When you're a special sort of elf, like Sy, something as simple as watching people having a conversation could become a polychromatic piece of art.
Even the standard bulb-shaped balloons are an eyeful in their polychromatic splendour, shown to best effect at the ‘night glows,’ when the balloons are lit up inside like Chinese lanterns to the strains of classical music.
The floor is a waxen, polychromatic coat of sharp, glistening shards.
Emily Young abandoned painting in the 1980s to begin carving elemental forms, such as this Rainbow Onyx Head, from ancient hulks of polychromatic stone.
The thin, polychromatic striations of the different coloured tiles add surprising texture and visual animation to the internal and external wall planes.
All around the main concourse there is a polychromatic array of multicultural mixed sex, mixed aged groups doing their own thing.
The aim of our study was to establish such an action spectrum by using different polychromatic UV-B light sources.
Hogan is best known for his polychromatic relief paintings made by pouring Rhoplex over concentric coils of rope laid out in geometric patterns.
This year, Barcelona's Beth Galli has given the city's St Patrick's Street an exotic carpet of polychromatic stone that has transformed the pedestrian experience.
What Ralph and Jack would ‘see’ underwater is not a ‘fairy realm’ in all its magic detail but a polychromatic blur with a few vague shapes.