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Burger King eyeshadow anyone? :D haha! 

Burger King eyeshadow anyone? :D haha! 

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A company in the United States has found a use for dead jellyfish by turning them into glow-in-the-dark lamp paperweights.
The Amazing Jellyfish encases the bodies of jellyfish that have died of natural causes to preserve their glowing properties.
The company says they are made of crystalline epoxy so they will never break or shatter.
Jellyfish absorb light naturally and glow when darkened because of natural proteins in their bodies.
They contain bioluminescence, a defence mechanism that causes them to glow in the dark to frighten predators, according to the company.
One of the most common creatures in the world, jellyfish feed on plankton and are found in every ocean.

A company in the United States has found a use for dead jellyfish by turning them into glow-in-the-dark lamp paperweights.

The Amazing Jellyfish encases the bodies of jellyfish that have died of natural causes to preserve their glowing properties.

The company says they are made of crystalline epoxy so they will never break or shatter.

Jellyfish absorb light naturally and glow when darkened because of natural proteins in their bodies.

They contain bioluminescence, a defence mechanism that causes them to glow in the dark to frighten predators, according to the company.

One of the most common creatures in the world, jellyfish feed on plankton and are found in every ocean.

A company in the United States has found a use for dead jellyfish by turning them into glow-in-the-dark lamp paperweights.
The Amazing Jellyfish encases the bodies of jellyfish that have died of natural causes to preserve their glowing properties.
The company says they are made of crystalline epoxy so they will never break or shatter.
Jellyfish absorb light naturally and glow when darkened because of natural proteins in their bodies.
They contain bioluminescence, a defence mechanism that causes them to glow in the dark to frighten predators, according to the company.
One of the most common creatures in the world, jellyfish feed on plankton and are found in every ocean.

A company in the United States has found a use for dead jellyfish by turning them into glow-in-the-dark lamp paperweights.

The Amazing Jellyfish encases the bodies of jellyfish that have died of natural causes to preserve their glowing properties.

The company says they are made of crystalline epoxy so they will never break or shatter.

Jellyfish absorb light naturally and glow when darkened because of natural proteins in their bodies.

They contain bioluminescence, a defence mechanism that causes them to glow in the dark to frighten predators, according to the company.

One of the most common creatures in the world, jellyfish feed on plankton and are found in every ocean.

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Tilda Swinton photographed by Tim Walker from W, August 2011. We love the colour.

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Tilda Swinton photographed by Tim Walker from W, August 2011. We love the colour.
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Amazing future noir ‘Metal Headz’ shoot in the March 2012 issue of Interview. Saskia de Brauw shot by Mert & Marcus

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Amazing future noir ‘Metal Headz’ shoot in the March 2012 issue of Interview. Saskia de Brauw shot by Mert & Marcus