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Monotype on dense silk fabric
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Very small theoretical part. Monotype was born a long time ago (in 17th century). This print’s brother was born presumably by an Italian artist and graver Giovanni Castiglione. In theory, this technique is quite simple, like many other art ones as well. A person daring to try it should manually paint the image on any smooth surface (a glass, for example), and then, transfer...

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Work in Kerama Marazzi
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I’m serving a term again, oops … I work in Kerama Marazzi in St. Petersburg. The work is hard A lot of communication with people, and people are mostly dumb… oops, complex, well, or maybe I ussually have difficults with them. Paraphrasing a beloved colleague, my inner introvert cringes and suffers violence every day, turns the other tenth cheek and cries at night. However, in my personal...

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A few successful works of Kerama Marazzi Tile
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Wow! I passed the second certification and now I am a full-fledged employee of Kerama Marazzi, so to speak. My experience in working with people and experience of working with people as a designer are growing from day to day. Different nuances and FAQs, technical requirements and wishes of the almighty masters are stacked in my head. Our masters are really omnipotent by the...

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A Journey to Milanese classics
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“A Journey to Milanese classics” Decorations for the Windows of a Milano Design Boutique Shop The Idea: “A visit to Milanese classics at Christmas time”. Italian classics are the carnival, fashion, food and music. One of the most famous Italian musicians is Verdi. But there are many others, too. The fashion: I can name 15 designers straight off, which means that Milan is one...

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