They Took 66,000 Cups And Arranged Them On The Floor. The End Result Is Simply Stunning
Early mosaics were created in Mesopotamia, and are dated to the second half of 3rd millennium BC. They were made by combining pieces of colored stones, shells and ivory. Since then, mosaics have been common across cultures. Throughout history, three distinct techniques have been used to create mosaics: the direct method, the indirect method and the double indirect method. The direct method is best for small projects that can be moved quickly. Mosaics created this way are easily adjusted as they are constructed. The indirect method is very repetitive and stricter, so it is typically used for large products.The double indirect method is very complex, and requires great skill to construct. Watch now to see a mosaic created with rain water.