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SOTD 22.5.2020

Perfume PosseSOTD 22.5.2020 A SOTD (Scent Of The Day) thread is a really good conversation generator. The idea is you’ll chime in through the week with whatever scent you are wearing. You don’t need to be super knowledgable, have high faluting tastes or… Continue Reading → Perfume PosseSOTD 22.5.2020
Tags: Travel, Reviews, Art, Family, Shopping, Review, Beauty, Perfume, Food And Drink, Fragrance, Ramblings, Gardens, Portia, Perfume Reviews, Perfume review, Vanity and Beauty


Drive-in art exhibit

Starting on June 18, art lovers in Toronto, Canada, will have the chance to be fully immersed in the impressionist world of Vincent Van Gogh at a drive-in exhibit cleverly titled “Gogh in your car.” The digital art show will be held at a 4,000-square-foot warehouse and will admit 14 vehicles at a time. The show is designed to be a mesmerizing experience, as guests will be surrounded by paintings, evoking the sensation of floating in a sea of color. Visitors will remain in their cars througho...
Tags: Travel, Art, Exhibits, Germany, Toronto, Paris, Van Gogh, All, Toronto Star, Toronto Canada, Vincent Van Gogh, Gogh, Art Exhibits


An Italian Artist for Every Italian Region [Map]

This Italian map is fun but certainly controversial. It is a map of each region in Italy represented by a painting or fresco by an artist of that region. Here’s the full map (click to zoom in). A list of the artworks and their creators follow. Alphabetical List of Italian Regions with Their Representative Artworks Links to the paintings are provided where possible Abruzzo: Young Shepherdesses by Francesco Paolo Michetti Basilicata: Pietà (Church of San Francesco, Potenza) by Giovanni De Gregori...
Tags: Travel, Art, Maps, New York, Italy, Museum of Modern Art, Fun Stuff, Parma, Campania, Abruzzo, Basilicata, Jerome, Cremona, Art & Architecture, Umberto Boccioni, Francesco Paolo Michetti


Raphael’s Loggia of Cupid and Psyche Now in Exquisite, Digital Detail

In addition to the many paintings that Raphael painted during his short life, the artist was also responsible for a roomful of frescoes in a Roman palace that is now known as the Villa Farnesina. From 1517-1518, Raphael and his workshop painted scenes from the fable of Cupid and Psyche on the vaulted ceiling of the vast loggia for Agostino Chigi, a banker from Siena who originally owned this mansion on the left bank of the Tiber. The colorful scenes, filled with flora, fauna, and half-clothed d...
Tags: Travel, Art, Technology, Rome, Raphael, Renaissance, Siena, Arts And Culture, Michelangelo, Pisa, Renaissance Art, Loggia, Art & Architecture, Lincei, Villa Farnesina, Agostino Chigi


SOTD 15.5.2020

Perfume PosseSOTD 15.5.2020 A SOTD (Scent Of The Day) thread is a really good conversation generator. The idea is you’ll chime in through the week with whatever scent you are wearing. You don’t need to be super knowledgable, have high faluting tastes or… Continue Reading → Perfume PosseSOTD 15.5.2020
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SOTD 8.5.2020

Perfume PosseSOTD 8.5.2020 A SOTD (Scent Of The Day) thread is a really good conversation generator. The idea is you’ll chime in through the week with whatever scent you are wearing. You don’t need to be super knowledgable, have high faluting tastes or… Continue Reading → Perfume PosseSOTD 8.5.2020
Tags: Travel, Reviews, Art, Family, Shopping, Review, Beauty, Perfume, Food And Drink, Fragrance, Ramblings, Gardens, Portia, Perfume Reviews, Perfume review, Vanity and Beauty


The Stay At Home Museum: Your Private, Guided Tours of Rubens, Bruegel & Other Flemish Masters

Of the many world class museums treating a stuck-at-home public to virtual tours of their collections, none inspire the resolve for future travel as the Stay At Home Museum, an initiative of the Flanders tourism board. Before the COVID-19 epidemic response demanded the temporary shuttering of all such attractions, the region was entering the final year of a 3-year festival celebrating such Flemish masters as Jan Van Eyck, Pieter Bruegel, and Peter Paul Rubens. Its website appeals to ...
Tags: Travel, Google, Art, College, Museums, Belgium, Brussels, Christ, Bruges, Ghent, Bacchus, Facebook Twitter, Adam, Ruben, Eve, Rubens


