Last week I brainstormed a lot of potential uses for geometric beyond “just art” — in other words, ways in which geometric art could be used as part of the design of useful, everyday objects as opposed to a purely decorative piece of art.
I asked you all to offer other ideas and examples, and as promised, I am publishing some of them this week for us all to enjoy. The real standout for the reader challenge was Nancy Webster (disclaimer: she’s my mom!) who sent me at least a dozen examples across many categories, several of which are featured below. Thanks, mom!
So, without further ado, here are…
Examples of “Useful” Geometric Art
Note: I’ve offered at least two examples under each of my original top level categories. Each example includes a thumbnail image and a link in case you want to find out more about the particular example. Enjoy!
Swedish “Turning Torso” building:
Dress (this one is wild!):