Zbyszek Polasiak

Zbyszek Polasiak

Zbyszek Polasiak
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Traditional Khmer dancing, Cambodia

Traditional Khmer dancing, Cambodia

Nikolay Blokhin : Art around the world in http://www.maslindo.com

Nikolay Blokhin : Art around the world in http://www.maslindo.com

Leonardo da Vinci inventions

Leonardo da Vinci inventions

Automobile, 1480 - Leonardo da Vinci sketches. | Steampunk inspiration

Automobile, 1480 - Leonardo da Vinci sketches. | Steampunk inspiration

Old Man and Young Man by Leonardo da Vinci, 1495-1500

Old Man and Young Man by Leonardo da Vinci, 1495-1500

Leonardo da Vinci, drawings of a dachshund

Leonardo da Vinci, drawings of a dachshund

In 1482 Leonardo da Vinci was commissioned by the Duke of Milan, Ludovico Il Moro, to produce a sculpture of a horse. It was intended to be the largest equestrian statue in the world, and a monument to the duke's father, Francesco.  About five centuries later, Leonardo's surviving design materials were used as the basis for sculptures intended to bring the project to fruition.

In 1482 Leonardo da Vinci was commissioned by the Duke of Milan, Ludovico Il Moro, to produce a sculpture of a horse. It was intended to be the largest equestrian statue in the world, and a monument to the duke's father, Francesco. About five centuries later, Leonardo's surviving design materials were used as the basis for sculptures intended to bring the project to fruition.

Da Vinci - the very epitome of the renaissance man; not because he lived during the renaissance period, but because he combined science with art - he believed in merging the left and right hemispheres of the brain - combining logic and science with art and vision.

Da Vinci - the very epitome of the renaissance man; not because he lived during the renaissance period, but because he combined science with art - he believed in merging the left and right hemispheres of the brain - combining logic and science with art and vision.

By Leonardo Da Vinci....  Da Vinci was known for drawing what he saw.  His grotesque heads collection of drawings make you stop and think about their origins.

By Leonardo Da Vinci.... Da Vinci was known for drawing what he saw. His grotesque heads collection of drawings make you stop and think about their origins.

Compared to our advanced technology that composes of robots, cars, planes, tanks, boats, etc, drawings of futuristic machines like the "armored car" or "tank" by Leonardo Da Vinci in the Reneissance come fairly close to our modern designs. Besides having an extraordinary imagination and somehow able to think up of these machines, Da Vinci revolutionized military technology at that time with his designs which inspire and interest people, even today.

Compared to our advanced technology that composes of robots, cars, planes, tanks, boats, etc, drawings of futuristic machines like the "armored car" or "tank" by Leonardo Da Vinci in the Reneissance come fairly close to our modern designs. Besides having an extraordinary imagination and somehow able to think up of these machines, Da Vinci revolutionized military technology at that time with his designs which inspire and interest people, even today.