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When Venice Lives, It Looks Like This: Arzanart Marbled Paper

I’m happy to finally have another interview to share with you in this series that showcases Venetian artisans. Monica Cesarato’s Live in Venice Week from 2021 drew me to learn more about traditional arts, and last summer I met a … Continue reading

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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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Gondola Stuff: Card

I keep thinking that I’ve posted all my gondola stuff, and then I look at a shelf or in the kitchen or on the fridge and find yet another gondola thing. Here’s a card I bought in a lovely little … Continue reading

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