italy
Italy
Milan
Yuriko Mikami
2017.09.07

Work vs. personal interests

Those of you who work—how did you end up choosing your job? I was born into a music-loving family, so grew up around musical instruments from a young age. It wasn’t that I had any special talent for music, but I always had the sense that musicians were artists and somehow wonderful—so I just kind of ended up on that path. Maybe that’s why I’ve lived a life where there’s not much distinction between my personal interests and my work. Continue reading “Work vs. personal interests”
italy
Italy
Genoa
Patrizia Margherita
2017.08.17

5 terre paradise

Monterosso, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola and Riomaggiore are five villages, five lands on the sea where they get their name: Cinque Terre, meaning five lands. Modeled by nature for centuries they were adapted to the needs of man. First, for agricultural purposes, men created the terraces fields, which make this a unique place. Continue reading “5 terre paradise”
italy
Italy
Genoa
Patrizia Margherita
2017.07.11

Infiorata, a Holy Flower Festival

Every year, at the end of June, the Catholic Church celebrates the solemnity of the Corpus Domini (literally God’s body) and the entire Italian peninsula dresses up with floral decorations which cover the streets and the squares of many cities and towns. The Corpus Domini is originally celebrated on Thursday after the celebration of the Holy Trinity but in Italy this holiday is moved to Sunday for convenience. Continue reading “Infiorata, a Holy Flower Festival”