Once upon a time… a duo of Ukrainian artists took the name of Interesni Kazki, which literally means ‘interesting fairy tales’, and still no doubt AEC and Waone know how to stick to this creative concept!
I began to study chemistry engineering in Ankara, which I did not like. After studying for 2 years, I moved to Istanbul where I started Marmara University Faculty of Fine Arts. During my university life, I worked in commercial agents and painting houses. In 1985, after graduating 1 year later than expected, I continued being graphic artist. I started to draw photorealistic illustrations with Airbrush
A full-time freelance artist, Sawaya accepts commissions from individuals, corporations, and … well just about anyone with a good idea! He’s also available to design and build custom creations at events, photo shoots and conventions.
So let Sawaya know what you have in mind, there are literally no limits to what he can create out of LEGO.
Born in Colville, Washington and raised in Veneta, Oregon, Sawaya’s childhood dreams were always fun. He drew cartoons, wrote stories, perfected magic tricks and also played with LEGO. Sawaya attended NYU. After college he rediscovered LEGO but not as a toy, but rather as a medium!
Botticelli's backside. Not many people have seen a rear view of Botticelli's Venus, but thehotel/pub where I had lunch in Workington has transformed the famouspainting into a giant shiny plaster statue.
The New 7 Wonders of the World (2001-2007) was an initiative started in 2001 to choose Wonders of the World from a selection of 200 existing monuments. The popularity poll was led by Canadian-Swiss Bernard Weber and organized by the New7Wonders Foundation based in Zurich, Switzerland, with winners announced on July 7, 2007 in Lisbon. Here are the selections, all of which are amazing.
The origins of Renaissance art can be traced to Italy in the late 13th and early 14th centuries. During this so-called "proto-Renaissance" period (1280-1400), Italian scholars and artists saw themselves as reawakening to the ideals and achievements of classical Roman culture. Writers such as Petrarch (1304-1374) and Giovanni Boccaccio (1313-1375) looked back to ancient Greece and Rome and sought to revive the languages, values and intellectual traditions of those cultures after the long period of stagnation that had followed the fall of the Roman Empire in the sixth century. The Florentine painter Giotto (1267?-1337), the most famous artist of the proto-Renaissance, made enormous advances in the technique of representing the human body realistically. His frescoes were said to have decorated cathedrals at Assisi, Rome, Padua, Florence and Naples, though there has been difficulty attributing such works with certainty.
Bellepoque circular motif inspired by the Paris metro. Planting fences or tree fences are a good solution for urban landscape areas when a tree grate is not possible or is not desired. These perimeter fences will protect both plants and tree trunk. Unlike tree guards which protect only the tree trunk. Ask us about Tree Guards if you have a need. Each planting fence photo is a rendering, but Iron Age will gladly produce the planting fence (tree fence, or tree guard) pictured for your project. These tree fences are intended to be 18 to 20 inches high, unlike tree guards which can be 5 feet tall.
I love modern architecture with its clean lines, simple form and non-traditional outlook. It's so different from you would expect. Some of these homes are so beautiful I am in awe of the imagination that designed them.
Salvador Dali's art can be startling, unsettling and often challenging to figure out. His paintings are full of symbolism and hidden meaning. Born in Figueres, Spain in 1904, Dali is known for his technical skill as a painter and the shocking quality of his imagination.
There is something magical about watching the fluid movement of molten liquid glass as it transforms into a vase or a sculpture or a globe. There’s the beauty and suspense of the unfolding drama, the dangerous element of the intensely hot fire and the alchemy of taking separate raw elements and transforming them into something else entirely.