In the previous posts I started to write about influence of art history on modern design and I began with the Gothic Style from the Medieval Period, which was followed by the post about the Baroque Style from the Western Art.Continue reading
In the previous post I started writing about some of the most important styles of art history, and I began with the Gothic Style from the Medieval Period.
Today I am moving on to another important style, this time from the Western Art: Baroque Style.
This is the first article of a series, presenting some of the most important styles from each period, styles that still offer high inspiration for designers even today. I will focus in today’s post on the Gothic Style from the Medieval Period.Continue reading
For all of you adrenaline junkies out there, and for all of you scared of heights, this article will take you on a rollercoaster. Just when you thought it was over and it couldn’t get better it does in a remarkable way. You just have to stare with admiration at these photographs and at the men and women behind them – because they are not your ordinary Joe. No, they are completely crazy. Crazy in love with taking the best adrenaline pumping picture out there. Did I get you all stirred up? Well, let’s scroll down and go on this wonderful trip.Continue reading
Glass, whether as an utility or an art material, calls for careful handling. It takes a lot of time to shape and one wrong move would mean going back to square one. But for Polish artist Marta Klonowska, beauty can be found even in the seemingly worthless shards. Deftly breaking glass is where she begins to execute her passion for forming sculptures.Continue reading