SOTD 1.5.2020

Perfume PosseSOTD 1.5.2020 A SOTD (Scent Of The Day) thread is a really good conversation generator. The idea is you’ll chime in through the week with whatever scent you are wearing. You don’t need to be super knowledgable, have high faluting tastes or… Continue Reading → Perfume PosseSOTD 1.5.2020
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What Will Italy’s Museums Look Like After the Lockdown?

After a two-month lockdown, Italy's museums are set to reopen. The reopening will bring both challenges and opportunities.The post What Will Italy’s Museums Look Like After the Lockdown? appeared first on Italofile.
Tags: Travel, Art, Unesco, Museums, Italy, Arts And Culture, Featured Articles, Italy News, Museums and Exhibits, Art & Architecture, Coronavirus


The bittersweet story of Marina Abramović's epic walk on the Great Wall of China

In 1988 Abramović and Ulay trekked from opposite ends of the wall to meet in the middle, but this act of love and performance art was doomed from the startFrom the moment in 1976 that Serbian and German performance artists Marina Abramović and Ulay (Frank Uwe Laysiepen, who died last month aged 76) clapped eyes on each other they were inseparable. Ulay found Abramović witchy and otherworldly; she found him wild and exciting. Even their initial encounter was propitious: they met in Amsterdam on ...
Tags: Travel, Art, Asia, Europe, Life and style, Art and design, Walking, Amsterdam, Walking Holidays, Marina Abramovic, China Holidays, Great Wall Of China, Abramović, Ulay Frank Uwe Laysiepen


Experience New York City’s Fabled Mid-Century Nightclubs in an Interactive, COVID-19-Era, Student-Designed Exhibit

It’s been over a month since public health precautions led almost every school in the United States to switch to online instruction. While there are obviously much greater tragedies unfolding daily, it’s hard not to empathize with students who have watched countless special events—proms, commencements, spring sports, performances, hotly anticipated rites of passage—go poof. In New York City, students in Parsons School of Design’s Narrative Spaces: Design Tools for Spatial Storytelling co...
Tags: Travel, Google, New York, Design, Technology, Education, Australia, College, China, New York City, History, United States, Museums, Shanghai, New York Yankees, Macbeth


SOTD 24.4.2020

Perfume PosseSOTD 24.4.2020 A SOTD (Scent Of The Day) thread is a really good conversation generator. The idea is you’ll chime in through the week with whatever scent you are wearing. You don’t need to be super knowledgable, have high faluting tastes or… Continue Reading → Perfume PosseSOTD 24.4.2020
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How to Paint Water Lilies Like Monet in 14 Minutes

Some of us are using this period of self-isolation to make sourdough. Others are learning to play an instrument or initiating a daily yoga practice. For those considering taking up painting, David Dunlop's Emmy-Award winning PBS series Landscapes Through Time offers an excellent alternative (or supplement) to the well-established joys of cult figure Bob Ross, the eternal king of television art instruction. Like Ross, Dunlop has a mellow onscreen temperament that pairs beautifully wit...
Tags: Travel, Google, Art, College, Ross, Monet, Giverny, Facebook Twitter, Cezanne, Claude Monet, Dunlop, Bob Ross, Provence France, Ayun Halliday, Mont Sainte Victoire, David Dunlop


SOTD 17.4.2020

Perfume PosseSOTD 17.4.2020 A SOTD (Scent Of The Day) thread is a really good conversation generator. The idea is you’ll chime in through the week with whatever scent you are wearing. You don’t need to be super knowledgable, have high faluting tastes or… Continue Reading → Perfume PosseSOTD 17.4.2020
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SOTD 10.4.2020

Perfume PosseSOTD 10.4.2020 A SOTD (Scent Of The Day) thread is a really good conversation generator. The idea is you’ll chime in through the week with whatever scent you are wearing. You don’t need to be super knowledgable, have high faluting tastes or… Continue Reading → Perfume PosseSOTD 10.4.2020
Tags: Travel, Reviews, Art, Family, Shopping, Review, Beauty, Perfume, Food And Drink, Fragrance, Ramblings, Gardens, Portia, Perfume Reviews, Perfume review, Vanity and Beauty


