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The Evolution of Mosaic Art | Mozaico

Going back 4,000 years or more, mosaic art was a principle and a form of expression. It was the art that complemented architecture and was considered to be an impressive asset. Nowadays, you see mosaic murals and artworks everywhere, ornamenting streets or decorating homes and monuments. Check out this list of incredible mosaic art and how it developed time after time.

English Breakfast Mosaic Artwork

The Beatle's Food Mosaic

This mosaic artwork has the name “Let it bean” referring to the material used to make this mosaic BEANS such as chickpeas, green peas and kidney beans. It is a reproduction of the famous Beatles album cover with the band member crossing the Abbey Road. This mosaic piece was created using elements of proper English breakfast such as meat, fruit, breads and veggies. One of the Beatles, Paul McCartney was a vegetarian and is created with non-meat foodies. The mosaic artist Paul Baker shows incredible attention to detail and precision.

Rubik Cubes Mosaic

Rubik Cubes Mosaic

This mosaic reproduction of Michelangelo’s Hand of God is a new way of handcraft. It was actually made out of Rubik cubes. This mosaic pixel art is a modern technique of creating mosaic like artworks tiling thousands of equally sized Rubik cubes together to form a final image. This type of craft needs fast thinking and handy skills.

Rubik Cubes Mosaic Art

Mosaic of Apples

food mosaic

This is a mosaic mural made out of apples and introduced to us by the ingenious Helge Lundstrom in the Apple Market Festival in Kivik, Sweden. This mosaic artwork is made with over than 75.000 apples, measuring 12 by 8 meters and weighing up to four tons. Helge Lundstrom is said to be the best apple artist and the only one in the world.

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And here is an apple made out of mosaic tiles that can be used as a decorative item.

Jelly Beans Mosaic

Jelly Beans Mosaic

This mosaic portrait isn’t made of mosaic glass tiles but with 10,000 real jellybeans covered with lacquer to give it the impression of a glass mosaic artwork. It’s now exposed in Brighton, Sussex at an old fashioned sweet shop. It was an impressive promoting idea for the Jelly Bean’s company. It was a dazzle for people passing next to the candy shop.

Monalisa Mosaic Jelly Beans

Bathroom Mosaic Design and Backsplash

flower mosaic

This is a creative new home decor idea for bathrooms ornamented with colorful mosaic tiles. Many bathrooms and kitchen mosaic backsplash designs are available on our Mozaico Website. These decorative ideas modernize any space you wish to spice up with color and creativity. Here you can see two mosaic art pieces from Mozaico installed into a home! Click on the images to be redirected to our web store.

kitchen backsplash

Mosaic Tile Sculptures

Turtle Mosaic

Mosaic tiles are not only used to create murals, they can also produce beautiful mosaic sculptures. These mosaic accessories are a marvel created with glass mosaic tiles, ceramics and pebbles. This impressive mosaic artwork can fill your gardens and outdoor space with charm and fascination.

outdoor mosaic

Mosaic Music Instrument

Mosaic Guitar

Here the mosaic artist takes art to a new level. He merges music with mosaic art and tunes them with each other. Transforming any music instrument to an impressive mosaic artwork is definitely an obvious mosaic evolution. Artists make creative designs with beautiful and colorful glass mosaic tiles.

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Mosaic Artwork on a Fake Cow Skull

Mosaic artwork

Here at Mozaico we are against animal hunting and cruelty. Therefore, we suggest having a fake animal skull instead of a real one hung on your walls and ours. This enchanting mosaic artwork is a fake skull, designed with glass mosaic tiles and hand cut stones.

Mosaic Tiles on Fake Cow Skull

Chess Coffee Table

Mosaic Chess Coffee Table

This is a beautifully designed tabletop mosaic. This vintage water jet mosaic tile is decked for all chess lovers. A creative and unique table handcrafted ingeniously.

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Mosaic Clothing

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Wonderful mosaic tiles and semi-precious stones can be put together to form beautifully designed dresses. They are wearable too!
Mosaic art can not only decorate your house but also ornament the runways and your wardrobes!

