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Les Crayeres by Globalight- 09.08.08

caves0.jpgI saw the Veuve Clicquot Globalights designed by Karim Rashid in their true light… honestly, seeing them in press photos and at the launch did not do the design justice… the juxtaposition of the sleek modern pink glow, with the ancient, history filled caves, give them an incredibly surreal context… they were absolutely stunning in the dark depths of the roman limestone caves that double as cellars underneath Reims for the delicious Veuve Clicquot… and as such, i couldn’t help taking photographs of its mesmerizing light, as it provided an incredible glow as our hand held lanterns as we toured the caves and learned about the process in the perfectly cool (same temp all year round!) space… looking at the pictures, i’m amazed how incredible the lighting turned out for what seemed so incredibly dark at the time… now if only we could PLAN some incredible photoshoot down there to make use of the space even more creatively (in addition to making champagne, of course!)… see the photo spread on the next page!

unfortunately the only thing missing in these pictures is having an actual bottle IN the Globalight… ironically we were surrounded by bottles constantly though!
















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Is this some kind of enchanted realm where blithe spirits float down hushed staircases of Medieval glory? Reminds me of a lost time …

----- Anna Kealoha 13.09.08 14:50

yeah, really stunning. i love the way it brings out the textures of the walls too. =) gorgeous.

----- rugenius 09.09.08 07:10

Wow, the Globalight looks really cool IRL. :)

----- pickupjojo 08.09.08 15:24

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