On permanent display at the Museum of Modern Art (MOMA) is GARLAND SHADE LIGHT, an etched, laser-cut silver-plated brass, created by Dutch-born designer TORD BOONTJE (born 1968). This cascading floral shade reflects Boontje's fascination with the intricate, romantic aesthetic of 17th and 18th century objects. The delicately etched botanical patterns are created using photographic process normally employed in the manufacture of electronic components. The lamp is made from a continuous metal strand that is wrapped around the light bulb and may be shaped into any form. I took a photo of one of the displays at MOMA and converted the image to black-and-white.