It seems there is an innate desire of children and adults to, at some
point in their lives, take a crayon, can of spray paint or a marker
and draw on a wall somewhere. Thanks to lighting artist Shane Crozier,
that desire need not be sublimated any longer!
masterminded a unique way for aspiring artists of all ages to showcase
their talents in a non-permanent, legal way -- on OLED tiles that
illuminate at night and act like stained glass by day.
modular 150x150 mm light tiles are made of a framed OLED emitter and
topped with a sheet of clear acrylic onto which one can unleash their
inner Van Gogh with water-based acrylic paints. During the day these
tiles hide their inner luminosity, but at night the OLED emitter can be
turned on to provide a backlight for the scenes painted on top. Better
still, if you tire of your creation it can be wiped clean and be
repainted. The frame has contacts on each of its four sides, so with
each modular tile frame endless compositions are possible, dictated only
by the user's own design and the limits of the OLED
driver tile and its power supply.
Via Yanko Design