(3 min read) If you have mosaic art in your home, you are part of a tradition that dates back thousands of years and is found across the globe. Whether your mosaic piece is a kitchen backsplash, decorative mural, or bathroom design, you’ll want to clean it regularly to maintain its
(4 min read) Mosaic art can be applied virtually anywhere, from subway walls to bowling balls. Just like its undestroyable predecessor (paradoxical, but true), contemporary mosaic art should be able to captivate the attention, make a statement, and last wherever you decide to put it, regardless of the base. You’ll
(4 min read) I was recently browsing the web for some fresh ideas and I ran into one of the most infuriating questions I’ve read since the last time Kathy Griffin decided to voice her opinion. So, the question was (*insert dramatic pause*): “Is mosaic art still popular?” O. M.
(4 min read) There’s an ongoing silent debate in the upper echelon of the art world about whether The Frame should be recognized as an art form of its own. Famous early modernist painter John Marin was known for always looking for a “Blessed Equilibrium” between paintings and their frames.
(4 min read) We’ve talked about the intricate beauty and durability of mosaic artwork many times. It is clear why mosaic art tends to be a bit pricey and why it is worth it, but what about mosaic tiles? That turned out to be one of the most searched questions
(4 min read) Mosaic art brings together the old and the new. It’s a tradition that dates millennia, but you’ll find plenty of contemporary examples. And although mosaics are rooted in Western art, you can seek design inspiration from Chinese and Japanese art. The result is an original artwork that
(4 min read) I think it’s due time we chat about this subject, as the pandemic is seemingly coming to its painful end. However, the world is being very careful (as it should be) and the changes the pandemic made in all of our lives are here to stay, at
(4 min read) Throughout history, art has been used (and abused) by both respective artists and ruling political regimes of the particular time period. During the war, artworks tend to become propaganda weapons, but also activism tools. This especially goes for the film (propaganda movies) and sculptures (monuments, busts). However,
(4 min read) Art has always been at the forefront of the social and political situation of every country, and mosaic art is not an exception. Just like every other widely admired art form, mosaic art was often used as means of propaganda and advertising. However, unlike with many other
(4 min read) Depending on where you’re at in the world, city streets can either be historically significant or modern… Or that’s what one would think. However, most streets, especially in Europe, are an eclectic mix of both with various forms of historical and pop-culture landmarks here and there. Just
(4 min read) Landscape or scenery mosaics are all the rage these days. In 2020 mosaic art was all about that greenery, from lime to deep Brunswick green, mosaic artworks seemed to be bursting with nature and life. In 2021 those jungle shrubs and Kapok trees, as well as lilies
(4 min read) Boho was inspired and unknowingly created by people who choose to lead unconventional and carefree lives. Bohemian interior design means your home is full of culture, life, and interesting and unusual items on display. Needless to say, this makes Boho style one of the easiest to incorporate
(4 min read) We all know that traditionally mosaic art is made of small squarish pieces of stone or glass, otherwise known as tesserae. However, times have changed and so have the ways of mosaic making. Today you can make a gorgeous mosaic artwork out of virtually anything, from candy
(3 min read) Mosaics Lab has been recognized by the renowned Houzz Service yet again and awarded for the best Customer Service. Take that Jeff Bezos, United Airlines and purple-haired cashier at Walmart! Treating your customers well DOES pay off. If you are uncertain what getting the prestigious Best of
(5 min read) Industrial design is all about the raw and exposed, which makes it perfect for combining with virtually any type of outwork out there. And not because it is lame or without character, but simply because it follows the narrative of “unfinished”, so you can practically “finish” it
(4 min read) The art form of mural-making has truly taken over the world in these past few decades. Whether you want to make a political statement, celebrate a social movement, or just make people on the streets stop and admire something for a couple of seconds — murals seem to be