Artifacts are something collected the world over; and everybody understandings the pull of owning a little piece of ancient history. Owning an authentic artifact is not ethical, as it almost certainly represents the results of the illicit destruction of an archaeological site. But owning a reproduction! Well, that's a different story.
In this video, you will see the process from start to finish, of creating the bust of spanish actress Terele Pávez in bronze.
In this video, you will see the process from start to finish, how we reproduce an archaeological piece. On this occasion the piece is a Visigoth brooch found in the Belgian city of Tournai.
TEMATIKA has been chosen for a second year for minting coins for the 6000 coins for the XIV ARDE LVCVS festival. The selected currency has been a sestertius of the emperor Galba about the year 68 AD. The obverse shows the laureate head right and around the legend IMP CAES AVG GALBA SER TR T (sic); on the reverse, Roma standing left holding a spear and a victory, sideways SC, ROMA MMXIV around, underneath a boar, symbol of Cohors Lucensium III.
Arde Lucus is a festival that was born in 2001 and is celebrated every year in Lugo, in late June, to revive the way of life in the city during the Roman period, and in which much of the population participates either individually or through associations formed for the purpose.
On the occasion of the commemoration of the fourth centenary of the death of El Greco, Tematika wanted to participate by creating a line of jewelry inspired by the paintings of. Greco's signature is the protagonist of this line of jewelry, consisting of rings, pendants bracelets ... All of them made of silver or bronze by hand, taking care of each piece as it is unique.