Rosaic by Giles Miller

January 5th, 2012 by retail design blog

In one of our recent surface products we have created grids of 10x10mm ‘pixels’ with slanted roofs. The pixels can be inserted to face any one of four directions, allowing imagery with up to four different shades to be drawn in the surface in a fashion that demonstrated the absolute height of creative originality and technical intrigue.

Designed by Giles Miller

http://www.gilesmiller.com

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