Our Story



In December 2011 we created a new art object: Kaleidoscope Glasses.  Over the past, however long, this invention has created a revolution in visionary art and can be seen at festivals and art galleries around the world. 

The purpose of this project is to stimulate the imagination and remind people that we all are co-creating the world around us with our thoughts; that with each thought we plant seeds for the world to come.

Our goal is to encourage everyone to take an active role in building a better future. By strengthening our powers of imagination and awareness through art, we hope to create a more conscious and compassionate world.   

Below is an art film we produced for "Kaleidoscope Glasses": 

In 2014, after 3 years of working with the kaleidoscope glasses invention, we had an idea to make wearable kaleidoscope monocles in the shape of an eye, with a series of crystals set in them.  We wanted to create unique optical instruments specifically for photography.

Our first monocle design was a collaboration with furniture designer and artist Matthew Morgan in Topanga CA. It was carved from one solid piece of walnut.


Our lenses are designed with high-quality crystal cut glass in order to make wildly creative, multifaceted images that represent the future of photography and visual art.  



We encourage you to look through your Future Eyes, and take a moment to consciously recognize each facet as one of your unique potential realities.  

You're choosing a path within an infinite number of possibilities, and this experience explores the human mind’s perception of time and space — giving access to potential reality in multi-dimensions.

Future Eyes kaleidoscope objects have the magical ability to expand your awareness while stretching the mind's understanding of what it means to see. 



Interview with Brent Pearson by Kate Eringer for Damaged Goods Magazine

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 "Imagination is the only key to the future.

Without it, none exists - With it, all things are possible."

Ida Tarbell


What future do you want to create?