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These Wall Mirrors were Created Using Different Abstract Shapes

 - Aug 4, 2015
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Chris Stone and David Fox of Stonefox Architects created a line of interestingly shaped geometric mirrors. Each mirror is comprised of different shapes that are slightly angled away from the wall on which they are hung.

These geometric mirrors use a colorful backing and framed boarders to add a playful contrast. The mirrors vary is size, color and shape. Some use bright blue and others have a bold red backing. Some of the mirrors use only two uniquely shaped rectangles and other mirrors have six triangles connected in a circular pattern. With numerous shapes and colors, these interesting mirrors add a creative piece of wall decor to an interior living space.

The mirrors are currently in the Aspen Art Museum as they were donated to the annual summer benefit called ArtCrush. They will reside on the walls of this exhibit to allow visitors a personal viewing before they are auctioned off.