VEIL is a shimmering curtain comprised of 1440 1440 Swarovski crystals. It was created by Paul Cocksedge for the Swarovski Crystal Palace in Milan.
The four meter high curtain appears to transforms when you see its reflection in a mirror as it creates a fantastic optical illusion of da Vinci's Mona Lisa. The optical illusion disappears without the mirror and only the shimmering crystal curtain will appear.
Implications - Products offering entertaining qualities along with function are what modern-day consumers look for. With such fast-paced lifestyles, customers want some humor along with their practical everyday items. Designers could incorporate both of these elements into their creations in order to appeal to a wider audience.
Swarovski VEIL Has Hidden Mona Lisa
1. Entertaining Products - Designers could incorporate entertaining qualities with function in their creations to appeal to modern-day consumers.
2. Optical Illusions - The use of optical illusions in design can add unique and dynamic features to traditional products.
3. Reflective Designs - Designers could experiment with reflective surfaces in creations to create innovative and visually interesting products.
1. Home Decor - The use of optical illusion curtains could be applied to home decor, revolutionizing traditional window treatments.
2. Luxury Goods - The addition of fun and entertaining elements to luxury goods can create exclusive and unique items that appeal to a wider audience.
3. Art and Design - The use of optical illusions and reflective materials in art and design can create visually interesting and dynamic pieces that stand out.