welt als tastatur (1996), by thomas feuerstein

This surprising kitchen is the brainchild of Austrian conceptual artist Thomas Feuerstein. It is an artwork, but like many artworks we come across, it contains wonderful ideas to be had and used, like scrabble tiles on the walls.

Just for the hell of it, we started hunting down scrabble tiles. We didn’t find any ceramic ones, but found vinyl ones in Sweden at  Bokstavskakel…We thinking they’d make a fine floor.

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4 replies on “scrabble tiles for kitchen or floor

  1. I am interested if you have scrabble floor tiling.

  2. I might add some blue and taupe colored tiles. The board is never completely covered by tiles. Theses tiles are wonderful!

  3. Ha. Never thought of that. Good idea!

  4. Interested in having some scrabble tiles in my kitchen . How much and where can I get them

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