21 Oct 2020

Mosaic Art Meets Halloween Art in a Spooky Twist

Halloween brings out the spooky spirit of each and everyone of us. We can reveal our dark side without worrying about the consequences. Some of us like to maintain that spirit all year round through dark art. That being said, here’s some spooky and dark Halloween mosaic art that express
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White tiger mosaic wall art - living room
09 Sep 2020

Interior Designer Guide to Mosaic Art In Home Interiors

Mosaic art is a form of art that goes back as far back as the 3rd millennium BC. In addition to its aesthetic purpose, mosaic art never fails to narrate a story and preserve its elements stone by stone. With a little imagination and a few creative changes, an area
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Frida-Kahlo-Mosaic
21 Dec 2015

How to Turn a Photo Into a Mosaic? 5 Ways You Need to Know!

Today I’m not going to show you how to make a stone art mosaic with step-by-step instructions. A simple search can do this for you. In this article I intend to illustrate a swift summary on free tools to help you transform your images and patterns, into mosaic designs and patterns. At the end of the day, most mosaic designers are self-taught, and technology today is helping us take more control over our own culture. Ever since I noticed the load of information about mosaic art, I thought of comparing it to the worldwide mosaic community. Although I couldn’t find plenty and I actually knew that our community is very small, but I noticed a passionate extroversion, and fervor to spread the knowledge and love of mosaic around the globe!
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Rainbow Fluorite
20 Feb 2015

Top Must-Know Interesting Facts About Fluorite

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.
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