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Tetris Mirror Reflects Your Puzzled Expression

by Paul Strauss

If you thought those wall-size arcade artworks I wrote about the other day were a bit too bold for your taste, you might want to check out these slightly more subtle Tetris-inspired mirrors hanging on your wall instead.

Tetris Mirror by Soner Ozenc

UK product designer Soner Ozenc’s Tetris Mirror is comprised of thirteen interlocking mirrored acrylic panels, which can be arranged on your wall to form a rectangle, or broken apart into their individual puzzle blocks. Hopefully, these pieces won’t fall down at the same speed they do in the classic arcade game or you’ll have more than a few years of bad luck on your hands.

While I couldn’t find a retail outlet for the mirror, it looks like it comes in both A3 (11.7″ × 16.5″) and A4 (8.3″ × 11.7″) sizes, and in either silver or gold reflective surfaces. Post a comment if you happen to find a place where you can purchase these.

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Comments (8):

  1. What’s with the single-square pieces? I’ve never seen those in any version of Tetris I’ve played.

    • Jason says:

      The higher levels of tetris had single blocks that would appear out of nowhere. Also, when you clear lines you will create single blocks.

  2. technabob says:

    Yeah, it looks like they took a little liberty with the shapes. Then again, I don’t remember any shiny mirrored pieces in the game either.

  3. Tanja says:

    When you clear a line you sometimes get single blocks falling… probably what he was going for.

  4. Jeff says:

    Never seen any single square pieces in any version of tetris I’ve ever played, ranging from the original in the late 80s to cell phone versions now.

    Not to say there couldn’t be some weird version that might throw a single block in from time to time, but not original tetris.

  5. technabob says:

    Thanks for the tip. Glad to know that you can actually buy these now.

  6. b-train says:

    re: single-square block

    this is like when people try to quote the konami code at you to prove their cred, and get it wrong.

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