Infographic – My Modern Met https://mymodernmet.com The Big City That Celebrates Creative Ideas Mon, 13 Dec 2021 15:41:48 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8.1 https://mymodernmet.com/wp/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/cropped-My-Modern-Met-Favicon-1-32x32.png Infographic – My Modern Met https://mymodernmet.com 32 32 Florence Architecture: 10 Must-See Buildings in the Historic Italian City [Infographic] https://mymodernmet.com/florence-architecture-infographic/ Thu, 23 Dec 2021 17:55:49 +0000 https://mymodernmet.com/?p=441036 Florence Architecture: 10 Must-See Buildings in the Historic Italian City [Infographic]

If you’re a fan of history, art, and architecture, Florence, Italy, is an absolute must-see! From the Cattedrale de Santa Maria del Fiore and the iconic dome of Florence to the art-packed Uffizi Gallery, this city will keep you inspired with tons of interesting finds. Plus, if you are having trouble making sense of all […]

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Florence Architecture: 10 Must-See Buildings in the Historic Italian City [Infographic] Florence Architecture Infographic by My Modern Met

If you’re a fan of history, art, and architecture, Florence, Italy, is an absolute must-see! From the Cattedrale de Santa Maria del Fiore and the iconic dome of Florence to the art-packed Uffizi Gallery, this city will keep you inspired with tons of interesting finds.

Plus, if you are having trouble making sense of all the best sights, the latest My Modern Met infographic will help you plan your itinerary. Keep scrolling for some of our favorite architectural works in one of the three European art capitals.

You can find more helpful infographics on art, architecture, and all things culture on the My Modern Met infographic section.

Read on to plan your architecture travel itinerary to Florence, Italy!

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What Is the Rosetta Stone? Discover This Historical Stone Monument of Egypt [Infographic] https://mymodernmet.com/rosetta-stone-infographic/ Sat, 11 Dec 2021 16:25:36 +0000 https://mymodernmet.com/?p=433114 What Is the Rosetta Stone? Discover This Historical Stone Monument of Egypt [Infographic]

Very few people know the incredible history of the Rosetta Stone. This ancient Egyptian artifact is a thick slab of granodiorite rock that dates back to 196 BCE. Though this remarkable block of stone may seem like an ordinary, fractured piece of rock with some etchings on it, it is actually the bedrock of modern […]

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What Is the Rosetta Stone? Discover This Historical Stone Monument of Egypt [Infographic]
The Rosetta Stone

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Very few people know the incredible history of the Rosetta Stone. This ancient Egyptian artifact is a thick slab of granodiorite rock that dates back to 196 BCE. Though this remarkable block of stone may seem like an ordinary, fractured piece of rock with some etchings on it, it is actually the bedrock of modern knowledge of Ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs.

The Rosetta Stone allowed scholars, researchers, and even mathematicians to dive into translating it and making sense of the unknown figures and languages present on it. Today, we owe a great debt of gratitude to those that have deciphered this key to the past, allowing us to learn more and more about ancient civilizations.

Scroll down to learn more about the large, slightly broken stone monument that is the Rosetta Stone.

Have you heard of the Rosetta Stone? Discover the history and mystery of the engraved rock in this infographic.

What Is the Rosetta Stone? Infographic

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10 Extraordinary Inventions by Leonardo da Vinci the Ultimate Renaissance Man [Infographic] https://mymodernmet.com/leonardo-da-vinci-inventions-infographic/ Fri, 19 Nov 2021 19:25:47 +0000 https://mymodernmet.com/?p=441958 10 Extraordinary Inventions by Leonardo da Vinci the Ultimate Renaissance Man [Infographic]

Admiring works of Leonardo da Vinci Last Supper to the Mona Lisa, you will quickly find that there’s more to the painter that makes him iconic. Considered the backbone of the Italian Renaissance along with Michelangelo and Raphael, the original Renaissance man, Leonardo, made an undeniable mark on art history not only as a painter, […]

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10 Extraordinary Inventions by Leonardo da Vinci the Ultimate Renaissance Man [Infographic]
Portrait of Leonardo da Vinci

Self-portrait by Leonardo da Vinci, circa 1510–1515. (Photo: Wikimedia Commons, Public domain)

Admiring works of Leonardo da Vinci Last Supper to the Mona Lisa, you will quickly find that there’s more to the painter that makes him iconic. Considered the backbone of the Italian Renaissance along with Michelangelo and Raphael, the original Renaissance man, Leonardo, made an undeniable mark on art history not only as a painter, but also as a musician, mathematician, scientist, military architect, and engineer.

Leonardo was truly the ultimate Renaissance man. He was hundreds of years ahead of his time with technological ideas, sketching and drawing the blueprint for some of history’s most important inventions.

