Monday, April 26, 2010

BRUSSELS' VERY CREEPY CEILING...

A ceiling that will give you the creeps


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This ceiling that is found at the Royal Palace in Brussels, resembles a kind of enigmatic shimmering moss-covered green world. This incredible ceiling art, known as Heaven of Delight, was created by the controversial Belgian artist Jan Fabre. The ceiling was left blank until 2002, when Fabre was commissioned to finish it. Fabre and his assistants used 1.6 million Buprestidae or Jewel beetles to create the masterpiece. Jewel beetles are known for their luminous colour. Assistants were assigned to various parts of the artwork and each artist contributed to the overall impression and harmony of the work.


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