venice

venice

What can you really do with an iPhoneX? We have been testing in Venice the phone (not the new one), just to understand how powerful can be. Venice is our city, where we come from and this is just a short film to show some areas of the city you might know pretty well, and […]
lacy

The american model Nick Lacy came to Venice to visit us and we shot some photographs while he was in Venice. We shot between Cannaregio, Castello and Marghera (Ve).  
linea54

Photography / art direction: Veronica Di Bella Styling: Nicole Lago Mua: Martina Bellinato Cinematography: Rudy Vianello Models: Paul, Camilla ,Beatrice @Maba Managment, Sarah Misciali, Davide Pagnossin, Fiore Colaizzi
clouds

From Edouard Malingue Gallery, Liverpool, to Spazio Ridotto, Venice, the art project "misty clouds scattered colours" deepens the art scenery in Asia. It will take place from the 10th of Novembre to the 8th of December.
frightful

Few gruesome stories, between legend and reality, from the city on the water. Venice has nothing to envy to big cities when it comes to ghosts and vampires.
Michele

Alessandro Michele, creative director of Gucci, few days ago has talked to fashion students from IUAV University in Venice about how "creation is an act of resistence".
zitelle

In her series of photographs the artist explores the specific language and aesthetics of amateur advertising photographs of second-hand clothes found on the most popular Russian classified ads site.
chapelle

e have been in Venice for the latest exhibition of the American photographer David la Chapelle. “Lost+Found”, is the title of the exhibition, taking place at “Casa dei Tre Oci” in Venice, is running till september. Go and check it out the show! We liked it so much. DAVID LA CHAPELLE LOST+FOUND Venezia / Tre […]

Venice is an amazing place to visit. Here some infos about how to take care of it and not just to be a tourist, but a respectful visitor.
Architecture

What role architectural expertise can play in a forensic legal analysis? Architecture as Evidence, the exhibition opened yesterday at the Canadian Centre for Architecture in MontrĂ©al, explores the role of architectural expertise in a forensic legal analysis of evidence presented at a trial concerning Auschwitz. The exhibition, curated by Anne Bordeleau, Sascha Hastings, Donald McKay, […]