Lucid Mirror
Lucid Mirror
Lucid Mirror
Lucid Mirror
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Lucid Mirror

This design combines three functions: a mirror, an ambient light source, and a work of art.
created by

Adam Frank

$880.00

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Adam Frank

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My amazing wife got me the coolest gift ever.

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This is my first ever real piece of what I consider "art". Because of where I hung it, I've even changed my favorite spot on the couch so that I can stare at it.

Carlisle, PA

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