Colorful hues and geometric patterns characterize these decorative looking glass designs that turn ordinary mirrors into works of art.
Created for the charitable design organization Reclaim NYC, Joe Doucet's Fathom Mirror serves as a beautiful reminder of how quickly we forget about events of devastation. While the top half of the mirror creates a clear reflection, the blue bottom half creates a deep refraction, making the observer appear as if they are neck deep in water.
This Art Deco-inspired Petal mirror was created by the team of glass artists that make up Detroit-based studio Color & Mirror.
The laser cut Transience mirrors by David Derksen and Lex Pott feature overlapping geometric shapes that are created by applying sulphur to to the mirror's surface. The sulphur speeds up the oxidation process and allows Pott and Derksen to control the intensity of color created.
The Diamond Mirror by Piet Houtenbos is made from laboratory quality glass of the highest optical clarity to create a brighter, clearer and more vivid reflection. The 16 facets are precisely cut to the nearest half degree and polished by hand by a master glass beveler. The Mirror is mounted by attaching a supplied steel plate to the wall, which attaches to the mirror's magnetic backing allowing it to be held securely and perfectly flush to the wall.