Mathmos recently collaborated with the iconic British brand Orange Amplifiers. Both brands were founded in England in the psychedelic 60s and are still going strong; Orange Amplifiers has been making amplifiers for guitars since 1968, and Mathmos, our classic range of lava lamps, since 1963. Both companies boast rich British heritages, high-quality craftsmanship and highly engaged fanbases.
The Mathmos Factory Show room opens during Mathmos’ 60th birthday and celebrates Mathmos’ fresh from the factory, direct to customer business. The showroom is inside the factory where all the Mathmos lava lamps are hand filled and sent out to customers all over the UK and Europe. QR codes in the showroom will take visitors straight to each product’s webpage on their phones and knowledgeable staff are on hand to assist visitors.
Mathmos has produced the highest-quality lava lamps since 1963, and as a result of this long history we’ve had the pleasure of seeing Mathmos Astro lava lamps pop up in all sorts of wonderful locations ever since. Two of our retro lava lamps are pictured here in the retro locations of 70s House Manchester and The Hippie Shake office. Did you know that items that are at least 40 years old can be considered vintage? Meaning our original lava lamp models Astro and Astro Baby can claim their vintage titles.
Introducing Evo; the hottest new product to join the Mathmos lava lamp range. Evo is our first full-sized candle powered lava lamp.
We’re thrilled to introduce Rokit into the Mathmos range, a stunning giant rocket lava lamp. This new addition stands 65cm (2ft 1in) tall and is available in five lava colourways.
Three artists based in Berlin have incorporated lava lamps into their work in recent years; Jenna Sutela worked with Mathmos…
It was perfect to launch our Platinum Astro Vinyl in the year of Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee. Our Astro Vinyl black was a sell-out,
Lava lamps are not usually associated with outdoor usage… until now. Mathmos noticed this gap in the market and created the fantastic
One of the most engaging and soothing features of Mathmos lava lamps is the ever-changing nature of the lava movement. It turns out that this is also perfect for producing the random, chaotic means necessary for strong computer encryption. Buy Astro About Cryptology A wall of lava lamps encrypts up to 10% of the worldwide … Continued
During lockdown, Mathmos ventured into an eerily quiet Ravensbourne University in London to photograph our impressive giant lava lamps