Phillip Jividen has replicated a version of the sky with his Gradient Mirror design. The artist noted the changing colors when looking up into the atmosphere, and was inspired to create something similar in a product. The result is this item that can be used as both a mirror and a decorative item.
Towards the base of the mirror, the coloring is more of a solid blue, but as one looks up it slowly dissolves into the reflective glass design. The great thing about this look is that it doesn't take away from the functionality of the mirror, as users can still stand or sit and see their reflection in the middle. However, it does help to add that extra creative touch.
Photo Credits: designboom, phillipjividen
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