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Dawn Contemporary Wall Lamp


The unique approach of Eduard Locota towards art, embrace the permeability between art and function. An unique lamp that is as much sculpture as it is design.



The “Dawn Wall Lamp” stands out not only for its conceptual depth but also for its material composition. The lamp combines coal with resin and light, creating a striking visual and tactile experience. The interplay of these elements—solid coal encased in resin, illuminated from within—produces a piece that is both visually arresting and deeply symbolic.

In this work, the medium remains a focal point, with the coal’s dark, textured surface contrasting sharply with the smooth, clear resin and the warm, diffuse light. This contrast not only enhances the aesthetic appeal of the piece but also reinforces the thematic exploration of transformation and repurposing.

Eduard Locota’s “Dawn Wall Lamp” thus serves as a poignant commentary on the future of materials traditionally viewed through the lens of utility. By reinterpreting the purpose of fossil fuels, Locota moves beyond mere recycling, advocating for a more active and creative transformation of these resources. This piece invites viewers to rethink the potential of everyday materials, celebrating their hidden beauty and latent potential for artistic reinvention.


L 65cm / W 35cm /  H 7 cm

*Note: because each piece is 100% unique & hand made, dimensions may vary from 1 to 2 cm.

Limited edition

Dawn: is limited to 80 editions.

Each piece is signed by the artist and accompanied with a certificate of authenticity.


Coal, resin, light.

110-220v, powerful LED illumination



In the current context focused on excessive and unsustainable consumerism, the 21st Century welcomes us with a Darwinian transformation for both men and nature. Evolution which leads to the development of a synthetic man living in a synthetic nature. Heavy topics as regeneration and sustainable environment are thrown into the arms of the future generations, that have not been born yet.

Thus, the artist’s creations highlight the synthesis through alternative materials used, such as: synthetic marble (resin and marble dust), synthetic resin (Plexiglass), synthetic cement (Jesmonite), charcoal, wood, and so on. His works have a powerful conceptual plasticity but also physical plasticity, a concept that can be interpreted as modern works of the 21st Century.

His pieces are sold around the world, belonging to private collectors and royal families.