Coffee Likbez with Federica Ricci

“Coffee” is one of the most beautiful words in every language and also one of the most traded commodities in the world, second only to crude oil. 2.25 billion cups are consumed each day and as Italians basically coffee flows in our veins! The history of this product is fascinating and mysterious and can be enjoyed better with a cup of espresso or cappuccino in … Continue reading Coffee Likbez with Federica Ricci

Abruzzo Land in Rome

The Adriatic Sea, Apennine mountains, nature reserves, medieval towns, incredible local cuisine. All this is contained in one of the most beautiful, yet still intact and wild regions of Italy – Abruzzo. This place is the “greenest part” of Italy, and it is here that a visitor can immerse completely and feel the freedom and majesty of nature… either if your exploration seeks unforgettable landscapes … Continue reading Abruzzo Land in Rome

A short introduction to sustainibility

If you search for hashtag #sustainable on Instagram, it will give you 9.1 million results with pictures of literally whatever: clothes, interiors, food, animals, skincare products, landscapes, and people. The core concept of sustainability deserves a series of books, and can’t be thoroughly explained in the format of a magazine article. This only wants to be a short introduction to sustainability, by the example of … Continue reading A short introduction to sustainibility

Iconic Designs. Bvlgari

Iconic designs are those designs that stand out, like the iPod Touch. Evergreen milestones of design. Even if we can’t immediately recall the name of the author or don’t know it at all – like the Volkswagen Beetle, we connect our collective memory to them. So deeply intertwined with our society that they look as if they have always been in it – like the … Continue reading Iconic Designs. Bvlgari

Letter from the Editor-in-chief

Dear readers, I do not want to linger too long on “difficult times”, “COVID-2019” or whatever personal challenges that haunt everyone on the path of life. I want to thank you for the support and trust you showed during the first release of SURREAL GENERATION. I am truly very proud of the results and having guests like Roberto Wirth, Suzanne Syz, Marina Abramovic, Wallace Chan, … Continue reading Letter from the Editor-in-chief

Exquisitely noble Christmas gifts from Editor-in-chief

Gifts are a way of expressing your feelings, showing attention and care, and most importantly they can leave an authentic aftertaste of someone’s personality. The right thing given in a certain manner can be more eloquent than a cheesy phrase. I am among those who often end up finding it easier to express feelings and care with deeds, rather than words. If you think about … Continue reading Exquisitely noble Christmas gifts from Editor-in-chief

Christmas gift ideas

I believe that the best present is something, that a person won’t buy themselves because there are always more important things to spend money on. This way, wishes end up being at the end of the list of priorities, in the “I don’t really need it” group. Christmas is a perfect occasion to make the life of your nearest and dearest a bit happier by … Continue reading Christmas gift ideas

Autumn in jewelry

What is your favorite season? Mine is fall, color-wise. Let me take the advantage of being an editor to share a selection of jewelry pieces that represent fall motifs and demonstrate the variety of warm-shade gems. For some reason, fall motifs are not very popular in jewelry. Though even the banalest fall attribute, such as a leaf, can be interpreted in different ways depending on … Continue reading Autumn in jewelry

Art exhibitions, fall 2020

The year 2020 has become the year of cancellation of cultural events. Moreover, it made us all understand that if you have planned to see one, you’d better not put it off to the last days. Here is a selection of ongoing and upcoming art exhibitions worth your attention. London London, widely recognized for its vibrant art and cultural scene, is offering an impressive variety … Continue reading Art exhibitions, fall 2020