Literature - Mags - HotspotsJanuary 02, 2015
More than a bookshop

Born November 20th 2013, Open more than books is a small oasis for bookworms right in the centre of Milan.

Literature - HotspotsAugust 08, 2014
Tipos Infames
Tres Hombres Y Un Destino

Los infames Gonzalo Queipo, Francisco Llorca y Alfonso Tordesillas son los orgullosos propietarios de esta pintoresca librería, que aúna libros, arte, vino y experiencias. Un espacio especialmente creado para el uso ...

Literature - MusicJune 20, 2014
Pablo Conejero Lopez
The Silent Speech

Born in Valencia, Pablo Conejero Lopez, writes and walks in NYC since 2006. Poet, singer and writer, Pablo has been a Mediterranean teenager in the English region of Kent, member of the cult punk band Vice & Vani...

Literature - Hotspots - ArtMay 07, 2014
Vision Of A Bookstore

When entering into LO/A, the Library of Arts, you can catch a slight scent of newness. Is this because of the fresh and refined furniture, made of transparent polished resin combined with blond wood? Or is this becau...

LiteratureDecember 02, 2013
Shelter Press
Nature, Stories And Encounters

Together, Bartholomé Sanson and Felicia Atkinson made Shelter Press, an edition platform publishing contemporary art books and music. With their publications and a restrained pool of artists such as Estelle Hanania,...

Fashion - Literature - ArtNovember 25, 2013
Etudes Studio
Out Of The Blue

Études walks on four pairs of legs: Aurélien Arbet, Jérémie Egry, José Lamali and Nicolas Poillot. The abundance of accent aigu (é) would suggest that this creative collective are French. Tout à fait! Based between P...

LiteratureSeptember 30, 2013
Ainhoa Rebolledo

Hace algo más de un año alguien escribió un libro muy raro sobre una bicicleta que moría frente a la sala Razzmatazz de Barcelona. El libro se titulaba "Mariklinski" y su autora era Ainhoa Rebolledo (Santiago de Comp...

Literature - ArtSeptember 30, 2013
NY Art Book Fair 2013
The last word of the summer

The most recent edition of the NY Art Book Fair provided the opportunity to observe how how this subsection of the publishing world is very much alive.