PISTOIA is a hidden gem! And so convenient to explore the region of Tuscany by car or by train… * Here is the travel story by Ksenia Zizina & Pavel Fedoseyev, travel creative curious couple, co-founders of “For All Things Creative” blog and both #CCTravellers2017, obviously! 😉
HONG KONG He did it again! Two years after 24h LOS ANGELES, French photographer Karl Hab presents his new book 24h HONG KONG. Here is a little preview for curious people like you
PARIS without its Tour Eiffel. Impossible even to imagine, today. But if some French intellectuals would have won their battle, the Iron Lady (Dame de Fer) might have survived for maybe just twenty years or maybe less. The French originally hated it. If not all, certainly an important group of high-profile artists, thinkers and creatives who signed a petition to protest against the tower during its construction. They expressed all their hate towards this “useless” and “monstrous” monument with a love letter to their City of Lights (Ville Lumière) and finesse, published on Valentine’s Day 1887.
SEETIES We’ve recently presented a new participative column dedicated to women: PLACES to see, WOMEN to know. Given the current context, a premise is needed.
JAPAN – EUROPE An unique visual documentary on the life-scapes between East and West by French-Russian photographer Gueorgui Tcherednitchenko. When travel is far more and beyond a trip.
In the deep web of nostalgia, we found a lovely vintage book on classic Christmas drawings, dated 1986. You just have to look at these little exercises to go back in time and rekindle that wonderful creative instinct that belongs to every human being… 💫✏️🎄
DALLAS On the occasion of the theatre release of “Jackie” – film directed by Pablo Larraìn and nominated for three Academy Awards – CCT proposes you this interview and puts the book “November 22, 1963” in its Sunday Tips for reading.
SEETIES In this illustrated book, Tsjisse Talsma tells his experiences of exploring and adapting in an unfamiliar city, while traveling through Europe and America.
MILANO In 1896, the Italian composer Giuseppe Verdi founded Casa di Riposo per Musicisti: a home to host older musicians and opera singers, less lucky than him, people who had lived for Music and then found themselves penniless in their sunset years. Swiss photographer Eric Bachmann and German journalist Christian Kämmerling take us to inside this place.
SEETIES From comments on self image to the joy of Fridays, this 160-page book depicts our daily life in a wry and charismatic way.