Themis Mono


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Mono, the fourth addition to the gorgeous Themis Mobile collection, designed by Clara Von Zweigbergk is vastly different than any other mobile of its kind. Themis Mono is a large 12” wide singular dodecahedron, a twelve-sided geometric shape, composed of different colours on each of its surfaces. Due to its sophistication and playfulness, Mono can appeal to both an adult and young audience by becoming either the accent piece of any interior or by inspiring the study of geometrical shapes.

Featuring colours ranging from pastels to bright fluorescent, from warm to cool hues, were all carefully and painstakingly handpicked by Clara in her creative process, which she describes as “intuition and the way the colours work in contrast to one another.” The harmonious play of colours instill into the viewer a sense of visual pleasure and fulfillment further enhanced by the faceted nature of the geometry of Mono that allows each individual colour to appear in four different shades. To fully realize the marriage of these beautiful, vivid colours, the Mono is printed on wood-free paper with high-quality spot-printed inks. Mono comes in an attractive 2d package and is easily assembled into its 3d format. Place it on the side table, hang it individually or in a cluster from the ceiling.

  • Dimensions: 30cm Diameter
  • Material: Wood-Free Paper
  • Dodecahedron shaped paper mobile with hanging hardware
  • Requires assembly (instructions provided)

Artecnica is a Los Angeles based design company that collaborates with international designers to create inspiring decorative objects for the living environment. Artecnica is committed to considering issues of environmental sustainability and responsible manufacturing. Products are made with recycled materials and transported in easy-ship flat packages to help reduce its carbon footprint. The Design with Conscience program works with artisan communities in developing countries to produce unique handcrafted objects that reflect indigenous skills.

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