Tuba light

A musical way to illuminate a room.

Who would have thought an upside down tuba hanging from a 14″ ceiling could become such a cool chandelier? After spotting an antique tuba at Odds and Ends on Queen W. in Toronto, stringing through an octopus fixture that holds eight lights, attaching Edison bulbs, and putting it all together with the help of a trusty electrician, the first ever Tuba Light was created. I’m looking to start a non-profit that re-purposes other antique instruments to fund music programs in rural public schools.

This week’s Frandoms are by Dave Wilkin, founder, Redwood Strategic.