blackLAB Architects made a point when they created a wall out of 12,000 colored pencils. blackLAB Architects are made up of four people, Andrea Kordos, Joe Knight, Tony Round and Sarah Knight. They are the masterminds behind the collective presentation ‘colourSPACE’ for an exhibit called”How Do You Work?”. The exhibit was a part of the Interior Design Show in Toronto.
The concept behind the wall design is to show how the workspace is ever-changing and the connection between architecture and other visual art forms; art, graphic design and cinematography. This fourteen by six foot mosaic is made up of 12,000 colored pencils arranged in such a way that it looks three dimensional. The colors are arranged to resemble a pixelated rainbow. There are 25 different pencil colors used to create this piece and they are all plugged into a 1 x 1 grid with the color facing out.ViaStupidDope
To see how the team came up with this cool wall, check the video here: