Pop Art of Delftware
Delft is a little village in Netherlands famous for its unique prints on pottery. Made in unique shades of blue, this form of pottery art is famous the world over, for its unmatched finish, glaze and beauty. Today the art of pottery has influenced the world of pop art as well, resulting in a new style called Delftware pop art. Here is more information about this form of pottery and how it translates into art on various mediums.Pop Art in America
While pop art began in Britain, it is said to have thrived and prospered in America. There were various reasons that fueled the growth of pop art here. For one, people were more accepting to this form of art. Secondly, artists here were looking for new means of expression that related to popular culture. And thirdly, pop art came to America at the right time.
The upgraded versions of digital cameras flood the market regularly. With this development, there is a constant requirement of image editing techniques simultaneously. Several tools are introduced in new software applications. This has given the impetus for editing digital photos professionally with multiple clipping path techniques for better results.Low E (Energy Efficient)
Introduction: Low-e glass stands for low emissivity glass. This glass varies from normal clear glass in that one side of the glass has a special metal coating, technically known as a low emissitivity, or Low E. coating. Low-E glass is a type of insulating glass, which increases the energy efficiency of windows by reducing the transfer of heat or cold through glass. That means in the winter your house stays warmer, and in the summer it stays cooler. There are two types of Low-E (low emissivity) glass available – Pyrolytic (hard coat) is our Synergy product and is considered to be a medium performer, and sputtered (vacuum deposition or soft coat) is considered to be the highest performer. As energy saving will become more and more important in our daily lives, implementing low-e glass in our houses will soon be a standard we all have to comply to.Blek Le Rat, an Iconic Graffiti Artist
Born as Xavier Prou, in the beautiful land of Paris, Blek Le Rat was a famous artist, known for pioneering the graffiti art movement in this place. After studying etching, lithography and painting for six years, he went on to study architecture. He began graffiti art in the early 1980s by painting pictures of rats on the street walls of his city. The rat was one of his favourite elements, and he often described it as being the only free animal and the one that spreads plague everywhere. During the early years, he was largely influenced by graffiti artists of New York City. After visiting it, he brought the style to Paris, adapting it to suit the culture of the region.