Tim Fishlock created this chandelier out of 1243 suspended incandescent light bulbs as a memorial to the light source that has served us, nearly unchanged, since its creation 130 years ago.
By 2011, all forms of incandescent light in the UK (where Fishlock lives) will have been phased out in the name of greenness.
(As you probably guessed by the lack of wires, not all 1243 bulbs are functional-- there is only one actual light source at the very center.)
I'm all for greenness, but I've got to say, I'm feeling a little nostalgic already for the incandescent bulb. Or at least, I wish they'd go ahead and figure out a way to make CFL light (and their bulbs) prettier. Will they ever be able to make a CFL bulb that looks like an old Edison filament bulb, like the below?