Jill Fehrenbacher’s article mainly focuses on extravagant transformation from used bic pens into a shimmering piece of art. Its design signifies meticulousness, avant-grant, and creative process as the key for entering a world of sophistication. The Volivik chandelier, carefully made in enPieza, a studio in Madrid, is a perfect example of neglected product’s quality alleviation. When it hangs on your livingroom’s ceiling, this hanging pen light brightens your room with its splendid light resulted from refraction and arouses astonishment from your guests for its regular pattern imitating one of glorious periods in architecture, the Baroque. If you don’t like a sparkling light, you may choose chandelier made of approximately 300 orange re-used pens which eventually induces more romantic atmosphere and produces dimmer light. No wonder if all lovers of artistic products will not neglect this gorgeous stuff, otherwise they will be disappointed not to have it. A perfect combination of fashion in architecture and of environmentally friendly idea resulting in a masterpiece.