This discovery has got me all excited that I just had a difficult time writing this post. I am not passionate about interior decoration, but I do have my quirks and when I see something really cool for the house, I get all enthusiastic about it. And what can be cooler than these lamps which are shaped like punctuation marks?
If you think about it, these punctuation mark lamps can go both ways. On one hand, just like me, you might go gaga over them simply because you work with punctuation every day. You’re a stickler for their proper use. On the other hand, you might stay clear of the punctuation mark lamps because you abhor punctuation, or you can’t use them properly.
If you belong to the second group, then I think you have even more reason to get these awesome punctuation mark lamps. They’ll serve as an ever present reminder to use punctuation marks the right way! ;)
Here are the lamps on their own. First up, quotation marks. Here are a couple of tips on using quotation marks. One, use quotation marks when writing statements (verbatim) that were originally said by someone else. Two, use quotation marks when writing titles (books, stories, etc.). For more tips on how to use quotation marks, check out this post on Freelance Writing Gigs.
Here’s my favorite punctuation mark at the moment: the exclamation mark.
Pro tip: one exclamation mark is often enough to make your point. Of course, if you’re really passionate about what you are saying, no one can stop you from using three (or more) of these beautiful punctuation marks!!!
This one’s not really a punctuation mark, but I am sure it will get your attention as well.
I dare you tell me that these lamps will not look good in any living room, office, or bedroom! Oh, and there is more from the collection, and the lamps also come in other colors.
Get these punctuation mark lamps from TABISSO. No idea how much they cost, but seeing that they are made to order and are made in France, they probably will cost quite a lot.
So here’s a question for you typophiles: what font is used for these lamps?