Ron Gilad Creates Killer Reflective Surfaces that are Totally Surreal

By: Yanis Rudzitis - Published: Mar 1, 2011 • References: rongilad & designboom
These strangely shaped mirrors called IX Mirrors are the work of Israeli-born, New York-based artist Ron Gilad. Exhibited in Dilmos Gallery in Milan, this Ron Gilad collection of stange mirrors is a representation of deeper layers of the human personality in their ability to force viewers to look not only at the pieces, but at themselves in a completely different light.

Made from different materials, some of the Ron Gilad mirrors represent the history of Italy; however, all pieces have one thing in common, they have a truly psychedelic form and conceptual images incorporated in them for added artistic value. These strange mirrors will create a trippy mood in any room and give you a new view of yourself.

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