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An acid-etched console table from Germans Ermics’ “Shaping Colour” for Dutch Invertuals via @sightunseen

An acid-etched console table from Germans Ermics’ “Shaping Colour” for Dutch Invertuals

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idea for the way the paper is hanging - Dégradés - Akatre - Contemporary Art Studio

Latvian-born, Amsterdam-based designer Germans Ermics's project, entitled Shaping Colour, explores glass furniture with layers of gradient color

Shaping Colour by Germans Ermics

Tomás Alonso’s ‘Variations On A Tube’

Tomás Alonso’s ‘Variations On A Tube’

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Germans Ermičs

Through this project, Germans researches the relationship between colour and shape, plays with gradients and shades and creates astonishing glass-colored pieces of furniture and sculptures.

Patricia Urquiola | Shimmer mirror Glas Italia

Even those not convinced by the merits of glass furniture might find something to love in Patricia Urquiola’s Shimmer collection for Glas Italia. Laminated glass is glued together to form tables, shelves and consoles that are coated in an iridesce.

Designers love colour! The RGB spectrum we work with on our digital computers gives us the widest possible range of colour to work with, much wider than the range of hues that can be replicated in CMYK inks, but that’s not to say there aren’t some ultra bright print projects out there to admire. In …

Showcase of Creative Designs Made with Vibrant Gradients

—Personal project & experienceSexual orgams inspired by A—TWork in progress.

karmakarmanyc:  Rob Pruitt Gradient Cylinder 2013 Acrylic and enamel on wood 48…

karmakarmanyc: “Rob Pruitt Gradient Cylinder 2013 Acrylic and enamel on wood 48 x 14 inches diameter ”

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Colored Mirrors & Glass Decor Are the (Potential) Trend I Can't Get Enough Of — Currently Obsessed

Dichroic architectural film by 3M

3M's Iridescent Dichroic Film

Scientists at developed a film substitute for dichroic glass—whose iridescent coating is inspired by butterfly wings—that's coated with metallic oxides to provide its mutable finish.

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