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Mosaic Artwork Of 5 Cities In Asia You Won’t Believe Are Real Places

Five Mosaics of Five Different Cities in Asia 

As we are celebrating the International Earth and the spring equinox, let’s take a peek at the wholly magical places that are actually here, on the planet Earth, and specifically in Asia. From the city of ghosts arriving to the sacred land, Asia is pretty wicked with its wonders.Here are 5 the most beautiful mosaics of 5 unearthly-looking cities in Asia, that will make your eyes pop and jaws drop. 

Bali, Indonesia

What better way to start an A to Z list of unearthly-looking places than with Bali? Bali the city of ghosts, is one of the most iconic landmarks of Asia and not just Indonesia. The phantasmal city of ghosts, features the most majestic centuries-old architecture, set against surreal and exotic backdrops. Bali’s highlands and coasts are also home to many ancient temples.

When East Meets East: Although the Korean presence in Indonesia goes back to several decades, the young Korean artist Seung Hoon Park, decided to pay tribute to this alliance in this spectacular mosaic. The artist produces visually fascinating compositions where a fragmented world comes together in complex arrangements. Throughout his Textus collection, the mosaicist has made an exceptional approach to redefine the typical landscape in one mosaic artwork at a time.

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Parkseunghoon Mosaic Artwork

Foça, Izmir Turkey 

Izmir, the innermost part of Turkey, is of course another spectral city.  Where else can you witness these warm colors, coalesced with humility and harmony?  The city of sunset and warm colors is beautifully depicted in this pixel mosaic artwork. Although, Izmir is one of the most westernized cities in Turkey, yet, for most, it is often dominated by Oriental and Asian influences. Who wouldn’t want to take a stroll down Izmir’s Kordon promenade, and be transported on cloud nine, back into a forgotten world of Turkish coffee, culture, and delights?  I bet we all agree, Izmir is one of the most fascinating and well worth exploring cities!

Copyrighted Credits to www.mozaico.com

Mosaic artwork

Mosaic artwork

Vientiane, Laos 

Laos provides a pleasant alteration of velocity for the backpackers who are used to Thailand or Vietnam. This small Southeast Asian country has stunning panorama, from limestone mountains, arriving to its enchanted forests and spectral waterfalls. Floating on the Mekong or walking along the river is a remarkably agreeable experience, especially early in the morning, when everything is covered in mist and you can see just a few boats moving in absolute silence. This mosaic of Laos, creates a beautifully captivating scenes with textured twist. The composition instantly comes together as a whole, but upon closer inspection, the details of the tiny squares reveal incomplete parts and unforeseen divisions that make the final results a lot more thrilling.

Copyrighted Credits to www.mymodernmet.com

Mosaic Artwork

Mosaic Artwork

Horsburgh Lighthouse, Singapore

Often refereed to Singapore’s ‘source of light and wisdom’, Horsburgh Lighthouse is a picturesque landmark and significant which spot to the eastern entrance to the Straits of Singapore. This picturesque landmark lends its charm to one of the most beautiful philosophies. Lighthouses glowing bright signals to ships, represent the adventurous “sagas” of our past and present times. Both mosaic pieces are depicting the charm of Singapore in a phantasmal, yet naturalistic influence.

Copyrighted Credits to www.showcasemosaics.com

Lighthouse-mosaic artwork

Mosaic Artwork - Lighthouse

Agra, India 

Finally, no list of wonder Asian cities would be complete without the sacred land – Agra! Also known as the city of love, it is one of the most visited cities in India. It is a city that mesmerizes travelers from all walks of life, and let them dive into all the vibrant colors of India. This mosaic artwork, perfectly  illustrates the symbol of love: The Taj Mahal.

This stunning marble mausoleum with a pretty white dome is part of the Seven Wonders of the World.

Copyrighted Credits to www.mozaico.com

mosaic artwork

Which city would you love to dig into and explore?

Did you discover a new city that you previously did not know about? Share with us your thoughts in the comment box below. 

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