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05. 30. 2007

Frazier & Wing mobiles


Mobiles are such classics for stimulating a newborn baby. Beautiful ones not only stimulate but also add a sense of whimsy to a growing child’s room. These, by Frazier & Wing, are the kind that can forever mesmerize. Made from carefully selected images culled from magazines that are then hand-cut and hung with monofilament from a thin plexiglass disc, the F&W mobiles are floating art pieces. What I love is the craftsmanship behind each one-- think mobile couture being that it takes up to eight hours of painstaking work to create them. So peaceful to look at too. And they come in different sizes--the mini FW 47 is the one recommended for a kid's room. It's shorter and hopefully won't get destroyed. Hopefully.

Via Bloesem.


Posted by Gabriela    Category: decor
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