For many of us, 2016 was a bit doozy, but we are all ready to hit refresh in 2017! True?
2017 offers a spotless new line up. I’m personally ready to twist (or utterly trench) all my DIY mosaics that went viral a couple of years ago! Yes, I’m so excited to ring in the New Year with some new mosaic home decorating trends! In the spirit of change, I hosted last week a reunion with design expert colleagues and artist friends. It was an easy, yet creative way to kick-start a discussion about the hottest color, décor and design trends for this year!
Today’s article is based on hundreds of conversations with interior designers and experts, and an accurate trend forecast from several primary and secondary interior design sources, including Philippe Starck, Marcel Wanders, and Jeffrey Beers!
As the curtain call for 2016 draws near, this article reflects on the year’s most fascinating and creative mosaic artist.The title ‘Most Popular Mosaicist of the year’ is provided to the artist with the highest number of votes.
Here, we will revisit my previous article that has garnered your votes for the most popular mosaicist of the year.
Before shutting out the lights and locking up for New Year’s Eve, we ran the numbers of your votes on the blog, Instagram, and Facebook to ascertain the artist you, our beloved readers, liked most! And the results shouldn’t be too surprising.
With 2016 almost over, it is time to look forward to what color trends the future will bring. Therefore 2017 will deliver a combination of colors and hues that you will use to decorate your living space. So instead of relying on simple shades, the coming year will be based
More than halfway through 2016 means one thing: It’s already time to honor the best mosaic artist of the year! Mosaic art is constantly evolving, so it’s no surprise that 2016 brought us some of the most inventive mosaics we’ve ever seen. Partially assorted, creatively designed, thoughtfully gimmicked and sometimes even cluttered with impulsive mediums, these mosaics soon emerged as a highly developed art form. As predicted in 2015, the mosaic art community has entirely shifted to fully embracing and practically requiring a heightened level of fresh and modern! Consequently, it’s been harder than ever to hit the top of the charts
5 mosaicists stand out this year as they strike that elusive sweet spot where their aesthetics are committed to innovative mosaic artworks! Now we need your help choosing the best of the bunch.
Take a look to see if your favorite mosaicist made the list of the 5 most popular mosaicists in 2016, and vote for your favorite in the comment box!
Mozaico has successfully delivered a plentitude of remarkable works of art this year. They have entered homes, inspired smiles, and spread recreational delight. They brought monotone spaces to life and transformed the dull into the surreal. However, we cannot share all of our creations. Doing so would take an infinite amount of time; a luxury that no human possesses. Therefore, let’s take a look at the top ten mosaic pieces that made this year so special for our art enthusiasts.
2017 The year of Mosaic Art!
Contemporary Mosaic Art is just a couple of years away from being a century old and yet is still changing and evolving as much as any millennial!
No longer do we hear the outcry that mosaic art is a dying art form. The revival of the medium is quite proficient than ever and is being created with principle and as a form of expression. Going back 4,000 years or more, mosaic art was the art that complemented the architecture and was considered to be an impressive skill. Nowadays, you see mosaic murals and artworks everywhere, ornamenting streets or decorating homes and monuments. They became more accessible to every interior designer regardless of technical ability or budget.
As mosaic art continues to be one of the most permanent art forms of the ancient world, so I once again asked some of the most creative mosaicists of our age to get their predictions on what we might expect for the coming year! In their opinions, this coming year promises an unfolding turmoil in Mosaic Art to turn our daily life into a three-dimensional canvas of all colors and square shapes.