Escha van den Bogerd was born in 1972 in the Hague, Holland. I started drawing at the age of three. She studied fine art at the Rudolf Steiner school.
After graduating from the school of art, Escha went on a tour of Europe, where she took several courses on fine arts. She visited, among others, Florence, Italy, Salzburg, Austria, and several cities in her native Holland.
In her works, the artist uses the method of painting, in which abstract and figurative elements of the image are combined and reinforce each other. Continue reading
Probably the most interesting inventions occur as they say by themselves. The well-known cellophane was obtained by accident in 1911, when a Swiss chemist wanted to invent a universal coating for tablecloths, which would not stick to stains, as a result of numerous experiments, a thin waterproof film or cellophane was obtained.
Initially, mass production of cellophane was established in France and spread around the world. In the USSR, cellophane as a packaging material came quite late, while products in paper and paper bags. Continue reading