Discover the World of Micro Mosaics If we took a trip back in history, we notice various kinds of mosaic art: each with a different technique, perspective and name. The name “Opus Vermiculatum” was invented by Romans to illustrate the art of mosaics made out of tiny and minuscule Tesserae called “Vermiculi” (little
If we could travel back in time to early antiquity, we would witness a great variety of techniques, insights and influences in art and especially mosaic and stone art. Mosaics were firstly created from pebbles, which were naturally colored later. By 200 BC, history introduces the hand cut stone Tesserae, still
Once again, Mozaico will celebrate the season of blooming flowers and melodious birds. Since we’ve been waiting for flowers to peak and birds to return, we hibernated in our own way to handcraft and design the most expressive mosaic artworks. And to rejoice in the sea of creation we stumbled across the favorite ten flower vases mosaic ideas to inspire ourselves and you , and make our tables and home ornaments merry the festive season with love!
All living species are greeting spring in their own way. Migrant birds are back and singing, flowers are blooming splendidly and trees are giving birth to the most luscious fruits. Warm and clean air fills the atmosphere with vibrant energies and joy. A beautiful color wheel in the sky to complement a colorful sunrise and yes, after the rain comes the rainbow. Here at Mozaico, we thought of celebrating spring and joining this melodious weather with the art of tiny tiles and colors. Check out the most beautiful floral mosaic designs of all time.
Many cultures celebrate spring festivals and fiestas around the March equinox, and the Spring Solstice. This time was known as a period of rebirth in the Northern Hemisphere which made it the right time to celebrate after the cold and windy days. Spring and outdoor gatherings are back, with the tasty smells of barbecue for veg-lovers and meat eaters. A thirst for cold juices and beer, Yes, spring is the time to skip crowded subways and traffic jams to walk or bike instead. A garden is a wonderful friend, so why not go out there breathe, meditate and relax? It’s where you can witness the colorful pansies and spring flowering bulb while enjoying the humming of birds. It’s time to endow yourself with serene green shades, with frogs and snails hidden in the grass. To make your experience more exciting and because we now spend less time in our gardens than ever before, Mozaico thought of some tips to beautify your gardens with creative and smart ideas to flatter yourself, to go out and breathe!
What is Fluorite? Fluorite is one of the most fascinating minerals. Fluorite is not a rock but a substance occurring in nature that has a solid and inorganic structure. Most of us don’t notice that this material has many essential industrial claims and its one of the most dazzling mineral according to collectors. Those who know about Fluorite, consider it as a decorative gemstone that has to be worn with care. However there’s a lot more to it than people know. Fluorite can be in any of the colors on the color spectrum and it was coined and discovered by Georgius Agricola. Fluorite dates back at least to the 1500s.