more about the effects of it. Look at that pattern and it looks innately familiar, but also incredibly calming. The Muul harnesses water’s ability to bend light, creating a caustic network of beautiful light patterns that sway and change with the water’s ripples. When you switch the Muul on, you’re immediately audience to these beautiful reflections as they dance around Muul’s blank canvas.
'The Monk Lamp' has a cool backstory, look at it carefully and try and think of an organization/faith from a cult movie series, the lamp honestly has a Jedi vibe to it, for copyright reasons, the name(Try Design)