When I saw how effective the Kandinsky inspired shapes we made for our last colour and light project looked, I wondered how they would work as a mobile.
We once again used laminate sheets that were sealed closed with nothing in them and Immy decorated them with permanent, coloured markers – we used Sharpies.
I love the way these Kandinsky inspired shapes are so bright and colourful – perfect for hanging in a playroom, kids bedroom or above the nappy change table in a baby’s nursery. We cut out the shapes and then punched a hole in each, hanging them with cotton thread (though fishing line would work well too) from a wool wrapped branch.
And I love how the colours bounce across the walls when the light filters through the shapes.
Can you see a Kandinsky inspired mobile bringing a little extra colour into a corner of your home?