From Artecnica (http://www.artecnicainc.com/). All I can probably say right now… “Great idea (!) why didn’t I think of that! Further down the thought bubbles, again I said “Ah! It’s from the Japanese!”. Design by Takeshi Ishiguro, this “gadget” comes in two forms. One depicting an old century design table lamp clothed in red and emitting a warm cozy light that just beckons you to open that brandy and smoke a Cuban cigar.
The other form is of a Moscow-like street lamp with a bright white 5-piece led light to show.
Let me take you to the inventor’s description of these babies:
“The ultimate illuminated manuscript, Book of Lights’ pop up protagonist emits a tabletop warming glow. A wonderfully crafted and cleverly folded lamp springs to life from the hardy white pages of the bound book, powered by a simple low voltage adapter. Finally, a coffee table book that you’ll actually open.”
It is made of both paper and fabric, and here are the dimensions:
W 11 in, 27.9 cm,
D11.5 in, 29.2 cm,
H 2.25 in, 5.7 cm,
W 11 in, 27.9 cm x
D 25.25 in, 64.1 cm x
H 10 in, 25.4 cm
Sold online and in some craft stores in the USA, Japan & Europe. I think this will fetch a good sum from the collectors.