A couple of weeks ago I was in a cheese-making mood. And I made a (substantial) batch of goat’s milk ricotta. It was that tasty I had to think of ways how to use it before it’s eaten all!… Read More
The weekend before last was a long cycle kind of day. Also I was supposed to go and see a dear friend from NY in Oxford. So I had combined the two and decided to have a little ride through Oxfordshire.
As you’d expect from a graphic designer, I’m mad about magazines (and books). Good old print stuff. I delight in going into a magazine shop, browse and discover new titles and issues, here or abroad. Whether on design, typography, photography, architecture, food obviously, anything goes. One that I’m really fond of is an italian food magazine La Cucina Italiana.
If you watched the video on food photography I recently posted – I owe you a recipe! We wanted to have a shot of a juice/ drink in the video and I thought it was a great opportunity to make one of my favourite ones. Apart from looking quite sleek on dark background, this juice tastes really good as well;… Read More
It took me a while to actually start this blog. I was hesitating, I was unsure if the content will cut the mustard. I knew the best way is to throw yourself in at the deep end and just see how it goes; still, I had been delaying it, and delaying it. Then I read an interview with David Frankiel,… Read More
That morning we were leaving the beautiful town of Goult in Provence and heading Drôme. And just before leaving Provence, in the middle of countryside, we could see them… endless fields of lavender. And at the same time, my friend Tanja and I sighed and said: Finally!
“The romantic home of cycling.” Such a genius description of Italy on one cycling blog I saw long time ago. I really do find something quite romantic about Italy and I have a sort of a love affair with it. And all of the country’s parts. Then, while reading about a historic cycle ride Emilio De Marchi, I came across… Read More