Graphic designer and illustrator Clara von Zweigbergk designed this Themis Mobile for Artecnica’s latest summer collection. It is a delicate, geometric sculpture composed of five colorful, faceted ornaments. Each ornament has its own distinct palette of color: fluorescent neons, purples and browns.

Clara von Zweigbergk was inspired by the geometric design of polyhedra. She says, “the shapes quickly came together as a mobile. I think of them as planets and like to see the colors change while gently turning.” The stark contrast of the vibrantly colored planes creates a dramatic visual effect, yet as they slowly turn, suspended in the air by a delicate frame and thin wires, the effect is quietly striking, fragile, and ethereally beautiful.

Themis Mobile by Clara von Zweigbergk  in home furnishings  Category

Themis Mobile by Clara von Zweigbergk  in home furnishings  Category

I got to see this mobile in person at the NYIGF and I have to say it is quite delicate and beautiful.

Themis Mobile by Clara von Zweigbergk  in home furnishings  Category

Artecnica’s newest collection strives to create, reflect, embody, and transform the concept light — a fresh direction that accurately captures their latest sentiments (and the design industry overall): “Look up, look forward. Good things are on the way.”