The Multius Hanging Art Mobile

This beautiful mobile is called "Multius" by Julie Frith. It comes in various sizes, from small to XX large. The Multius has been chosen by a variety of buyers; parents picking this mobile design for their new baby's nursery, architects filling a large open space, interior designers matching shapes and colors to their clients' homes, gardeners choosing an 8' Multius mobile for their outdoor courtyard.

All around the world this design is hanging, moving in the breeze dazzling people's eyes. Organic shapes, all interconnected moving one petal, which then moves the next and that moves another.

As an art form, kinetic hanging mobiles have been around for 80 years now. Alexander Calder is credited with creating the first mobiles and stabiles, and is still considered a leader in the medium. For more information on the Multius mobile see Mobiles by Julie Frith. Website:

Mobiles and Stabiles by Julie Frith

Garden Mobiles Hanging Art with Nature

Mobile Art aside the house ads color to the greenery. Mobiles are so fun, they dazzle your eyes with their movement and color. Make sure you untangle them from the wind.

Some mobiles look so much like plants, they blend right into the flower beds.

Can you see this mobile?

Make a collection on a side wall outside with fun beach collections of driftwood, rocks, flowers, found objects, toys, mobiles and even broken pots.

Multius mobile made of plastic and stainless steel, will never rust.
Mobiles outside are Buddha-ful! That's what my cat "Jazz" says!

For more information on mobiles, go to Mobiles by Julie Frith.

Unique Baby Mobiles for Modern Parents

Mobius mobile by Julie Frith is in all white to accent the white frames and white crib. It will entertain the baby as she/he sleeps and comes awake. The mobile moves with the slightest of air currents, and will calm and dazzle the babies eyes for hours. Make sure to move the mobile up and out of the babies reach as she/he grows older. But don't remove the mobile form the babies room, this is a part of the child's upbringing and your kid will be attached to it forever remembering his childhood as she/he grows up. They can even take their mobile with them to college, then give it to their child etc. Forever art, that will be in the family heirloom for generations to come.

This is an Eliptusmobius mobile by Julie Frith which matches the rooms decor, the bedding in orange, creams, browns, tans and white. Color coordinating the mobile can be so easy. Just tell the artist making the mobile the colors, and she can make a few color mockups for you to choose from.

Stark and clean and modern.

The combination of the Modernist and the Eliptusmobius mobiles work well together. This nursery has two one from their first baby and the second from their latest baby. Each child has their own. As they grow up they will share their room and their art. Make sure to have the art certificates made out to the child's name.

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Modern Art Mobiles