Say GOODBYE to flat monochromatic walls and say HELLO to vibrant blocks of color. Color Block graphics by Mina Javid use color and crisp geometry to change the perception of your space. How cool is that?
We are thrilled to be pairing up again with LA architect and designer Mina Javid for color blocking graphics. The graphics are designed to influence more space than a single, flat wall. Think large panels of color that can organically grow into a piece of art on a wall or wrap around corner or ceiling. Color blocking is available in two sets: Color Block Parallel and Color Block Slant. Each set comes in four color combinations, all of which complement one another. The line is designed to be mixed and interlocked.
WHAT’S COLOR BLOCKING?
In the simplest form, it’s the composition of color groups that both support and complement each other. Mina thinks spatially and envisions color blocking as a tool to create vibrant, livable spaces.
WHY COLOR BLOCKING AT BLIK?
We love Mina’s idea of taking simple forms and shapes in color-coordinated shades, allowing you (the consumer) to layer and build on a dramatic scale. We want you to take a chance, have fun and play with the existing angles and lines throughout your home.
WHERE WOULD YOU COLOR BLOCK? TELL US & WIN
Color blocking will resonate with those of you who grew up playing with LEGOS and colored blocks. You can follow the directions and make exactly what’s on the package or take it to another level and create your own design. To encourage you to take a chance and tap your creativity, we’re giving away 3 sets of Color Block Parallel and 3 sets of Color Block Slant. To enter to win*, tell us where you’d begin your color blocking journey.
And remember, playing with blocks is always fun!
Giveaway Details: The Color Block giveaway runs from April 10 until 11:59pm PST on April 14, 2013. To enter, leave your comment below. Valid only for US and Canada residents. Winners will be announced on this blog on April 16.
UPDATE: Congrats to our winners: Zita Major, Beth Spellman, Kathie Vaught, Lauren Fulton, Katherine Niemela and Colin Roache.