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Lava lamps turn 50 years old on Tuesday. A groovy icon of the Psychedelic 60's, the mesmerizing lava lamp was created by British inventor Edward Craven-Walker. In 1963, British company Crestworth marketed the delightful lava lamp as an "exotic …
International Science Times · 9/3/2013
The lava lamp turned 50 this past Tuesday. Englishman Edward Craven-Walker gets the credit (if that's the right word) for its invention . . . inspired, it is said, by some sort of liquid-filled egg timer that he saw in a pub. Mathmos His creation contains ...
CBS News · 9/8/2013
There are few constants in life: Death, taxes... and the perennial appeal of lava lamps. (At least among a certain segment of college students and/or bachelors.) The ultimate mood light has just turned 50. NPR agrees that very little else needs to be said ...
The Huffington Post · 9/3/2013
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The lava lamp made its debut in England on a Tuesday 50 years ago. Edward Craven-Walker, a British inventor, created the lamp. His inspiration came as from an egg timer filled with liquid that Craven-Walker spotted in a southwest Britain pub.
The Latin Post · 9/3/2013
Well, in the '60s, the grooviest thing around was the Lava Lamp. And we're mentioning it just now because it turns 50 today. INSKEEP ... And that's the astro business news on MORNING EDITION from NPR News. I'm Renee Montagne. INSKEEP: And I'm …
NPR News · 9/3/2013
If you've seen anything that had something to do with the 60s, you know what a lava lamp is. The psychedelic lighting accessory, which many can claim enchanced their first 'out of body' experience is now clearly middle-aged, having turned fifty. The ...
Tech2 · 9/2/2013
Call them '60s relics or hippy home accessories, lava lamps have been casting their dim but groovy light on interiors for half a century, having hit British shelves 50 years ago on Tuesday. A British company began marketing their original creation as an ...
NBC Bay Area · 9/3/2013
The lava lamp celebrates its 50th birthday Tuesday, and though it's more kitsch than classic design, the piece remains just as memorable as mid-century furnishings from Eames, Noguchi and Saarinen. British inventor Edward Craven Walker designed the …
Los Angeles Times · ByLisa Boone · 9/3/2013
The lava lamp—that famous, gloopy light that’s lit up the grooviest living rooms and dorm rooms for decades—first hit shelves 50 years ago today. A British inventor, Edward Craven-Walker, created the lamp after being inspired by a strange, liquid ...
communitytable.com · 9/3/2013
Call them '60s relics or hippy home accessories, lava lamps have been casting their dim but groovy light on interiors for half a century, having hit British shelves 50 years ago on Tuesday. A British company began marketing their original creation as an ...
NBC 4 Southern California · 9/3/2013