- Hand-selected prints from talented Israeli artists
- Unique stories told through each brush stroke
- Support the local art community with each purchase
- A portion of profits directly to the artists
- Transform your home into a sanctuary of inspiration
- Easy to change and collect multiple prints
- Made with high-quality polypropylene and UV printing technology
- Simple to add to your existing lamp
Our Lamp Prints are made with high-quality polypropylene and UV printing technology, and are easy to add to your existing lamp. They are also simple to change and collect multiple prints to add variety to your décor.
- Prints are sold seperatly from the lamp
Buy a Print Support an Artist
- Our Lamp Prints are hand-selected from talented Israeli artists and a portion of profits go directly to the artists. With each purchase, you are supporting the local art community and bringing unique stories into your home.
At Thestreetlamp, we understand that purchasing a lamp is a long-term investment, which is why we offer an extended warranty on all of our products. With a 36 month warranty on the lamp itself, and an additional 2 years on the electronics, you can have peace of mind knowing that we stand behind the quality and durability of our products. This extended warranty ensures that any issues or defects will be taken care of promptly, so you can continue to enjoy your lamp for years to come.
About the Artist
Alin Mor is an artist based in Haifa, Israel. graduate of Bezalel Academy Of Arts and Design with a BA in visual communications. The main subjects explored in Alin’s works are femininity and the female archetype in western society, consciousness, esotericism, magic, spirituality, shamanism, alchemy, the human psyche and nature.
About the Art
Ancient myths from Judaism, Christianity, Greek mythology and more, describe women as dangerous, seducing, manipulative, maneuvering and tricky. Women in religion are defined by their relations to men or by their sexuality and as ones who's actions are of catastrophic consequences. These religious stories are at the base of western culture in which women representations are mainly of women who's sexuality acts as a tool with a purpose of serving economic needs of corporations and companies, something most reflected in magazines, commercials and porn. 'Demoness' shows a figure that portrays this feminine archetype, of a woman which is seen as dangerous by society due to her mystic powers and wisdom.