Mark it with an X: ixxi Modular Wall Tiles
is a wall decoration system made up of square cards and a connecting system composed of x's and i's. Users can upload their own photographs to create modular wall tiles, or they can use the ixxi website's photo imagebank. People who have trouble deciding on a pattern or scheme can opt for ixxi specials, which have preset designs that will appeal to a diverse audience. For an interesting treatment, use the ixxi pixelating module, which turns any photograph or illustration into an abstract image: "At close range it will be a wonderful color palette, from a distance your own special artwork."
ixxi modular connecting wall system. Manufactured by ixxi.
Upload Photographs to Create Wall Art
If you're planning on creating your own ixxi design using uploaded images, check out the inspiration page on the ixxi website. From montages to collages, personal photographs to famous paintings, any subject works. Blow up your black and white wedding picture and display it in your bedroom. If you're stuck at work in a windowless office, use the ixxi system to enlarge a bucolic scene-perhaps a Swiss mountainscape or a Caribbean beach.
For stunning photographs taken by professionals, use the ixxi imagebank, which includes famous shots and art from National Geographic magazine and the Rijksmuseum Amsterdam. Should none of these tactics work for you-for example, if you're indecisive, easily overwhelmed, or alternately easygoing enough to let other people choose for you-use the ixxi specials. For kids, ixxi offers Robot, a wallpaper with different robot pieces that "can be rotated and clicked as often as you like." Robot can be used as a room divider as well, because the cards are printed on both sides. Art lovers will appreciate Girl With the Pearl Earring or The Milkmaid, which are part of the Dutch Masters collection. Other designs include a pixelated bird or deer. ixxi lets you get creative in a multitude of ways.
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About the Manufacturer: ixxi is based in 's-Hertogenbosch, the Netherlands. The company has a studio downtown, located in the former soup kitchen of a hospital.