La Linea lamp, after Osvaldo Cavandoli, Keith Haring
Beautiful design lamp.
Based on the cartoons of Osvaldo Cavandoli, also known by his pen name Cava, was an Italian cartoonist. His most famous work is his series of short animated cartoons, La Linea.
He worked as a technical designer for Alfa Romeo between 1936 and 1940. At the age of 23, he went into animation and worked at the Pagot studios.
Between 1950 and 1958 he was an independent producer and director of puppet-movies. As late as 1969 he created the character that would make him world famous: La Linea.
This amusing character has appeared in a great many Lagostina advertising films and later independent films, which were broadcasted in over 40 countries, and have been awarded many times.
Cavandoli made a comics version of his character for Il Giornalino in 1974. 'La Linea' reappeared on Italian television in 1997. In 2001, Cavandoli made a series of 20 films with his character for Universal Studios in the USA.
The lamp works on 4 AA batteries
Connection to an adapter is also possible, included.
The lamp has an on and off switch and with the round button the colors can be adjusted
The lamp looks beautiful standing or hanging.
Dimensions 20x4x22 cm
The lamp is in very good condition and will be carefully packed.
- Lamp La Linea
- No. of items
- La Linea
- La Linea lamp, Osvaldo Cavandoli
- Year oldest item
- Very good
- Different editions
- Osvaldo Cavandoli