03 Jul 2015
Influenced by the Moorish architecture, this monument is definitely a celestial wonder hidden in a cavern. We believe it existed, however were astonished when we discovered its location. It’s hard to believe that this monumental castle influenced by the Moroccan style of architecture, is hidden behind an abandoned castle in Tuscany, Italy. The castle was built in 1605 by the Spanish nobleman, Ximenes of Aragon.
01 Jul 2015
Ever since the ancient Greeks, Romans and Byzantines have ascertained the medium of mosaic, its practice made its way through medieval Western Europe to finally reach the Islamic world and Eastern Europe. Throughout the modern period, mosaic art was being revived within the Arts and Crafts movement. The hallway of
27 Jun 2015
Art has always been the divine way to express a range of feelings. Throughout history, existence witnessed a wide diversity of art movements, revolutions and art dazes. Dali painted a melting clock to depict the erratic passage of time that we experience while dreaming. Painters of the mid-nineteenth century were mostly interested
24 Jun 2015
Ever since the world began, stones were used by mankind as a daily tool. Since the Stone Age, rocks and stones have been used as utensils. Metals are a vital part of our planet and are found in almost all rocks and soils. The minerals found in rocks have also been essential to the human civilisation and its evolution. Nowadays, stones and gemstones are used to cut other stones or to make jewellery adornments and micro mosaics. Discover 10 stones you can use to create a mosaic artwork.
19 Jun 2015
Have you ever wondered about a must see destination of the world that holds miracles, memories, magic and history? If you haven’t planned your summer vacation yet, this article is for you. Choose one of the 5 most blissful temples of the world and make your adventure unique and artistic!
16 Jun 2015
People are now so fascinated with street art that they travel through city streets all over the world to explore this popular and lively art movement. This artistic phenomenon can be in the form of paintings, mosaic tiles, carvings and many more. Outdoor graffiti murals are always easy to depict and indoor ceilings too, so why not add floor art designs? It’s a third dimensional world where the roads and sidewalks can be transformed into canvases with a wide range of angles. Discover the most inspirational floor art ideas and mediums.