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This Human-Sized Kaleidoscope Is Trippier Than A House Of Mirrors

Published 5 years ago

This giant kaleidoscope was built inside of a shipping container by Japanese designers Masakazu Shirane and Saya Miyazaki. The highly trippy installation, called “Wink Space,” is made from numerous mirrored sheets folded like origami and connected using zippers. This way, the psychedelic room can be can be opened up and zipped back together, making it even more interactive and interchangeable.

The magical house of mirrors, the winner of A’Design Award, took part in an Art Container Contest featured in the 2013 KOBE Biennale, where the competitors were asked to create interesting environments inside of shipping containers. I think this artistic duo hit the nail on the head!

More info: yls-easylaser.com | adesignaward.com | (h/t: spoon-tamago)

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