This pocket sized gazing device is based on the Rule of Thirds, which breaks an image into nine equal parts using two equidistant vertical lines and two equidistant horizontal lines. This ratio is often used by artists to create compelling compositions. It encourages artists to avoid placing the subject of their image in the centre.
Use the Rule of Thirds Finder to help capture a visual tension in your compositions.
Material: Laser Etched Acrylic
Dimensions: 8.1cm x 8.1cm x 0.3cm
Designed by Parsons & Charlesworth for Areaware
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