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Mariella Di Gregorios unusual jewelry

Mariella Di Gregorios unusual jewelry

Necklace. Mariella Di Gregorios unusual jewelry

Mariella Di Gregorios unusual jewelry

Italian designer of unusual jewelry decorations, Mariella Di Gregorios creates them from the fragments that were once a luxury porcelain. As a result, a gallery of stunningly beautiful necklaces, pendants, rings, earrings and bracelets. According to the designer, art has always interested her, even since childhood. Graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Palermo, the young artist moved to Milan, where for several years she worked in the field of graphic design. Meanwhile, she decided to create her own brand, named after its creator – Mariella Di Gregorio. Noteworthy, each jewel is a unique, handcrafted piece, and right for women who like to express their uniqueness, femininity and originality.
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Beautiful Art Deco Art Nouveau jewelry

Art Deco Art Nouveau jewelry

Exquisite Art Deco Art Nouveau jewelry

Art Deco Art Nouveau jewelry
An important element in shaping jewelry of XVIII-XIX century were quite complex decorations made of precious stones, gold and silver. Some ornaments picked bouquets of bright stones: amethyst tulips, ruby ​​roses, aquamarine daisies, turquoise forget-me-nots, butterflies with transparent agate wings, and chalcedony flies. Besides, Art Nouveau jewelers used feminine and fantasy figures, stylized flowers, vines, leaves, scrolls, birds, serpents and insects in beautiful enamels. Gemstones and pearls were incorporated into the designs of gold work. Jewelers widely used techniques of casting and stamping, hand and guilloche engraving. In addition, used matte and shiny gold and gold green, yellow and red, opalescent enamel, pearl, engraved and smooth. Balance, strict symmetry ornaments were essential in this style, and many pieces were brightly colored. In fact, Art jewelers rebelled against the mass production of jewelry.
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One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest quotes

One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest quotes. Ken Kesey

Take what you can use and let the rest go by. Ken Kesey (September 17, 1935 – November 10, 2001), American writer, author of novel One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest (1962)

One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest quotes
The famous American writer, the author of One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, a cultural icon Ken Kesey was born on September 17, 1935. He wrote the novel at the age of 27. Subsequently, appeared the movie “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest” based on this novel, directed by Milos Forman, the film of 1975 received five Oscar awards and dozens of other prestigious awards and nominations. Ken Kesey wrote the screenplay for the film, but it was not to Foreman’s taste, the authors of the screenplay became Lawrence Hauben & Bo Goldman. After that hurt Ken said that he would never see a screen version of his own novel “in such a distorted way.” Moreover, he even filed a lawsuit against the producer of the movie, but his claim was rejected. Many years later, Ken was in his own bed, switching TV channels in search of interesting programs. Suddenly, he came across a curious film. Only after a few minutes he had realized what kind of a film it was, and then switched to another channel.
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Surrounded by weird faces everywhere

Surrounded by weird faces everywhere

Airplane smile. Surrounded by weird faces everywhere

Have you ever noticed, that we are surrounded by weird faces everywhere? Really, look closely at the things around you. It is quite possible that at this very moment something is watching us – a smiling face outlet, or the house, just next to you, winks to a passersby. Indeed, some inanimate objects, with the outlines resemble human faces. Meanwhile, these weird and still peaceful creatures are waiting to be noticed and photographed. Just take a camera and start your journey.
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John Coogan first greatest child actor in the world

John Coogan first greatest child actor in the world

Promotional photo for the “Kid”. Charlie Chaplin and John Coogan first greatest child actor in the world

John Coogan first greatest child actor in the world
Born in 1914 in Los Angeles, California, John Leslie Coogan (Jackie Coogan) became one of the greatest actors of cinema. As a child actor, he is best remembered for his role as Chaplin’s irascible sidekick in the film classic The Kid (1921), and for the title role in Oliver Twist. Coogan took up the cause of the Armenians, Greeks, and others made destitute during the horrors of the First World War, working with Near East Relief. He toured across the United States and Europe in 1924 on a “Children’s Crusade” as part of a fundraising drive, which ended up providing more than $1,000,000 in clothing, food, and other contributions (worth more than $13 million adjusted for 2012 dollars). Accordingly, honored by officials in the US, Greece, and Rome, he even met with the Pope.
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Beautiful Jewelry art by Dashi Namdakov

Beautiful jewelry by Dashi Namdakov, Russian jeweler

Gorgeous lizard on black stone. Beautiful jewelry by Dashi Namdakov, Russian jeweler

Jewelry art by Dashi Namdakov
Buryat genius Dashi Namdakov lives and works in Eastern Siberia, near the beautiful Lake Baikal. Born in 1967 in a small village in the Chita region, Dashi grew up in a family of national craftsman. His father, known in the village as a man able to do with his hands literally everything – furniture, metal handles, and even carpets. Besides, his wood-carved sculptures and Buddhist icons decorated the local monasteries. So, from the very childhood, helping his father, Dashi learned different crafts, using different materials. Dashi graduated from Krasnoyarsk Institute of Art. In 2000, after his first solo exhibition in Irkutsk, it became clear that the art world has a new name – Dashi Namdakov. Then followed successful exhibitions in other cities of Russia, and successful shows abroad. According to the artist, people should perceive the world as it is, because its creator is wiser than we are, and then “you open the real beauty”.
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Mysterious cat jewelry by Juralga

Mysterious cat jewelry by Juralga

Time spent with cats is never wasted. Sigmund Freud. Mysterious cat jewelry by Juralga

Mysterious cat jewelry by Juralga
No matter how much cats fight, there always seem to be plenty of kittens. Abraham Lincoln.
Creative and talented designer and artist Daimahtri Juralga Nord (I suppose, it’s his nickname) was born in Ryazan, Russia, on May 16, 1986. In 2011 he graduated from Information Technologies Institute, Graphics and Design Department. He does one-of-a-kind things – drawings, miniature painting on stones, weaving, and graphics. In addition, he creates costume hand-made jewelry – necklaces, beads, earrings, and pendants. In short, whatever Juralga does, his masterpieces are always inspired by cats. Besides, he has given them a mysterious property of shamans.
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