Channeling energy from ambient light and the earth's magnetic field, this perpetual motion art globe rotates continuously on its own, without any wires or batteries.
A refined balance between precision technology and artistic design, the result is a bold spherical interpretation of Vincent van Gogh’s painting Irises. Van Gogh started painting Irises in 1889 while he was at the Saint Paul-de-Mausole asylum in Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, France.
The globe’s curved shape and continuous rotation help to underscore the strong contours, flowing silhouettes, and vivid colors of the flowers in the painting.
The circular acrylic base creates a sleek profile.
Measures 4 inches in diameter.
Keep out of direct sunlight. Clean only with a soft cloth and water.
Watch the video to see it in action!