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I found this Wizard in South Austin this morning. I paid $5. I've never seen a fuchsia-colored Wizard base and cap before.The 32WG multicolor globe looks like it was once clear. The Lava Library says it should be red liquid, but this 32WG definitely didn't have red liquid. Unfortunately, the gold or gold/yellow glitter has bled its yellow color into the liquid. The red and blue/green glitter is still fine. The glitter flows great for a couple of hours, and then stalls and sinks to the…Continue
So I thought... We have a great music thread, random topic thread and various lava/glitter/fiber/rain/plasma/wave/motion image threads. I think we need one to support general photography, unique images and moving pictures (e.g. gifs and other things that move). Maybe it will be a quiet thread maybe it will get rowdy. I could be talking to myself here! Post images that move you, excite you, make you laugh maybe even cry! Express with imagery!Continue
Hello, it seems it is impossible to find a Galactic from the Icon series now. I even went on ebay and check out Galactic Lava Lamp under the completed listings tab and none showed up? When is the last time a Galactic was even on ebay and where would you be able to find one now? Thanks.~ ReeceContinue
Hi all, I'm in the US, and am trying to get some Mathmos lamps. Has anyone tried UKAddress.com? It seems like it is reasonably priced, and exactly what I'm looking for. Thoughts?Cheers!Continue
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I am a Marketing Director for a Medical Company that manufactures surgercal equipment through the use of fiberoptics. The owner bought the company in 1999. Originally, the company started…Continue
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Check out Martina's image collection of the cool lava lamps of the past (and a few of the present.) It's still growing! Go there
This is the almighty inventor, well sort of... You can catch up with Craven Walker and learn how these crazy lamps came to be. Go there
You're going to need a lot of beakers (or margarine bowls) if you're going to make your own lava lamp. Craven Walker dares you to try. Go there