The affection for the soon-to-be-killed-off incandescent lamp is being reflected in various ways. For some, it is the quality of the light, but for others it is the shape, the form of the GLS A-type lamp that they mourn.
Here's one made from wood, like a coffin. It does actually light up -- just a bit, as rigor mortis takes hold:
It is by Ryosuke Fukusada. The light sources are LEDs. The wood is shaved back until it is thin enough to be semi-translucent.
Thank you, Design Milk.