Do you have a lifeless wall that needs some color? Add depth, dimension and loads of color while designing your own configuration of squares when you have Square Root Wall Art.
Add, subtract, multiply. Interactive art installation color blocks countless configurations in pollen, white, sprout, lobster, swoon, buzz, fog on DIY design grid. Squares with center cutouts pull/place easy. Crafted in low-emission engineered wood. Dimensions: wall art 36″sq. x 2″D
- Low-emission engineered wood grid and blocks with lacquer finish
- Includes 3″sq. blocks, eight each: pollen, white, sprout, lobster, swoon, buzz, fog
In the package, you get a total of 48 wooden blocks that pop in and out using the hole in the middle for easy grabs. The frame has 121 empty squares total. Pop question: what’s the square root of 121? Fans of Tetris won’t be able to resist making Tetris shapes. It’s meant to be customized to your particular taste, so you can’t mess up. Change it up when one configuration has outstayed its welcome. Make it into a Tic-Tac-Toe board when you get bored.
It’s nice to see wall art that’s interactive and non-restrictive after being scorned so many times for touching sculptures and paintings, or even taking flash photos. I always feel nervous when going to museums and being observed by the hired monitors in suits. Surely, they’re just counting the minutes until their lunch break, but their presence is rather cop-like.
Square Root Wall Art can be found at CB2 for $199 US.
Here are some other items that will make your home seem more like a fun science and tech museum rather than a stuffy fine arts museum: the World’s Largest Jigsaw Puzzle, World’s Largest Crossword Puzzle and the Luminodot HD Lite Brite Set.