Arts as Therapy. Reflections on inspiring book by Alain de Botton & John Armstrong



Over the past weeks I’ve been busy writing an art education playful reasearch for elementary students at the local children library. Passionated about History Museums, Historic Theatres and all Arts in general, I needed a book that could inspire my ideas on Art Education. The book by Alain de Botton and John Armstrong “Art as Therapy” reflectes perfectly my view on the possibility of all Arts to be Therapies.  Continue reading

Working on visual topics. What makes an icon?





10565125_323295051186552_7901721528760708333_n Continue reading

Ultimate fixing time


Ultimate fixing time:

a new page, some refreshing contents, and a daily webmagazine, the Edelweiss Review.

Stay tuned!

Interview with Dinah Fried


At last Dinah Fried and the Snowdrops’ Garden editor have managed to have a wonderful interview. Enjoy it! Continue reading

Interview with Artist Jill Bliss



An interview with Jill Bliss is a must when you love Illustration, design and Nature. Read below our conversation. Thanks a lot Jill!

Continue reading

Eating Literature? Visually Fictitious Dishes by Dinah Fried

Fictitious Dishes: Alice's Adventures in Wonderland

Eating Literature?  Visually possible seeing  the storytelling of Fictitious Dishes by Dinah Fried, in this pic exhibiting Alice in Wonderland, the same masterpiece on which I’ve worked as Digital PR in Italy recently. Continue reading

So what? 3 years of Alternative Culture


So what?

3 years of Alternative Culture, as The Snowdrops’ Garden is growing and changing, just like her editor. Continue reading


Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 443 other followers