www.keepbubbling.com | The Vintage lava lamp Timeline |Discover your vintage lava lamp design | Mathmos LED Lights: Softlight Series, Ghost, Babushka & Blimp.

Below: The 2000s saw Mathmos introduce a wide range of ambient lights that were powered by LEDs. The Softlight series created in the early 2000s, comprised of Ghost, Minilamp and Blimp as seen in the images below. When simply pressed on, these wonderful lamps come to live changing through a rainbow of colour to delight and amaze, however they remain cool to the touch via the LEDs inside. These lights were created from glass to add durabilty and quality to the product.

www.keepbubbling.com | The Vintage lava lamp Timeline |Discover your vintage lava lamp design | Mathmos LED Lights: Mathmos Minilamp | Below: Please see Mathmos Minilamp below.

www.keepbubbling.com | The Vintage lava lamp Timeline |Discover your vintage lava lamp design | Mathmos LED Lights: Mathmos Blimp | Below: Please see Mathmos Blimp below.

www.keepbubbling.com | The Vintage lava lamp Timeline |Discover your vintage lava lamp design | Mathmos LED Lights: Unboxing a Mathmos Blimp

www.keepbubbling.com | The Vintage lava lamp Timeline |Discover your vintage lava lamp design | Mathmos LED Lights: Mathmos Ghost Light| Below: A Mathmos Ghost Colour-Changing LED Light.

www.keepbubbling.com | The Vintage lava lamp Timeline |Discover your vintage lava lamp design | Mathmos LED Lights: Mathmos Ghost & Babushka Lights| Below: A Mathmos Ghost & Babushka Colour-Changing LED Lights.

www.keepbubbling.com | The Vintage lava lamp Timeline |Discover your vintage lava lamp design | Mathmos LED Lights: Mathmos Babushka Light| Below: A Mathmos Babushka Colour-Changing LED Light, that is inspired by the classic Russian nesting dolls to create an infinite effect within the lamp. Take a look inside the Mathmos Babushka.

Welcome to www.keepbubbling.com, a website dedicated to vintage lava lamps from all over the world. Keepbubbling.com displays a wide range of lava, glitter, fibre optic and motion lamps from the past and acts as a mini museum reference for those who wish to learn more about these wonderful kinetic lamps. www.keepbubbling.com displays a wide range of lava lamp designs from their introduction in 1963 to the present day and we love Mathmos, the people who invented the lava lamp.