The Worldwide History of Spanish and Portuguese Fascinating Tiles or Azulejos

Azulejos belong to the artistic world of Spanish and later Portuguese traditional tiles. Their production starts in the 14th century with the arrival of Moorish invaders. The word azulejo comes from Arabic language, (al zulaycha), which means little polished stone. … Continue reading The Worldwide History of Spanish and Portuguese Fascinating Tiles or Azulejos

An exciting view of an entrance to a metro station in Montreal, Canada. Another form of art and appreciation for aesthetics.

The Extraordinary and Whimsical Art of Canada’s Metro Stations

Within the free-and-easy country of Canada, there is a hidden gem of expression throughout its architecture. As we explore the extraordinary and whimsical art of Canada’s metro station, there will come an appreciation for sophistication and beauty. From ambitious origins, … Continue reading The Extraordinary and Whimsical Art of Canada’s Metro Stations

Expanded image of MUSAN

Now Introducing the Museum of Underwater Sculpture Ayia Napa (MUSAN)

The MUSAN It could be argued that Jason deCaires Taylor, British sculptor, environmentalist, photographer, and creator of MUSAN, rightfully deserves to be titled a “pioneer” for his development of the world’s first underwater sculpture park–and the many others he constructed … Continue reading Now Introducing the Museum of Underwater Sculpture Ayia Napa (MUSAN)

A lovely artistic presentation of Bram Stoker with various forms of Dracula characters present. A real motivating author from Ireland

The Remarkable Achievements of Bram Stoker’s Dracula in Ireland

In the mystic emerald isle of Ireland, artistic expression never fails to arise and fascinate audiences. Here we will discover the in-depth effects Bram Stoker plays throughout Ireland when presenting his infamous novel Dracula. From quiet beginnings, gifts, and sheer … Continue reading The Remarkable Achievements of Bram Stoker’s Dracula in Ireland