Runway Mosaic Dress

Mosaic Shoes

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Mosaic tiles even reached a level of ornamenting shoes. It can be a mosaic art piece such as the Cowboy boot used as a decorative item in your homes. Wearable and fashionable shoes can also be decked with beautiful mosaic stones, giving whoever is wearing them an exquisite style!

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Digital Mosaic Art

digital artwork

Mosaic art usually consists of putting together stone pieces or any sort of concrete material like a puzzle. However, digital photo mosaics are also gaining attention. Digital mosaic art consists of combining small pictures or pixels with each other to form a final outcome and an ultimate image such as the Steve Jobs portrait or the digital Eiffel Tower.

Apple Digital Mosaic

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Banksy Mosaic Art

Banksy - Flower Thrower Mosaic

Now for the main and essential mosaic medium: marble tiles. What is more revolutionary than Banky’s graffiti street art? Mozaico thought of making a marble mosaic reproduction of the famous Flower Thrower by Banksy. This art piece portrays the anger and frustration of the street riots in the 1960’s with the flowers made in color to represent the hope for peace. If you wish to have this mosaic hanging on your wall, click on this link to buy it.

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  1. Cheryl Combs
    April 8, 2015 at 6:53 am — Reply

    I appreciate all the photos you share. I found this site due to seeing some of these photos pinned on Pinterest. Far too often pins have no credit or explanation whatsoever and I refuse to re-pin anything until I have searched and have found out as much as I can about the subject, then I pin from the original source when I can. I fail to see how anyone can accuse you of having “stolen” someone’s art. You have not taken credit for any of these lovely mosaics, nor for the photos of them. If there is no watermark, no signature, no info on the web as to who took the pictures, then, in my opinion, they are fair game. You, at least, were able to to impart some information about each photo and quite a bit about most of the mosaics. I thank you.

    • April 8, 2015 at 9:34 am — Reply

      Hello Cheryl,

      Thank you for sharing your opinion and we appreciate your work ethic!

    January 23, 2015 at 11:20 am — Reply

    If you don’t know the artists name, you should not be using the photo on your blog!!!!!!!!. It is as simple as that. It is theft. You should only be able to use photos whose origin you know.. You devalue artists work by doing this. All those people who have spent untold hours making that art that you are trying to take credit for by having it there as an advertisement for your business, The artists deserve the recognition. You are riding on the back of these artists for profit. Bad business in my humble opinion!!!!!

    • January 23, 2015 at 7:36 pm — Reply


      We are well aware of the ethics of blog writing and we always write artists names. We are definitely not trying to profit of anyone’s back. Pictures that we post on our blog without artists’ names are pictures that have been shared all over social media and that we have found this way (without disclosure about the artists). If the artists contact us, it would be our pleasure to insert their names as it is their work. We are not trying to sell their work, on the contrary we are promoting their work and complimenting it. We are not implying ownership of any of the works. When the artworks are ours we state it, and when they are not we also do.

      Thank you for your feedback and do notify us if you know the name of the artists who created the pieces we shared.

  3. April
    January 15, 2015 at 1:36 am — Reply

    That correct form when you are displaying any artists work is too give them credit by saying the name of the artist and title of the work if you can get it. We all work very hard on our art, NEVER get paid enough for our work, and have difficulty selling anything or making a living. Just as you work hard on your blog and wouldn’t want anyone stealing any content without giving you credit artists deserve to be recognized. So from now on, please label every piece if art and who created it. Thank you.

    • January 15, 2015 at 5:56 pm — Reply

      Hello April,

      We are in total agreement and we do give credit to the artists. When it is hard to find the name of the artist, we do our research. However, sometimes even after thorough research we still can’t find the artists’ names. If you know any artists that made any art piece we shared without us writing their names, please do share it with us in order to modify our posts. Also if you are an artist or have artist friends, you can notify us to feature you in our blog. It is always our pleasure to support talented artists. Thank you for your feedback.

      Best Regards,
      The Mozaico Team

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