In her (de)light project, Christina Ferraz Rigo creates a lamp that uses liquid as its source of light:
In dark rooms, the liquid glows with intensity when the proper catalyst is mixed with water. Sure, it may not be conventional, but liquid light is some snazzy stuff. The catalyst used is most likely a phosphorescent material, which is non-toxic and unlike glowsticks, it has a decent “glow time” of about 20 hours.
http://butteryblend.com/science/liquid-light/ - Thanks Jesse Chase and Jay Cogen!