Levine spends about four hours carving each lamp, and smooths each hole once the piece has dried with “a light sandpaper sponge, this brillo-y thing,” that changes the texture. “Those little details are so important. That’s what actually defines somebody’s look,” she says. Photo (c) Heather Levine
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Levine spends about four hours carving each lamp, and smooths each hole once the piece has dried with “a light sandpaper sponge, this brillo-y thing,” that changes the texture. “Those little details are so important. That’s what actually defines somebody’s look,” she says. Photo (c) Heather Levine