27 Aug 2018
Mosaic wall art has been around for millennia, but it still demonstrates an incomparable beauty and reverence today. Used as decoration in the distant past, these images were designed to inspire the viewer, whether that be a depiction of the thrill of the hunt, or of pleasure and indulgence. They
23 May 2018
The mosaic artform might come off as being an antiquated application that is rooted in an era in human history preceding Christ. But the truth is, although many famous mosaics are actually relics from the past, there are contemporary artists that have given a re-think of the millennia-old art form,
25 Apr 2018
Hanging wall art can be a very daunting task. You can rely on a hunch, take a step back and leave it up to sheer eyesight to decide if it looks about right. But if you’re aiming to hang your mosaic wall art like a pro, there is an actual
28 Feb 2018
As I already stated in a previous article, Morocco is a country with rich mosaic art and culture. There are cities that look great in every tourist photos, and there are cities so beautiful that no photo, no matter how skillfully taken, can make them justice. Morocco is definitely one
21 Jul 2017
Too often in home décor, we see mosaic art treated as an addition. It’s what gets dealt with last, long after the final coat of paint has dried on the walls and all of the furniture has been artfully arranged. Nonetheless, mosaic art is an art form that combines many aspects, and the most important one is the fact that when chosen thoughtfully, the right mosaic can provide for the entire room. First showing up in the 4th century and showing no signs of slowing down in popularity today, the art form has several art collectors and aficionados, including myself! Let’s take a look at some gorgeous rooms rockin’ this traditional art form, shall we?
13 Jul 2017
Park Guell: Step inside the futuristic vision of Gaudí is actually the second article I dedicate to the city of daydreams, Barcelona! This city embraced art and architecture like no other, and this fact is revealed in its remarkable Catalan architecture and many stupendous modernist landmarks designed by Antoni Gaudí. Park Guell is one of the most surreal landscapes ever build on the planet, the futuristic experiment of the architect Antonio Gaudí and his wealthy patron the Count Eusebi Guell, after whom the park was named. Though never fully completed, it still remains one of Gaudí’s most vibrant and humorous projects and has been attracting, tourists, art lovers, and dreamers to a visually striking, and technologically complex future of Barcelona. Enough said. This article will embark on a heartfelt journey to rediscover the futuristic and dynamic vision of the fantasy concept of the Park!