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Tag / Art | Design
Today we’re taking a trip down memory lane for those who used to smoke. Czech’s have always been wonderful artists, illustrators and designers and these Czech cigarette box covers show the various different styles that the tobacco companies produced. Some look like popular American brands, others have a more Soviet feel while some carry absolute...
Antoš Frolka (1877 – 1935), was widely known as a painter of the Czech and Slovak National Revival, a cultural movement which took part in the Czech lands during the 18th and 19th century. The sole purpose of this movement was to revive Czech language, culture and national identity and in his paintings, we see that...
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With all of the unique gothic, baroque, and art nouveau style architecture that occupies Prague’s streets it is no wonder that built into these buildings are actual works of art, seriously haunting ornaments and decorations of sculptures, statues, and grotesque faces and figures. These architectural sculptures are everywhere, on the roofs and outsides of all of...
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This gallery is named after its founders and directors, curator Olga Dvorak, and art collector Petr Sec. With their history it’s no wonder these two decided to join forces and open an art gallery! Dvorak Sec Contemporary Gallery (DSC) is just what the name states, a contemporary art gallery. The gallery opened it’s doors to the public...
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Founded in the 12th century, the Strahov Monastery is a Premonstratensian abbey located in Strahov, Prague, just a short walk from the Prague Castle. Strahov Monastery, also known as Strahovský Klášter in Czech, not only hosts a triple-aisled Romanesque basilica that has been reconstructed several times but also a beautiful library in the Theological Hall and the Philosophical Hall. The...
Today we are sharing a story and some rarely seen illustrations from Josef Lada. This was originally published in Czech as O svátecních houbarích and appeared in Pestrý týden, issue # 24, published on June 15, 1927. We’ve translated it for you and we’re calling it The Festive Mushroom Pickers. Neighborly chatter was coming from one of them....