Leonardo drew sketches and diagrams of his inventions, which he preserved in his notebooks, but he either abandoned the idea to build them himself or was unable to convince his wealthy patrons to fund construction of the designs. Very little was known about his inventions until his notebooks were discovered after his death. His inventions continue to inspire scientists and engineers to this day.

Scroll down to learn more about how Leonardo made his undeniable mark in history in an infographic all about his inventions.

Explore the extraordinary inventions of Leonardo da Vinci, the iconic Renaissance man who created blueprints to some of history's most important inventions.

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10 Important Examples of Contemporary American Architecture [Infographic] https://mymodernmet.com/united-states-architecture-infographic/ Thu, 18 Nov 2021 17:55:44 +0000 https://mymodernmet.com/?p=453731 10 Important Examples of Contemporary American Architecture [Infographic]

It would be difficult to define an American style of architecture. Some might say that the skyscraper typology began in the United States and best represents our architecture, while others might point to the Prairie style of Frank Lloyd Wright and his other work. Though it is hard to pinpoint one singular style as American, […]

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10 Important Examples of Contemporary American Architecture [Infographic] United States Architecture Infographic

It would be difficult to define an American style of architecture. Some might say that the skyscraper typology began in the United States and best represents our architecture, while others might point to the Prairie style of Frank Lloyd Wright and his other work. Though it is hard to pinpoint one singular style as American, it is easy to point to important buildings that have a place in architectural history.

In this infographic, we unpack some of our favorite relevant architectural works found in the United States, from obvious choices like the White House to some you might not know yet. Read on to learn more about great American architecture in the United States!

You can find more helpful infographics on art, architecture, and all things culture on the My Modern Met infographic section.

Read on to find 10 historic American buildings and structures!

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An Artist’s Guide to Different Types of Pens [Infographic] https://mymodernmet.com/different-types-of-pens-infographic/ Fri, 08 Oct 2021 18:25:01 +0000 https://mymodernmet.com/?p=428121 An Artist’s Guide to Different Types of Pens [Infographic]

A set of drawing pencils and a sketchbook will help you begin your artistic journey, but the right pen may be the tool to bring your idea to life. Pens can offer consistent linework to artists that specialize in intricate details as well as bold, expressive marks that are reminiscent of brushes. It all depends […]

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An Artist’s Guide to Different Types of Pens [Infographic]

Holding Fountain Pen

A set of drawing pencils and a sketchbook will help you begin your artistic journey, but the right pen may be the tool to bring your idea to life. Pens can offer consistent linework to artists that specialize in intricate details as well as bold, expressive marks that are reminiscent of brushes. It all depends on what type of pen it is.

In fact, there's a wide variety of pens that can produce very different effects in your artwork or writing. The most common types you'll run into are ballpoint, rollerball, gel pen, felt-tip pen, fountain pen, brush pen, drafting pen, and dip pen. While some of these provide fast drying times and consistent, even lines, others create broad strokes.

To help you choose the right utensil, we've put together a handy infographic that highlights the features of different types of pens. With this, you're sure to find at least one new utensil for your drawing kit, if not more!

Discover what type of pen is best for your art with this handy guide!

Different Types of Pens

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Cloud Gate: The 110-Ton “Bean” Sculpture in the Heart of Chicago https://mymodernmet.com/cloud-gate-infographic/ Fri, 01 Oct 2021 18:25:30 +0000 https://mymodernmet.com/?p=418329 Cloud Gate: The 110-Ton “Bean” Sculpture in the Heart of Chicago

Inspired by liquid mercury, Cloud Gate is a 110-ton elliptical sculpture of highly polished stainless steel plates. Designed by internationally acclaimed Indian-born British artist, Anish Kapoor, Cloud Gate is a huge tourist attraction in the heart of downtown Chicago. Its mirror-like surface reflects the city's famous skyline and the clouds above. A 12-foot-high arch acts […]

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Cloud Gate: The 110-Ton “Bean” Sculpture in the Heart of Chicago
Cloud Gate Chicago

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Inspired by liquid mercury, Cloud Gate is a 110-ton elliptical sculpture of highly polished stainless steel plates. Designed by internationally acclaimed Indian-born British artist, Anish Kapoor, Cloud Gate is a huge tourist attraction in the heart of downtown Chicago. Its mirror-like surface reflects the city's famous skyline and the clouds above. A 12-foot-high arch acts as a sort of gate and welcomes visitors into the curved chamber beneath the sculpture.

Sometimes referred to as “The Bean” because of its similar shape, this sculpture was Kapoor's first permanent public outdoor work of art in the United States. It is considered one of the largest of permanent outdoor art installations in the world, measuring 66 feet long by 33 feet high, and commonly considered one of the artist’s most famous works of art.

