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Re: Czech glass / mnemonics drawings
« Reply #140 on: February 17, 2017, 01:16:18 AM »
Being "modern" is not arbitrary, it is not a choice. It is a fatality, a destiny.
 Antonín Drobník knew how to fulfill it.

Ser “moderno” no es arbitrario, no es una elección. Es una fatalidad, un destino.
Antonín Drobník supo cumplirlo.

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Re: Czech glass / mnemonics drawings
« Reply #141 on: February 27, 2017, 03:31:33 PM »
Another ZBS.
Zemek gets in this model a perfect balance:
Classic-modern / geometry-informal / dynamism-stillness.
* Curiosity: I found and bought mine in Tangier-Morocco, a few years ago.(neodymium)

Otro ZBS.
Zemek consigue en este modelo un equilibrio perfecto:
clásico-moderno / geometría-informal / dinamismo-quietud.
*curiosidad: yo encontré y compré el mío en Tanger-Marruecos, hace algunos años.(neodimio)

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Re: Czech glass / mnemonics drawings
« Reply #142 on: March 11, 2017, 03:26:43 PM »
In the early 1950's; The engineer Miloš Pulpitel into Harrachov introduced a new technique that incorporated a glass textile.
   Rudolf Schwedler and especially Milan Metelák would develop this technique in numerous models under the "Harrtil" patent.

En los primeros 1950´s; El ingeniero Miloš Pulpitel intodujo en Harrachov una nueva técnica que incorporaba un tejido de vidrio.
  Rudolf Schwedler y sobre todo Milan Metelák desarrollarían esta técnica en numerosos modelos bajo la patente “Harrtil”.

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Re: Czech glass / mnemonics drawings
« Reply #143 on: March 21, 2017, 05:50:11 PM »
This design is so evident that it seems ancestral; As if we had always expected it.
Schrötter created one in 1947. Brabec another very similar years later.

Este diseño resulta tan evidente que parece ancestral; como si siempre lo hubiésemos esperado.
Schrötter creó uno en 1947. Brabec otro muy parecido años más tarde.

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Re: Czech glass / mnemonics drawings
« Reply #144 on: April 07, 2017, 12:27:23 AM »
In 1957 a young man (24 years) Lubomir Blecha as a student of Professor J. Kaplicky,
creates designs in Skrdlovice for the Trienale in Milan and Expo Brussels-58.
In Brussels a large exhibition of African art was inspired by his series: Africanicae & Negroicae (1960) Skrdlovice.

En el año 1957 un joven (24 años) Lubomir Blecha como alumno del profesor J. Kaplicky
 crea diseños en Skrdlovice para la Trienale de Milán y la Expo Bruselas-58.
En Bruselas una gran exposición de arte Africano le inspiró su serie: Africanicae & Negroicae (1960) Skrdlovice.

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Re: Czech glass / mnemonics drawings
« Reply #145 on: April 21, 2017, 04:24:28 AM »
Who's the lucky guy who has a "galaxy" Svobodová? = I
Who can caress him with his hands? = I
Who is jealous? = You

¿Quien es el afortunado que tiene un "galaxia" Svobodová? = Yo.
¿Quien puede acariciarlo con sus manos? = Yo
¿Quien esta celoso? = usted
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