SOTD 3.4.2020

Perfume PosseSOTD 3.4.2020 A SOTD (Scent Of The Day) thread is a really good conversation generator. The idea is you’ll chime in through the week with whatever scent you are wearing. You don’t need to be super knowledgable, have high faluting tastes or… Continue Reading → Perfume PosseSOTD 3.4.2020
Tags: Travel, Reviews, Art, Family, Shopping, Review, Beauty, Perfume, Food And Drink, Fragrance, Ramblings, Gardens, Portia, Perfume Reviews, Perfume review, Vanity and Beauty


Virtual Visits to Italy’s Museums and UNESCO Sites

Many Italian museums and galleries have made it easier to take virtual visits of their works of art and historical relics.The post Virtual Visits to Italy’s Museums and UNESCO Sites appeared first on Italofile.
Tags: Travel, Art, Video, Technology, History, Unesco, Museums, Italy, Arts And Culture, Museums and Exhibits, Art & Architecture, Culture & Living, Coronavirus


Getty museum home art challenge

The J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles wants you to remain inspired by art even during your time in self-isolation. So, on March 25, the museum sent out a tweet asking individuals to recreate their favorite works of art using everyday household items. And people have stepped up to the challenge. We challenge you to recreate a work of art with objects (and people) in your home. 🥇 Choose your favorite artwork🥈 Find three things lying around your house⠀🥉 Recreate the artwork with those items...
Tags: Travel, Art, Los Angeles, Getty, All, Stephan, Smithsonian Magazine, J Paul Getty Museum, Recreating Art, Cezanne Vermeer Dalí Picasso, GettyMuseum Twitter, Annelisa Stephan


SOTD 27.3.2020

Perfume PosseSOTD 27.3.2020 A SOTD (Scent Of The Day) thread is a really good conversation generator. The idea is you’ll chime in through the week with whatever scent you are wearing. You don’t need to be super knowledgable, have high faluting tastes or… Continue Reading → Perfume PosseSOTD 27.3.2020
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Annunciation with St. Margaret and St. Ansanus by Simone Martini

A detail on Simone Martini's "Annunciation with St. Margaret and St. Ansanus" is my entry for "blue" for the #30dayphotochallengeThe post Annunciation with St. Margaret and St. Ansanus by Simone Martini appeared first on Italofile.
Tags: Travel, Photos, Art, Photography, Spring, Florence, Blue, Tuscany, St Margaret, Museums and Exhibits, Art & Architecture, Simone Martini, Italogram, Spring Photo Challenge, Florence & Tuscany, 30dayphotochallenge


SOTD 20.3.2020

Perfume PosseSOTD 20.3.2020 A SOTD (Scent Of The Day) thread is a really good conversation generator. The idea is you’ll chime in through the week with whatever scent you are wearing. You don’t need to be super knowledgable, have high faluting tastes or… Continue Reading → Perfume PosseSOTD 20.3.2020
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A ‘Corrected’ Caravaggio for the Current Crisis

Italian musician Salmo discusses Caravaggio while in quarantine and creates a cool work of art in the process.The post A ‘Corrected’ Caravaggio for the Current Crisis appeared first on Italofile.
Tags: Travel, Art, Music, Modern Art, Caravaggio, Art & Architecture, Salmo, Culture & Living, Coronavirus


SOTD 13.3.2020

Perfume PosseSOTD 13.3.2020 A SOTD (Scent Of The Day) thread is a really good conversation generator. The idea is you’ll chime in through the week with whatever scent you are wearing. You don’t need to be super knowledgable, have high faluting tastes or… Continue Reading → Perfume PosseSOTD 13.3.2020
Tags: Travel, Reviews, Art, Family, Shopping, Review, Beauty, Perfume, Food And Drink, Fragrance, Ramblings, Gardens, Portia, Perfume Reviews, Perfume review, Vanity and Beauty


