made by Miriam

Mosaic meets 3D printing

3D printing and mosaic make a real good team. It allows you to make complicated shapes according to your own ideas in which tesserae can be placed easily.

Red foxes and Altbier

A proof for being back in Germany: Using beer coasters in mosaic making.

Church mosaics installed in Sardegna

Do you remember my post on the mosaics for the church in Sardinia? Emilie Baudrais and Babylon Mosaic were asked to make 12 floor…

Thou shalt not…

Anyone out there who can recite to me the 10 commandments? Not sure about them? No worries, me neither.

At sea

What could be more beautiful for a mosaicista in the summer than working on a mosaic made of blues and greens that form a foaming sea and wild waves?

Saggio finale: Phoenix rising

After cutting the lava stone into chopsticks, cubes and halves, I finally found the form I liked for my final mosaic work of second year.

Mosaic portrait finished!

It really feels like magic when tesserae made of stone begin to form the eyes, the nose, the mouth, and finally the face gets its shape.

A portrait made of marble

Creating a portrait with marble is surely the most fascinating thing I have been doing until now here at the mosaic school in Spilimbergo.

Hangs like hell!

Finally, our Byzantine group work was hung and of course we have posed proudly for a photo.

Inspired by Ikebana: 3D mosaic

The Japanese art of flower arranging serves as inspiration for a 3D mosaic that incorporates foreign objects.

Mucha meets Facchina 2.0

Our approach to modern mosaics is an interpretation of Mucha’s ‘Pole Star’.