The Tat Tat Color Wheel is a window-mounted disk that creates trippy color patterns much like a prism.
The wheel was designed by designers Brigitta and Benedikt Martig-Imhof for reputed Swiss design workshop Tat Tat, renowned for its playful and thought-provoking designs.
The wheel consists of a dozen paper discs that filter different frequencies of light. As these discs are moved around -- whether randomly or in order -- they create a blurry assortment of shades in a variety of prismatic colors. The end result is a psychedelic collage of hues that blend with and infuse into each other.
The Tat Tat Color Wheel comes with an attached suction cup for easy mounting with windows and glass panels.
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