Reflected Glass for Kaleidoscopic by Laura

After choosing our trend, it prompted me to research kaleidoscopes and where they feature in the world. I moved away from the typical ‘bright colours’ associated with kaleidoscopes and concentrated more on the reflection of light and the use of glass to create a geometric, obscure patterns, similar to those that are visualised through a kaleidoscope.

kaleidoscopeThe board features light refraction from diamonds, and gems being shot in a mirror tunnel. It also demonstrates geometric patterns, which reflect those in the make up of a kaleidoscope. Overall the board is neutral in colour, but bold in reflection.

Laura Siddall


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