tall vertical stacks of pictures on walls ‘heighten’ ceilings

Another bit of brilliance from Swiss artist Not Vital found in the New York Time’s recent T Magazine Style Issue: In his studio in Sent, Vital place images high on the wall stacked vertically. It occurs to us this could be a good trick to make lowish ceilings look higher. We’re going to file it in our home design optical illusions for sure, along with our tall doors and corner window made with a mirror.

Check out the slideshow of Vital’s home/art/dreamscapes here.

Photo by Stefan Ruiz

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