Viac nápadov od Expo
Blueprint - Slovak folk method of negative printing. Exclusive design by Jana Gavalcova.

Blueprint - Slovak folk method of negative printing. Exclusive design by Jana Gavalcova.

Blueprint - Slovak folk method of negative printing. Exclusive design by Jana Gavalcova.

Blueprint - Slovak folk method of negative printing. Exclusive design by Jana Gavalcova.

Blueprint - Slovak folk method of negative printing. Exclusive design by Jana Gavalcova.

Blueprint - Slovak folk method of negative printing. Exclusive design by Jana Gavalcova.

Blueprint - Slovak folk method of negative printing. Exclusive design by Jana Gavalcova.

Blueprint - Slovak folk method of negative printing. Exclusive design by Jana Gavalcova.

The exterior of the Slovak EXPO pavilion and the "Character heads" by Franz Xaver Messerschmidt.

The exterior of the Slovak EXPO pavilion and the "Character heads" by Franz Xaver Messerschmidt.

The exterior of the Slovak EXPO pavilion and the "Character heads" by Franz Xaver Messerschmidt.

The exterior of the Slovak EXPO pavilion and the "Character heads" by Franz Xaver Messerschmidt.

The Warhol inspired restaurant in the interior of the Slovak pavilion at the EXPO Milano 2015.

The Warhol inspired restaurant in the interior of the Slovak pavilion at the EXPO Milano 2015.

The interior of the Slovak pavilion at the EXPO Milano 2015. Visitors are testing the 3D Samsung glasses powered by Oculus with the 3D animation of Slovakia.

The interior of the Slovak pavilion at the EXPO Milano 2015. Visitors are testing the 3D Samsung glasses powered by Oculus with the 3D animation of Slovakia.

The interior of the Slovak pavilion at the EXPO Milano 2015.

The interior of the Slovak pavilion at the EXPO Milano 2015.

The interior of the Slovak pavilion at the EXPO 2015. The small statue is the The Venus of Moravany - a prehistoric female figurine. It is made of mammoth tusk ivory and is dated to 22,800 BCE, which places it in upper Paleolithic times.

The interior of the Slovak pavilion at the EXPO 2015. The small statue is the The Venus of Moravany - a prehistoric female figurine. It is made of mammoth tusk ivory and is dated to 22,800 BCE, which places it in upper Paleolithic times.