New York designer Joe Doucet created this mirror that makes the viewer look as if they're immersed in water as a tribute to victims of Hurricane Sandy.
The blue lower half of the circular mirror refracts the light slightly compared to the total reflection of the top, so a small portion of the visage appears in both. The effect is similar to looking through a glass tank that's half-full of water.
Joe Doucet's studio is located in Lower Manhattan, one of the areas worst affected by the storm, and he designed the piece to be a daily reminder of the natural disaster.
"The mirror came about by my thinking that it had been less than six months since Sandy and I almost never thought about it," he says. "I was struck by how quickly we forget tragedy."
Named after the unit of measurement for water depth, the one-off Fathom Mirror was created for an exhibition and auctioned off with work by other New York designers to raise money for disaster relief.
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