Brooklyn-based studio Bower showcased a new collection of three-dimensional graphic home decor items, including graphic mirrors.
The designers behind the objects used textured black glass to allude to 3D shapes. One mirror, dubbed 'Bump' features a curve at the bottom, creating the appearance that the mirror is caving under its own weight. Another mirror, 'Slump,' curves at the bottom, creating a slide-like effect to make it seem as though the mirror is resting on its own weight. Other designs resemble arched doorways, or spherical bulbs.
The graphic mirrors would speak to homeowners with extravagant or experimental tastes. The pieces sit somewhere on the intersection between home decor and artistic expression, blurring the lines between the two disciplines.
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