Texture plays a huge role in how art is perceived, interpreted and enjoyed, and sometimes a painting or print just won’t cut it. If you’re looking to add a point of interest in your home, you could use a three-dimensional MCM art piece that has depth in both its meaning and physicality. We gathered our top 10 retro art pieces to help get you started.
Enjoy vibrant colors and geometric shapes with this Moderne Stabile. A stabile—or kinetic mobile—can be displayed on a tabletop and doesn’t need to be hung from the ceiling.
This “Sax Fiend” robot piece is guaranteed to start some intriguing conversations in your home! Doug Brannan makes robots using found vintage objects, and his creations are one of a kind.
Some art is only meant for visual enjoyment, but this Foldable Star Sculpture can be picked up and studied. It would make a great side table or office desk piece.
You can’t go wrong with an iconic three-dimensional MCM art piece by SHAG in your home. His “Little Phaedra” Modernist Ceramic Sculpture and Print Set would make an eye-catching vignette in any room.
Elevate your paintings and pictures with a “Carlo of Hollywood” style frame. Not only will your art be appreciated, but the frame itself becomes a secondary art piece!
The many layers of this Autour De Nous Wall Art imitate movement and life, so it would be a good piece to liven up a simple space.
If a large art piece is too much of a commitment, start small with this Mid Century Modern hanging mobile. They come in several stained wood color options that will brighten a window, doorway or wall.
This 17-piece Glass Mobile is an easy way to add a multitude of colors to you wall.
Turn your living room into an art gallery with these “Sun & Moon” sculptures. Their balanced look will bring balance to your life.
Mixing linen and wood materials, this Mid Century Modern sculpture painting would be a bold focal point to display behind a couch or above a fireplace.
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