Who, where, when: guide to the thin ice of stained glass
Which of the great artists engaged in stained glass art? Where, looking out the window, you can see the picture, through which the light penetrates? Gaudi, Fly, Chagall, Tiffany and not only – the messengers of the rainbow on Earth.
There are many stained glass techniques, but the main ones that have passed through the centuries are two. The first is the fastening of colored glasses with lead straps. It was used in Germany and France in the era of the Gothic (XII-XVI century.) The second – the application of special paint directly on the glass. It was actively used in the Renaissance (from the 16th century). Modern stained glass artists often use the second option, but everything depends on the taste and style of the author – the technique, as we said, is numerous. Continue reading
WAYS TO PHOTOGRAPHY UNDERWATER WORLD AND DO NOT OUTCUT
To catch in the lens of the inhabitants of the underwater world, it is not necessary to dive with an aqualung and acquire expensive equipment for shooting in the water. We offer you 10 ways to make it “dry” and at the same time have an interesting time.
1. Transparent canoe kayak
The Hammacher Schlemmer company produces excellent watercraft, and this double hybrid is one of them. The polymer creates the illusion that the line between you and the underwater world does not exist. If the water is crystal clear, you can even see the bottom. Continue reading
THE MOST EXPENSIVE PHOTOS IN THE WORLD COST MORE THAN $ 1 000 000
The cost of some photos is comparable to the cost of the most famous works of great artists of the Renaissance. How valuable are these photographs? What distinguishes them from the millions of selfies, photos of cats and children that we see every day? What reasons make art connoisseurs lay out bosons for exclusive shots? We present you the most expensive photos in the world (March 2015).
1. Peter Lick: Phantom ($ 6.5 million)
“Phantom” Continue reading