Monthly Archives: September 2021

Street Art / Venetian Stylin’ #2

Northern Cannaregio. I think it was just off the Misericordia.

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When Venice Lives: It Looks Like This–Carteria Ai Frari

Elisabetta Casaburi, owner of Carterìa Ai Frari, is an artisan who upholds Venice’s longstanding tradition of making paper. After graduating from the Venice School of Art and attending literature courses at Ca’ Foscari, she worked as an advertising and editorial … Continue reading

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Questioning Casanova

Someone recently asked me, “What would you say to Casanova if you met him today?” I’ll reveal my response later, in the interview where I was asked this question. But in the meantime, I really want to know what YOU … Continue reading

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Venetian Emoji #8

This is such a great face! Is it a cyclops with a spotted nose? Is it about to sneeze? Its mouth seems emotionally flat, though the one eye seems astonished. So what emotion is this?? (Sorry I somehow got out … Continue reading

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Flying over Venice and Landing on Casanova

Huge shout out to Shawn Von Ins, a photographer and Venetophile who previously created a map with pins for all my Quattro Minuti con Casanova videos. He has outdone himself by creating this mind-blowing trip through Venice! Check out this … Continue reading

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