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Mayo, mes de los museos http://www.alhambra-patronato.es/elblogdelmuseo/?p=602

rafa kids: Design for children at Lodz Design 2012

rafa kids: Design for children at Lodz Design 2012

Replica: Etruscan brass horse. Love this! You can understand why Modern sculptors we're draw to Etruscan relics.

Eames Era Metal Etruscan Style Horse Sculpture

Replica: Etruscan brass horse. Love this! You can understand why Modern sculptors we're draw to Etruscan relics.

Muñequit@s Quitapenas, Worry Dolls, Ideal Para Regalar!

Muñequit@s Quitapenas, Worry Dolls, Ideal Para Regalar!

The Sundial.

The Sundial.

Boat favors - "Hope your summer is a breeze!"  filled with goldfish crackers

Boat favors - "Hope your summer is a breeze!" filled with goldfish crackers

Escultura romana/Roman sculpture. Museo Arqueológico Nacional #MAN #Madrid

Escultura romana/Roman sculpture. Museo Arqueológico Nacional #MAN #Madrid

Museo Arqueológico Nacional #MAN #Madrid

Museo Arqueológico Nacional #MAN #Madrid

AWESOME!  Better than the weaving we just did!!  Lifeline Project,” inspired by artist and educator, Ken Vieth. First, students wrote a chronological list of ten events that shaped their lives, starting with their earliest memories up to the present. They were then instructed to represent these events and memories without using any recognizable images or shapes. No letters, words or numbers were allowed. The challenge was to represent important moments and, in some instances, powerful…

AWESOME! Better than the weaving we just did!! Lifeline Project,” inspired by artist and educator, Ken Vieth. First, students wrote a chronological list of ten events that shaped their lives, starting with their earliest memories up to the present. They were then instructed to represent these events and memories without using any recognizable images or shapes. No letters, words or numbers were allowed. The challenge was to represent important moments and, in some instances, powerful…

Pierre Desceliers, World Portolan, 1550  By emphasizing the strangeness of other parts of the globe, early maps helped reinforce the xenophobia of the day. On this portolan, or navigational chart, drawn for King Henry II of France, the denizens of Africa get stranger and stranger the farther away they are from the coast. At the heart of the unexplored continent we see two monstrous humanoids, one with no head, the other with six arms.

Pierre Desceliers, World Portolan, 1550 By emphasizing the strangeness of other parts of the globe, early maps helped reinforce the xenophobia of the day. On this portolan, or navigational chart, drawn for King Henry II of France, the denizens of Africa get stranger and stranger the farther away they are from the coast. At the heart of the unexplored continent we see two monstrous humanoids, one with no head, the other with six arms.

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