These light sculptures by artist Diet Wiegman are a great reminder that first impressions don’t always tell the whole story. Here, what appears as a jumbled mess will, in the right light, be seen for the beautiful form it truly is.
Whether gold, silver, copper or bronze tones, metallic surfaces bounce light around an interior, and add an injection of warmth and visual contrast. A touch of gilt is one way to bring a luxe and glamourous vibe to your pad…time to get shiny! 1st row: Etsy, 2nd row left: Heal’s, right: Cox & Cox, 3rd row: Oliver Bonas, 4th row: Etsy, 5th row: Cox & Cox, 6th row: Nordic House, 7th row: Rockett St George, 8th row: Cox & Cox
Anatol Knotek's piece is a great example of the power of perspective. From one angle the piece is unreadable, confusing; from another, it reads, “wrong”; from a third, “right.”
Stigma is often a problem of perspective. Remember that you may not always have the whole picture or may not be looking at something from the right angle. It is important to be aware of multiple perspectives in order to know what is real and true.
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Full story: Nature
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