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13 Oct 2021

Top 8 Reasons Mosaic Tiles Belong in Your Home

Mosaic tiles are practical, reliable, and one of the best additions to your home. Don’t limit yourself to thinking about them for just backsplashes – mosaic art is perfect for bathroom floors, pools, showers, kitchens, and so much more! Here are just a few of the reasons you’ll love mosaic
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06 Oct 2021

Tessellation-The Art of Repeating Patterns

You may be looking at a tessellated pattern right now, and not realize it! Although it’s not a term you hear every day, tessellation is a key component of art and decoration. Simply defined, it’s a repeated geometric shape that covers a surface. The name comes from something we hold
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29 Sep 2021

Ten Modern Looks Inspired by Art Paris 2021

The Art Paris 2021 event was a hard one to miss. If you’ve missed out on travelling to museum and art gallery visits in the last year, this huge show might have caused little tears over your passport. Just closing on September 12, it featured 140 galleries from over twenty
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22 Sep 2021

20 Subway Stops you’ll wish you had on your daily commute

You might not associate public transportation with art – but metro systems around the world are filled with mosaic art displays. Each of these amazing subway stops has a beautiful art installation that will make you wish you had them on your morning commute! Let’s take a trip around the
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11 Sep 2021

Michelangelo’s Favorite Stone – Marble

“Perfection is no small thing, but it is made up of small things.” – Michelangelo Marble has been a staple of upscale homes and public spaces for far longer than you might guess. The association with luxury and quality and positive reputation of this stone has been earned over not
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31 Aug 2021

Remembering Chuck Close as a Mosaic Artist

The highly influential American artist Chuck Close passed away earlier this month at the age of 81. His decades-long career showed longevity, even as his physical infirmities affected his style. Large-scale photorealistic works put him on the art world map. Later in life, his portraits using mosaic-style grids brightened subway
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