Top 10 Hidden Details You Missed in Famous Designs
- Опубликовано: 29 апр 2017
- These are seemingly inconsequential details we find in the real world! They give us this sense of being in-the-know. Here are 10 hidden details you totally missed in famous designs.
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BeAmazed at... Hans Holbein’s The Ambassadors - For those of you who aren’t familiar with Hans Holbein, he’s one of the masters from the Renaissance period whose name doesn’t end with Da Vinci. Michelangelo’s The Creation of Adam - Ah, Michelangelo. Not only are you a great ninja turtle, but you’re also one of the greatest artists in the history of our species. Google’s Logo - Google is probably one of the most important things we have in the modern world right now. The Tour de France Logo - If there’s one event where sweaty men in tight shorts are celebrated, it’s the Tour de France. Da Vinci’s the Last Supper - Barring the Mona Lisa, Leonardo da Vinci’s The Last Supper is probably his most famous painting. Van Gogh’s Café Terrace at Night - Since we’re talking about Jesus’ last chow time with his posse, no entry would be better than Vincent Van Gogh’s Café Terrace at Night. Ghirlandaio’s Madonna with Saint Giovannino - Domenico Ghirlandaio, although not exactly a household name like da Vinci or Picasso, is actually one of the most important Renaissance painters in history. Bosch’s Garden of Earthly Delights - With a name like Hieronymus Bosch, it’s no surprise that the man created some of the most majestic works of art in the history of man. Da Vinci’s Codex on the Flight of Birds - It’s no overstatement when we say that Leonardo da Vinci is the titular Renaissance Man. The French Flag - The French flag is probably one of the most deceptively simple designs out there.