When the aliens finally come to sweep you up into their tentacled embrace, their dazzling lights may disorient you so much, you'll be helpless to stop them. So it's best to prepare by getting one of Jason Dietz's UFO lamps.

We've already shown you lamps that celebrate the wonder of cow abductions, but Dietz's handiwork is something new and wonderful.

Dietz tells Make Magazine:
These are handmade UFO lamps. They stand 5-feet 5-inches tall and are made out of recycled glass tubes, light diffusers, and acrylic rings. They hold approximately 10 gallons of water each. They use a series of different lights that include CFLs, LEDs, and halogens. They each have a 110-volt 20-gallon air pump that produces the bubbles from the bottom. The theme is a cow being abducted out of a grassy pasture — look carefully to see the cow in the giant plasma tube.


These lamps were available for sale at Maker Faire this past weekend, but you might be able to snag one by contacting Dietz at the address listed on this YouTube video: