Creativity Review

The amazing story of most beautiful eggs in the world

The story of the luxury brand Fabergé is a fascinating one. Peter Carl Fabergé’s magnificent Eggs capture the era of Catherine the Great, the Romanov, its dynasty and their unparalleled excesses. Considered one of the most renown goldsmith in the world, he created more than 50 Imperial Eggs between 1885 and 1917. Two more were planned for Easter 1918 but were not delivered, due to the Russian Revolution…

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The art of repetition: Gjon Mili

At a time when long exposure did not exist on the settings of the camera, photographers like Gjon Mili decided to get a little creative. This New York based Albanian photographer was born in 1904 had a great talent for using the lights to illustrate action sequences and movements. His work includes, a stretching Frida Kahlo, a Broadway dancer Marlon Brandon or a strolling Hitchcock.

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Artists’ homes: Claire Basler

Having something original to express is one of the biggest obstacles for artists to overcome. But eventually, they each find their inspiration, their voice, their theme. What’s even more interesting is when they spill all of that in their own working space or home. Today we take a look at French artist Claire Basler’s house in Château de Beauvoir.

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