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What the world eats

April 28, 2013

What The World Eats” photo series shows twenty families around the globe with a week’s worth of groceries. From Mexico to Italy, Australia, Equador or Mali, you learn how much people spend and what they eat. The Al Haggan family of Kuwait City for instance spends 63.63 dinar or $221.45, Continue Reading


Mario The Magician

March 11, 2013
Mario's Small School of Magic

His shows are uplifting, inventive, highly interactive, and oh-so-original; he surrounds himself with  silly antics, colorful, handmade props, and a live dove named Mozzarella; he throws ridiculously silly and meticulously crafted performances. Meet Mario the Magician, one of New York’s best kept secrets.  Continue Reading


Wild Foods, Les Nourritures Feroces, a book by Martine Camillieri

December 2, 2012

With her transformation of everyday objects into toys, her installations and images, Artist Martine Camillieri makes a sharp comment on our society, on waist, recycling and especially toxic materials. With her book “Wild Foods”, she helps us understand how to avoid eating too much of the questionable food that surround us, or at least not to exceed the permissible dose of toxicity. Continue Reading