I recently purchased two tables at a consignment shop that appear to be made from a print by the abstract artist Wassily Kandinsky. I am sure they are only prints and it's not too expensive but, it would appear to me that there should have been three tables in the set and I was only able to find the two. I don't know how to post pics on this site, if that's even possible, but if you wish to see the art it is called Yellow Red and Blue painted by Kandinsky in 1925.
This table appears to have been produced using two very large prints (about 40x33 inches) that were cut into pieces. One large piece would be the center of the table inset with 8 symmetrically placed square insets surrounding that center piece of the original print.
The tables are beautifully swirl brushed aluminum with the art cut into pieces and layered under acrylic in squares about 4 inches around a center piece that is 22 inches square. The coffee table is 36 inches square with a piece of beveled glass that is 44 inches square raised above the aluminum on 4 inch tall 1 inch round risers that are made to look like they continue through the piece into legs which are about 1½ inches in diameter.
The end table matches in smaller dimensions being only 22 inches square with a center art piece ( a different portion of the larger print) that is only 11 inches surrounded by square insets only 3 inches square.
They are truly stunning pieces of modern furniture with the incorporation of the artwork but, I can find no information about production or availability of any other pieces. I am dying to know if there is a third table that goes with this set as there is a proportional section of the original artwork missing and it would make sense that is located on the third table.