Haven’t posted art and maths related things for a while, but I have discovered this great images from Math – Update and I had to search for more information about them.
You know about my love for Escher’s art and I was extremely excited when I found out about this artists who made interior design and monumental art from those incredible pieces of art. So, here is Andreas von Zadora-Gerlof, one of the world’s foremost gem stone artist (otherwise known as gylyptics). He created Zadora, an artistic foundation. From this foundation he has created a world class workshop that has mastered practically any technique required to produce the amazing cross section of commissions his patrons bring to his atelier. Over the years von Zadora-Gerlof and his team have created unparalled jewellery, watches, objects de vertu, precious architectural installations as well as automatons and timepieces for a delighted carriage trade clientele worldwide. I was very happy to see that he has done a collection based on Escher’s pieces. Here are some images:
Hope you enjoyed this short post. All the images are from the official Zadora website, feel free to check it for of Andreas von Zadora-Gerlof great pieces. Have a great day. You can find me on Facebook, Tumblr, Google+, Twitter and Instagram. I will try to post there as often as possible.
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