Art can be defined as “the expression or application of human creative skill and imagination, typically in a visual form. “
Many may argue around the definition of art, and what it is, and which forms may be considered art and which not. People would argue that a good artist would often be someone who has practiced for many years in this profession and has a unique and creative style.
Italtile hope that you agree as they introduce their new ColorArt range – that you will also look at these wood-look tiles as Art. In consideration of the qualifying factors, the manufacturers, Sant’Agostino, have been producing unique and creative pieces for over 50 years now. Each tile is a revolution on it’s predecessor and this is no exception.
The Italian artists have incorporated the most basic elements of earth in their design: Carbon, Light, Desert and Bone. These elements have then been digitally transferred from their imagination to the wood-look porcelain surface along with a burnt and painted expression.
More technically speaking, the rectified tile makes for an authentic wood-look that is suitable for both household and commercial use. The long and slender plank type tiles of 150 x 1200 mm further add to the true timber flooring look that will still retain its mastery for years and years to come.
See more of Italtile’s exciting and innovative offerings here.