Learn more about Cloud Gate, one of Chicago’s most popular sights.

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5 Easy Ways That Anyone Can Help Save Bees, Right From Your Own Backyard https://mymodernmet.com/easy-ways-to-save-bees/ Fri, 10 Sep 2021 20:40:13 +0000 https://mymodernmet.com/?p=429879 5 Easy Ways That Anyone Can Help Save Bees, Right From Your Own Backyard

Most people are in two camps when it comes to bees. Either they're deathly afraid of—and perhaps allergic to—them or they appreciate their important contributions to our ecosystem. But no matter where you stand, there is no denying that bees are insects critical to our survival. In fact, Albert Einstein is often quoted as having […]

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5 Easy Ways That Anyone Can Help Save Bees, Right From Your Own Backyard
Honey Bee Collecting Nectar from a Flower

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Most people are in two camps when it comes to bees. Either they're deathly afraid of—and perhaps allergic to—them or they appreciate their important contributions to our ecosystem. But no matter where you stand, there is no denying that bees are insects critical to our survival. In fact, Albert Einstein is often quoted as having said, “If the bee disappears from the surface of the Earth, man would have no more than four years left to live.” And while he very well may have never actually said this, there is truth behind the sentiment.

There are many insects that pollinate plants, but honey bees are particularly adept at what they do. Actually, they are so skilled that a single honey bee colony can pollinate 300 million flowers daily. Seventy of the top 100 human food crops are pollinated by bees and these crops supply 90% of the world's nutrition. Looking at these numbers, it starts to become clear why bees are so important.

But you may have heard over the past few years that bee populations are declining globally. And their decline doesn't just affect humans and the food they eat. If the plants that the bees pollinate disappear, the impact will trickle down—first to the small animals that eat those plants and then to the larger carnivores who eat those animals.

So what is causing bees to disappear? Imagine that, since 1962, the number of bees in the U.S. per hectare has declined by 90%. And similar statistics can be found around the world. A deadly mix of diseases like the varroa mite—a parasite that attacks honey bees, pesticides, climate change, and slow disappearance of open meadows.

To help build back the bee population, there are many things that can be done—even on a small scale. If everyone makes steps toward building back a bee-friendly environment, then we can rest easy knowing that we're doing our part.

Honey Bee on a Piece of Lavender

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Here are 5 easy ways that you can help build up the bee population.

 

Plant More Flowers

This might seem obvious, but simply planting flowers can give bees a safe haven for food and shelter. You don't need a big backyard or garden to make a difference. Hanging planters or window boxes also work well. Just be sure to look into local varieties of flowers that will meet the needs of the bees in your area and don't be afraid to change up your garden during different seasons to give them something different to feed on over the course of the year.

 

Go Wild

The natural habitat for honey bees is open meadows. Unfortunately, as urban and agricultural development takes over land, meadows are rapidly disappearing. This puts stress not only on bees, but all the insects, birds, and animals that rely on meadows for food sources and shelter. Help out by letting a small part of your lawn go wild. Just lay off the lawnmower for a bit and let some wildflowers and grass flourish. If you're not able to manage that, a small pile of wood cuttings or twigs can also provide a nice habitat for insects.

 

Leave Out Water

Though we may not always think about it, bees need water. So, an easy thing that you can do to help them out is to leave a water source. They'll use that water to produce food by mixing it with nectar and pollen and it also comes in handy for regulating the temperature of the hive. Create a bee bath by leaving out wide, shallow containers of water. Just make sure that you place stones, cork, or twigs so they stick out of the water. This will give the bees something to land on.

 

Wildflowers in a Meadow

Photo: Mayerberg/DepositPhotos

 

Avoid Pesticides

Over 150 different chemicals from pesticides have been found in bee pollen, and pesticides have been implicated in the decline of bees. Pesticides also kill the very wildflowers that bees love and so there is a big push to reduce their usage. Greenpeace is calling on the United States to follow the European Union's lead and have more stringent rules when it comes to banning certain pesticides. On a personal level, there are many ways to get rid of garden pests without resorting to harmful chemicals. Neem and eucalyptus oil, as well as catnip and garlic solutions, are just some natural remedies you can use.

 

Purchase Ethically-Sourced Honey

Honey is big business, and it's only gotten bigger over the past decade as people try to cut down on refined sugar. The global honey industry was valued at $7.84 billion in 2020 and that's only expected to increase. The popularity of honey has led to some unethical treatment of bees in order to push them to produce more of this liquid gold. For instance, bees can sometimes have their honey replaced with less nutrient-rich sugar water so that more honey can be harvested. This is, of course, to the detriment of the insects themselves. If possible, try to purchase honey from a local beekeeper so that you can be sure that they are working ethically with their bees.

