Gradient Puzzle - Blue/Green

Areaware


$25.00

Brand: areaware

 

Made of glossy art paper over 2mm chipboard

Original Size:
500 pieces
18x24" assembled
45.7x61 cm assembled

 

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Areaware’s Gradient Puzzle is a vibrant way to meditate on color. The act of putting it together is slow and deliberate, where the color of each piece is used to locate its proper position. Areaware used a thick stock and high-quality art paper, so the puzzle can be assembled again and again without losing its edge.

Bryce Wilner is a graphic designer and publisher from Roanoke, Virginia. He lives and works in Brooklyn, NY where he works and teaches in the field of design, publishing, and new media.

A gradient, without restriction, is edgeless and ever-shifting. A gradient moves, transitions, progresses, defies being defined as one thing. It formalizes difference across a distance. It’s a spectrum. It’s a spectral smearing. It’s an optical phenomenon occurring in nature. It can be the gradual process of acquiring knowledge. It can be a concept. It can be a graphic expression. It can be all of the above, but likely it’s somewhere in between. Read more on the Areaware Blog.

 

 

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