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Some people just have too much creativity to be kept boxed up. This fine young lad decided his closet doors were much too mundane for his liking. Whilst having lovely members of the opposite sex visit your bedroom, ambiance is key. What follows is a reproduction of the Great Wave off Kanagawa, which is a famous print of Japanese wood block roots.

It took three months to complete, but as you can see here, it was worth it.

Step 1, clean the doors for a fresh canvas

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He started to draw the outline once the blue background was in place

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By using a grid like you did in high school, he kept things in proportion

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Start by adding white to the waves

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Such fine detail required months of painstaking effort

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All good things take effort

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If he moves, he should take the doors with him

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This guy must have the patience of Job to be able to hang in there that long to ensure his Great Wave mural came out to perfection. You better get started now if you want one in your room :-)

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Say What?!

Many things in the world are quite complicated. Your health, jobs, family, and money are a source of stress. That’s what makes Simplicity so beautiful.

That’s a reason why this Austrian artist’s creation is so wonderful. Klemens Torggler created his Evolution Door as an extension of his practice, but I want one. Now. He took something as simple as a door, deconstructed it even further and created something incredible.

It is a 4-panel entryway that looks surprisingly like a normal door… until you touch it.

Say What?!
Say What?!

The door then collapses smoothly, folding like origami.

You Want This
You Want This

Then, it reforms on the other side of the doorway.

Like Magic I Tell You
Like Magic I Tell You

Klemens calls his beautiful system a “flip panel door” (Drehplattentür). It’s technically considered kinetic art and a prototype, so you wouldn’t be able to buy one for your home just yet (although I’m completely certain I would). Watch the video below to see it in action:

Get me this door, NOW!

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