TASTE: A Thousand Ways to Aperitivo
Aperitivo is more than just a drink before dinner - it's a ritual ending the business of the day and an invitation to the slow style of the evening. The beauty lies in the hundreds of ways to enjoy this ancient tradition. Head over to the blog, Italy Segreta, to learn a few ways to enjoy this ethos of Italian living. Salute!
As is always the case, the new issue of L'etiquette is their best one yet. This spring/summer issue touches on monochrome outfits, long-sleeved t-shirts, raincoats, mountain gear, and other retrospectives. Self-described as a guide to men's clothing, pick up a copy for some fresh takes on summer style.
Few albums capture the beauty of Spring as well as this one. Released in 1981 after Bill Evan's death, it's layered with renditions of his early work, some original compositions, and covers. 'You Must Believe in Spring' is a beautiful album and the perfect companion to your own Spring.
LEARN: Esquire - Robert Spangle
Photojournalist and Designer Robert Spangle has been covering the Russian invasion of Ukraine since March. Spangle shares stories and images that are vivid, intimate, stark, and personal. Head over to Esquire for a window into Ukraine's all-volunteer Territorial Defense Forces and their courageous fight for freedom.
Written by the legendary Sam Shepard and directed by Wim Wenders, Paris is an ode to the landscape of the American Southwest and a commentary on the myth of the American family. If Harry Dean Stanton wasn't enough of a reason to watch, the film is also masterfully decorated with great style and gorgeous canyon landscapes.
EXPLORE: A Brief History of B&W Photography
"Black and white are the colors of photography. To me, they symbolize the alternatives of hope and despair to which mankind is forever subjected." – Robert Frank
The online magazine, Independent Photographer, has a wonderfully succinct editorial on black and white photography history. Survey some of photography's founding fathers, how the medium evolved, and how it influenced the ingenuity of color photography.