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Good Boy lamp was designed by Whatshisname as an item of everyday use that makes the user uncomfortable with every use. He even went as far as to place the On/Off switch on the turd itself–and get this, it requires being stepped on . Puppy is in its natural pose, looking around with a bit of surprise on her face. Both lamps were supposed to be part of London’s the Art Below exhibition on London Underground stations. Even though organizers accepted the work, unfortunately London Underground banned it for being offensive.

Creating the lamp takes about one month. Good Boy is available in limited editions of 100 worldwide and is priced £2500.

Courtesy of Whatshisname. (Click to Purchase.)

Courtesy of Whatshisname. (Click to Purchase.)

Courtesy of Whatshisname. (Click to Purchase.)

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