The Sticklight was designed in 1994 at the climax of the Brit-pop phenomenon, with bands Blur and Oasis at the helm, and artists like Damien Hirst and Tracey Emin merging the entire creative scene. It became an instant British classic, originally made in the United Kingdom. The Sticklight was produced using rotationally molded polyethylene with a fluorescent stick light.
The Sticklight quickly achieved iconic status during the 1990s. Its mesmerizing appeal even secured its presence on the sets of renowned films like Lost in Translation, further cementing its cultural significance. Nowadays, the Sticklight has found a permanent place in esteemed museum collections, including M+ in Hong Kong.
Changes in lighting regulations led to its production being discontinued in 2008. However, with the evolution of LED technology in China and the Greater Bay Area (GBA), China has become the new production home for part of the Michael Young Home collection.
H.1990MM W.380MM D.380MM