The marriage of fashion, food and print is being brought to life in the pages of the first issue of Alla Carta.
Posted in Assorted, Printed Matter Also tagged acquired taste, Alla Carta, Fabiana Fierotti, fashion, Food, italian, magazine, photography, printed matter, publication, Valentina Barzaghi, Yara De Nicola
These petite pizza pies are mouthwatering, authentic and vegetarian.
Apples, potatoes and cucumbers come in a package you can eat but what if our breakfast could be served in an edible bowl or our dinner on a palatable plate?
Posted in Design Also tagged acquired taste, bowl, design, diane leclair bisson, edible, milan, package, plate, salone, taste no waste, tomato
So, its pretty much decided: penne and farfalle are the new diamonds and pearls.
Posted in Fashion Also tagged acquired taste, dolce and gabbana, earrings, erica, farfalle, fashion, honestlywtf, italian, jewelry, lauren, pasta
We loved that Thanos Zakopoulos and Katia Meneghini Italian-architecture plates weren’t gaudy but we love their Hybrid plates because they are just that.
Posted in Art, Assorted, Design, Goods Also tagged acquired taste, art, ctrlzak, culture, design, east, hybrid, italian, katia meneghini, Plates, plateware, seletti, thanos zakopoulos, west
We may not know whether Andy Warhol ate bananas or if Pier Mondrian liked citrus fruit and caviar, but that is how designer Erwin Bauer has interpreted the artists’ works.
Posted in Art, Design Also tagged acquired taste, art, artist, contemporary, design, erwin bauer, Food, hotel, janto lenherr, michael stobl, mumok museum of modern art, placemat, Plates, restaurant, vienna
If you think of Italian dishes as gaudy, Baroque serving plates and bowls painted with tomatoes, olives and basil, think again.
Posted in Architecture, Design Also tagged acquired taste, architecture, art, design, dinner, italian, katia meneghini, pantheon, Plates, rotonda del brunelleschi, thanos zakopoulos
Paper plates are known for being wasteful and even cookbooks are said to use too much paper. But Italian designers, Sebastiano Ercoli and Alessandro Garlandini, have put the two together in a sustainable design project.
Posted in Design, Printed Matter Also tagged acquired taste, Alessandro Garlandini, art, composte, design, Food, lunchbook, printed matter, recycle, Sebastiano Ercoli, sustainable
Gabbani, a small delicatessen and shop in Via Pessina, Italy, has earned some serious design credibility with a bit of rebranding by Demian Conrad Design.
We know to appreciate the shape, size and texture of our food but Katharina Mischer and Thomas Traxler, a design duo from Vienna, have taken this appreciation to another level.
Posted in Art, Goods, Home, Tools & Utensils Also tagged art, bowls, ceramic powder, Goods, home, katharina mischer, reversed volumes, thomas traxler, vienna