My Other Half
Mirror Mirror
'Til Death Do Us Part
Mirror Mirror


By allowing the speaker to see what it would be like if their partner were to be saying the speaker’s own words to them, (through the use of mirrors) the level of empathy for the partner may be raised.

“Strangely beautiful, but slightly spooky. It’s weird seeing your mouth on someone else’s face. A high-tech ‘Namaste’- ‘We are one’.” Tantric Practitioner- Aida Capelli

Photograph by David Hendley - Original from the Blindspot range.

Design Parade
Design Parade selected 2007.

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