Writing on the Wall: Cover your wall with QWERTY keys

Ever wondered how to make your  wall more 3D and solid, AND still feel like you’re in front of a computer? Well now you can practice your touch-typing even while you’re half asleep in bed – with the wall next to you. Artist Sarah Frost has decided to take a few blank walls that were missing a few thousand keys, and fill the spaces in. Yet it makes for an interesting look, and has proved quite popular, especially when you think about how ugly these broken buttons are on their own, and when combined make for a spectactular look on the wall.

Next time you think of redecorating the living room, try something a bit more radical, no?

Images belong to Sarah Frost
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