Just a few days remain to see this brilliant work of art, 30+ years in the making. If you can see it in St Mary in the Castle do. If you can't, catch up with it where ever it appears next.
We visited this amazing artwork when in Geraldine earlier this year. Really blows you away when you see all these tiny pieces that have been worked into this artform. Can hardly believe this man did this. Unbelievable.
This is now in Hastings, West Sussex. The entrance is through the cafe. Signage is poor, so don't walk up the slope to the church as we did. A great exhibit that was well worth the time and effort to get there. The exhibit is amazing to see. The time and effort put into this outstanding. Such commitment. I can't... 更多
One of the best things I have seen - it is simply fantastic - The amount of work that has gone into it is mind boggling. I bought the stick that goes with it and that has so much more information. Wake up York, Canterbury and Dover get it to your towns/cities before it is lost back to New Zealand
Saw this a year ago and was amazing. Unfortunately the mosaic is no longer available to see as it is touring the UK. The big jersey is on display in the information centre
That's a lot of time and effort into producing such a monumental work! It is unfortunately being dismantled soon, and touring the UK. So you may want to check to see if it's still there. The giant Jersey is right next to it, and interesting to see. The creators are great characters: lovely and highly knowledgeable about their subject matters.... 更多
Visited 1066 Medieval Mosaic last week and was in awe of the art work, the detail, the time it must have taken and knowledge. I just couldn't stop thinking about it and within an hour was back with two friends as they just had to see it for themselves. Highly recommended.
You might have missed this unless you are in Kent, UK, in the next few months - it is going to be transported c. May 2016 to Hastings and Battle - then, who knows, Bayeux? Well researched, painstakingly re-created (with gaps filled in). Good fun and more than that.
We went into the knitwear shop to see the giant jersey - a sight worth seeing! - but also discovered in the back room, for a small entrance fee this mosaic - a half sized copy of the bayeaux tapestry made with millions of tiny metal mosaics made from old bits of industrial knitting machines. The shop owner and creator... 更多