Today, travelers visiting different corners of the globe see magnificent evidence of past lives, from the pyramids of ancient Egypt on the banks of the Nile, to the ornately carved temples of ancient Greece and Rome, and the lofty medieval cathedrals with spires soaring into the sky. These buildings, some of them thousands of years old, all have one thing in common. They are built of stone.
Simple trick You can show anywhere and to everybody.
All necessary requisitions are small piece of a paper and Your middle finger.
But not only children are delighted and admired when they see what a great magician You are.
Sometimes even adults very surprised till they understand how You move piece of paper from one finger to another!
Taking Venice as his theme, Kessler flooded the courtyard of the hotel with water dyed blue to resemble the sea. Magnificent painted backdrops provided the setting, and the entire scene was illuminated by 400 Venetian lamps. His two dozen guests sat inside a huge silk lined gondola bobbing on the “canal,” surrounded by 12,000 carnations and an enormous number of roses. They are food prepared by 15 master chefs and served by waiters dressed as gondoliers.
Everyday, normal, mundane things can be turned into something creative, interesting, and artistic with a little ingenuity. Think how much more exciting and inspiring the world around us would be if even the ordinary became extraordinary. The bizarre subculture of art cars is a great example of this. A lot of people spending a lot of time, money, and energy into making their cars portable works of art to be shown off at festivals and parades throughout the country. Take a look at some of the coolest ones that I could find.
Everyday objects can have a place in the world of art. They don’t have to be totally boring, utilitarian objects. They can become something to make you smile or inspire you or make you think. A chair could be, and sometimes is, so much more than a place to sit. See the images below to see how artistic and beautiful chairs can actually be.
Everyday objects can have a place in the world of art. They don’t have to be totally boring, utilitarian objects. They can become something to make you smile or inspire you or make you think. Even the lowly garbage can is able to be changed into something more than a boring trash receptacle.