Magnetic Pixels Are An Awesome (Though Tedious) Way To Decorate Your Fridge

Magnetic Pixels (Image courtesy Magnetic Pixels)
By Andrew Liszewski

If you don’t have kids at home, there’s a good chance your refrigerator is devoid of finger paintings, report cards and other such decorations. But that doesn’t mean it has to be completely bare. Magnetic Pixels is an easy to use kit that comes with 1400 10mm x 10mm colored magnetic squares that can be used to create pixelated works of art. The magnets come in 16 different shades, but if you’re feeling a little uninspired you can download a handful of pre-made pixelated designs from their website to get you started.

Now according to the Magnetic Pixels site, the kits should be available from Kikkerland, but I can’t find any mention of them on their website.

[ Magnetic Pixels ] VIA [ swissmiss ]

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