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.
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… 💫✏️🎄
SEETIES On the menù we have: PINXTO from Donostia, PIZZA from Naples, SANDWICH from London, HAMBURGER from New York and SUSHI from Tokyo.