Carine wearing Muy Marcottage “Biodiversity”
I have been busy working on my Muy Marcottage dresses for Julia-et-Co so have dedicated little time to blogging. But today a short break and a few links regarding the history of mirrors.
The earliest mirrors were pools of water.
The history of mirrors
Mirrors in art: This bronze mirror was found in the ‘mirror-pool’ at the shrine on Mount Haguro, where it was thrown, along with hundreds of other mirrors, as an offering.
Narcissus in the age of the snapshot:
Lekythos attique à figures rouges provenant de Velanideza. Femme assise tenant un miroir.
History of Mirrors + Mirrors in ancient world + Mirror gazing, or scrying, is one of the oldest known forms of divination, dating back to antiquity.
The First Fashion Model? Virginia Oldoini, Countess Castiglione
Mirrors framed in plastic bottle tops or pieces of flip flops circles and decorated using recycled rope.
- “If you want to make the world a better place, take a look at yourself then make that change”
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