PALERMO “Se è vero quando si dice che non c’è due senza tre, allora non potevo che tornare a parlarvi, ancora una volta, di una città che mi ha rubato il cuore. Mi rivesto da CCTraveller e parto, o meglio, riparto: dopo due mete toscane – Prato e Pistoia – stavolta non salgo per lo stivale ma scendo giù giù e attraverso il mare, direzione l’isola che c’è ed è quella delle meraviglie. Ebbene sì, il mio racconto questa volta parte dal tacco per rimanere al Sud, un Sud che splende e brilla sempre di più.” – Ecco la storia della nostra travel blogger Eleonora Tricarico! #CCTravellers2018

Una cartolina di Valentina Aufiero

ITALY, summer 2018. Just returned from a few off-line and on-travel days, the first thing we want to do is sending you some postcards from our Mediterranean Sea. Or better, we want to share with you the project of a creative collective based in Pozzallo (Ragusa, Sicily) that this summer has looked at our coasts and imagined that other people wanted to support those who save human lives. In this article, we tell you about the idea and the collaborative action behind the hashtag #soloincartolina and we invite everyone to participate! Dear Interior Minister, Dear Italian Government, Dear European Parliament: greetings and kisses from Italy.

The Tables by Jon Bunning

NEW YORK A look at the powerful connection between a pair of outdoor ping pong tables, in the heart of New York City, and the unlikely group of people they’ve brought together, from homeless people to investment bankers to gangbangers. Rain or shine, they’ll be there. At “The Tables”. A beautiful, very beautiful, 15-minute documentary by Jon Bunning, filmmaker and art director based in Brooklyn, NY. Watch the short film here!


SEETIES The smartphone as a creative tool for visual storytelling: How do smartphones change our way of seeing, observing, capturing? Are images taken on smartphones simple snaps or art works on their own right? We have decided to learn more about this topic interviewing Rosa Roth, founder and editor-in-chief of THE SMART VIEW – an inspirational independent magazine dedicated to mobile photography.


BRAZIL, I want you so much but I’m afraid. I love you, I desire you, but I hate you, deep down. I do not see the wonderful future that I see with you. You created this damn paradise with your debris and traumas. I do not know if my heart can handle you any longer. My Impossible Brazil. – An intense short film directed by Fabrício Brambatti // Urso Morto and produced by Iconoclast Brazil