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INVENTED IN 1948

REIMAGINED IN 2019

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LAVA LAMPS

Lebo Art Miami is excited to share it's latest release of this cultural icon.  Lava lamps have stayed relevant for over half a century. Meaning different things, to different people over time they continue to stay relevant to today. 

We should also mention, this is the biggest Lava Lamp we could get our hands on. At over 2 feet tall and 250 ounces of liquid, these Lava lamps provide maximum relaxation and fun, not to mention the perfect conversation piece, in any room.

We're offering two unique designs in three different combinations of lava colors to choose from. 

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INVENTED IN 1948

REIMAGINED IN 2019

LEBO Art Miami - leboart.com

LAVA LAMPS

Lebo Art Miami is excited to share it's latest release of this cultural icon.
Lava lamps have stayed relevant for over half a century. Meaning different things, to different people over time they continue to stay relevant to today. 

We should also mention, this is the biggest Lava Lamp we could get our hands on. At over 2 feet tall and 250 ounces of liquid, these Lava lamps provide maximum relaxation and fun, not to mention the perfect conversation piece, in any room.

We're offering two unique designs in three different combinations of lava colors to choose from. 

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Those damn hippies

The lava lamp was invented in 1948 by an English accountant named Edward Craven Walker. He was inspired by an egg timer in a pub made of a cocktail shaker filled with alien-looking liquids bubbling on a stove top. It took Craven Walker 15 years to perfect his design. Lava lamps were originally intended to be a luxury item before it was picked up by hippies and the swinging 60s set as a psychedelic accessory.

Did you know...

There is a lava lamp on permanent display in the Smithsonian? You should probably have one too. 

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$15,000!

That's the price of the most expensive lava lamp ever sold! Lucky for you, ours are only $XXX.XX

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