 

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Bauhaus: 10 Facts About the Legendary Institution for Design [Infographic] https://mymodernmet.com/bauhaus-infographic/ Fri, 03 Sep 2021 20:40:49 +0000 https://mymodernmet.com/?p=418749 Bauhaus: 10 Facts About the Legendary Institution for Design [Infographic]

The Bauhaus was a legendary avant-garde movement and school first founded in Germany in 1919. Though it lasted a relatively short period before pressure from Nazi forces forced it to close, the work created there continues to influence architecture, art, craft, typography, and design. The Bauhaus was founded by Walter Gropius, an influential German architect […]

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Bauhaus: 10 Facts About the Legendary Institution for Design [Infographic] Bauhaus Architecture and Design on My Modern Met Infographic

The Bauhaus was a legendary avant-garde movement and school first founded in Germany in 1919. Though it lasted a relatively short period before pressure from Nazi forces forced it to close, the work created there continues to influence architecture, art, craft, typography, and design.

The Bauhaus was founded by Walter Gropius, an influential German architect and pioneer of the modernist movement—namely the International Style. Gropius founded the school in an effort to redefine art and design education. His back-to-basics approach helped to redefine the line between artists and craftsmen. The experimental school attracted leading artists and designers as instructors and produced some of the most influential designers that came to define the modernist movement.

But what exactly made Bauhaus so special? What was it like to study there? Scroll down to learn a bit more about the Bauhaus legacy through 10 interesting facts you might not now about the movement and school in My Modern Met’s latest infographic!

Read on to learn more about the Bauhaus!

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Art Deco: 10 Examples of the Iconic Architectural Style [Infographic] https://mymodernmet.com/art-deco-architecture-infographic/ Fri, 27 Aug 2021 20:55:39 +0000 https://mymodernmet.com/?p=416536 Art Deco: 10 Examples of the Iconic Architectural Style [Infographic]

Do you consider yourself an amateur architecture or design lover? Whether you do or don't, you might still be able to recognize the design work associated with Art Deco. This iconic style is closely tied to the Roaring Twenties and to the aesthetics of The Great Gatsby. Both the architecture and art of Art Deco […]

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Art Deco: 10 Examples of the Iconic Architectural Style [Infographic] Art Deco Architecture Infographic on My Modern Met

Do you consider yourself an amateur architecture or design lover? Whether you do or don't, you might still be able to recognize the design work associated with Art Deco. This iconic style is closely tied to the Roaring Twenties and to the aesthetics of The Great Gatsby. Both the architecture and art of Art Deco feature clean lines in interesting patterns, including zigzags, chevron patterns, and repetitive offset lines that step backward along the page or building face. There are also very popular pattern motifs like the sunburst, which features lines radiating out to create an abstract design of rays from the sun.

In Art Deco architecture, you’ll find these dazzling patterns and motifs used on impressive monolithic forms. You’ll also see interesting ornamentation and beautiful building details that continue the play on geometry and color.

Keep scrolling to learn about some beautiful works of Art Deco in architecture in My Modern Met’s latest infographic on the iconic building style. (To learn even more about the specific characteristics of these types of buildings, you can read more about Art Deco architecture on My Modern Met.)

Art Deco Architecture From Around the World

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Art Nouveau: 10 Examples of the Iconic Architectural Style [Infographic] https://mymodernmet.com/art-nouveau-architecture-infographic/ Fri, 20 Aug 2021 18:25:31 +0000 https://mymodernmet.com/?p=413256 Art Nouveau: 10 Examples of the Iconic Architectural Style [Infographic]

Almost no architectural style is as whimsical and unique as Art Nouveau. Art Nouveau architecture often attempts to blur the line between building and art, making a space a total work of art. As opposed to a room with incredible art and furniture, designers carefully considered the windows, textiles, murals, sculpture, furniture, and artwork as […]

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Art Nouveau: 10 Examples of the Iconic Architectural Style [Infographic] Art Nouveau My Modern Met Infographic

Almost no architectural style is as whimsical and unique as Art Nouveau. Art Nouveau architecture often attempts to blur the line between building and art, making a space a total work of art. As opposed to a room with incredible art and furniture, designers carefully considered the windows, textiles, murals, sculpture, furniture, and artwork as part of one composition that could be experienced and lived in.

Many of the ideas behind Art Nouveau architecture came as opposition to “academic art,” an idea that would later inspire the larger Art and Crafts Movement. To learn more about the characteristics of Art Nouveau architecture, read all about it in 5 Art Nouveau Buildings That Embody the Elegance of This Architectural Style. Or, you can find some great examples of the style right here.

Keep scrolling to learn about some beautiful works of Art Nouveau in architecture in My Modern Met’s latest infographic on the iconic building style.

Art Nouveau Architecture From Around the World

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