You've turned up the brightness on five great desk lamp contenders, and now it's time to put a spotlight on the best. Read up and vote.
We recently outlined the best upgrades for your office, but now it's time to shed some light on the desk lamp situation. Which lamp is most deserving of real estate on your desk? Tell us in the comments.
Nikola Tesla's ghostly face isn't the most significant part of this photograph. It's the light—emitted by a fluorescent light bulb of Tesla's own invention. It was taken in 1894, decades before fluorescent lights came into popular use.
If your dining room is in dire need of tentacles (and have several grand to spare), this stained glass chandelier is happy to oblige, with detachable limbs that can prop up candles or glow all on their own.
Designers Hilden & Diaz have created a fixture that can transport you to a dark forest with the flick of a light switch. When you turn on this chandelier, you're suddenly engulfed in a tangle of tree-shaped shadows.
In film, photo and video, lighting is everything. The arresting visual effect showcased here illustrates why.
Ever wanted to give your inner sanctum sanctorum some flickering evil genius style lighting? That mad scientist's lair you've been silently constructing in the basement can now have ready-made lighting, complete with brass fixtures, tube lights, and skull knobs. Gothic Glow has made it much easier to have…