All-Natural Mouthwash Tablets

by Humankind’s all-natural mouthwash tablets (made from baking soda, tartaric acid, sodium benzoate, menthol, and thymol) now come in a travel-size iteration with a reusable container made for use while on the go. The durable glass cup makes standardized dilution simple, while the silicone tablet holder sits snugly on top. Removing single-use plastic from the ritual, by Humankind also ships tablet refills in 100% compostable …
Tags: Travel, Design, Toothpaste, Mouthwash, Hygiene, Humankind, Travel Sized


Word of Mouth: Milwaukee

Wisconsin's largest city comprises steadfast institutions and emerging hotspots Milwaukee, Wisconsin constitutes the remnants of a few industries long gone and the emergence of others that render the city somewhere between a resurgence and an evolution. It certainly never faded completely, but there’s undoubtedly something new to it all. That doesn’t mean the best parts of the city are those that opened recently though. Milwaukee …
Tags: Travel, Art, Design, Hotels, Restaurants, Milwaukee, Beer, Accommodation, Cafes, Drinking, Wisconsin, Eating, Dining, Diners, City Guides, Milwaukee Wisconsin


Visiting Lomita and Finca la Carrodilla Wineries in Valle de Guadalupe, Mexico

Celebrating Baja culture through delightful wines and fine dining About 20 miles northeast of Ensenada, in the middle of the Valle de Guadalupe wine region, the Finca La Carrodilla winery makes Árbol, the region’s first fully organic wine (a Syrah). In the vineyard, sheep rollick their way across the rows of vines, clearing the land and fertilizing the soil. An apparatus that rolls the adorable …
Tags: Travel, Food, Design, Mexico, Restaurants, Alcohol, Wine, Dining, Food + Drink, Baja California, Ensenada, Wineries, Lomita, Valle de Guadalupe, Valle de Guadalupe Mexico, Natural Wines


Link About It: This Week’s Picks

Women shaping the design world, India's wine industry, the recipe for black concrete and more Farewell to the Plastic Bags of NYC While the single-use plastic bag ban in New York (instated 1 March) is undeniably necessary, the bags’ kitsch designs have become synonymous with the city. Graphic designer Sho Shibuya collected more than 200 different types of bags over several years and photographed some …
Tags: Travel, Art, New York, Science, Design, News, NYC, India, Environment, Cars, Tech, Sustainability, Materials, Architecture, Bags, Antarctica


SOTD 6.3.2020

Perfume PosseSOTD 6.3.2020 A SOTD (Scent Of The Day) thread is a really good conversation generator. The idea is you’ll chime in through the week with whatever scent you are wearing. You don’t need to be super knowledgable, have high faluting tastes or… Continue Reading → Perfume PosseSOTD 6.3.2020
Tags: Travel, Reviews, Art, Family, Shopping, Review, Beauty, Perfume, Food And Drink, Fragrance, Ramblings, Gardens, Portia, Perfume Reviews, Perfume review, Vanity and Beauty


Rolls-Royce’s Whispers App Offers Customers Exclusive Experiences, Products And Each Other

Double-R owners engage with the brand and its partners through a luxurious new community platform Owners of a Rolls-Royce from 2003 onward now have access to their own online community, Whispers, that connects them to content, experiences and products, other owners and company employees. All owners are welcome to join, but if you sell your (only) Rolls you’ll have to give up your membership in the …
Tags: Travel, Apps, Design, Technology, Shopping, Cars, Tech, E-commerce, Automotive, Luxury, Experiences, Rolls-royce, RR, Experiential


An airline pilot designed the world’s most efficient travel luggage

Necessity is perhaps the best sort of design brief. If you want to solve a problem, ask for insights for someone plagued by the problem the most. In 1987, Robert Plath, a Northwest Airlines pilot revolutionized how we travel by simply adding a pair of wheels to his luggage. Decades later, strolleys are practically a norm, and anyone who physically lifts heavy bags is looked at as a luddite. If you want to innovate and create the best sort of luggage for travel, the best way is to talk to someo...
Tags: Travel, Deals, Design, Bags, Bag, Product Design, Fischer, Northwest Airlines, YKK, Roller, Ethan Fischer, Helix Pro, StrongBags Luggage, Robert Plath, Helix Pro Roller, Ethan FischerClick



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