In this example, involve flat rectangles foam used, such as heat and sound insulation of the walls. But it will be even more interesting, if you take the curly blocks from household appliances, with their rectangular recesses and protrusions. The principle is very simple – the foam acts as a base (stretcher) for some images – photos, posters, drawings, colored fabrics, etc. With the same success can be pasted on the image and wooden, plastic or cardboard blocks. as an effect of spaciousness. As a result, you can create a gallery of Wall bulk diptychs, triptychs and polyptychs.
So, in advance of the finished image. You can print the image from the Internet, print a photo, buy a poster, pick up scraps of fabric diversified one, or just cook paint to paint the foam alone. If you plan a diptych, then cut the image into two parts, a triptych – three, not necessarily equal. Then paste adhesive to the surface of the foam.
The sides of the block is better to decorate.
For example, the paste over the tape or paper of the same color or close to the background color.
To the rear surface of the resulting pattern stick hook, clip or loop to then hang it on the wall.
The base does not have to be square! Experiment with shapes and sizes.
And in order to maintain the overall style, to emphasize the combination of pictures and fine details of the interior, make a small decorative cubes of foam (candlesticks, vases, stands for pencils), pasted the same scraps of paper or poster.
Here are a few examples of polyptychs for inspiration!