Mosaic by Antoni Gaudi
ANTONI GAUDI, (1852-1926) born in Reus, Spain, is considered one of the most influential architects of the 20th century. His collaborations included: Casa Milá (1906-1910) - an artificial yet natural building. Güell Park (1900-1914), a massive recreational area in Barcelona, Sagrada Familia (1883), a church reminiscent of the Gothic tradition which was his final, and most important project. This Acme Mosaic collection of fountain pen, rollerball and card case are inspired by the tile work in Gaudi's salamander at Güell Park in Barcelona. See below for extensive customizing options and refill information.
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