Nightlights are much appreciated with my terrible eyesight and constant need to pee at night. I probably just got a little too personal, but if you must know the scientific reason for my problems, the rod cells in my eyes just don’t detect grays or blacks very well. Basically, I am old and, I love drinking water. Combining my other loves of photography and repurposing old materials, Oakland-based Flickr user Jason Hull has created incredibly stylish nightlights using 50s and 60s cameras found at flea markets and garage sales. Hull removes the guts of the no-longer functioning cameras to make them less heavy for wall sockets, then rewires them to function as lights. Hull makes sure to use cameras that are not rare or in pristine condition, and the result is a functional, safe light for kid’s and adult’s rooms, reminiscent of the vintage photography popularized by iPhone applications such as Hipstamatic and Instagram. Although Hull is getting more nightlights ready for the new year, order yours now and be next in line at his Etsy shop!