Visual culture is explored to determine various styles of type, art, and architecture throughout history. It is the way we visually communicate with others. Over the course of history and even today, we borrow innovations created by other countries to add to our own technological advances. 476 more words
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Today opens at the British Museum a new and very interesting exhibition: Sunken Cities: Egypt’s Lost Worlds.
Sunken below the waters of the Mediterranean for over 1000 years, the cities of Thonis-Heracleion and Canopus as well as their recently recovered underwater treasures are the subject of this blockbuster exhibition. 13 more words
With this second post about floral arrangements found in the ancient galleries, I’d like to present the two that were located in the Egyptian section. I’m also including another floral design inspired by something Egyptian that is found elsewhere in the Museum. 379 more words