Superga

16 Dec 18
Soul of a Carmelite

Mary of the Angels was born in Turin on Jan. 7, 1661, the last of eleven children of the Count John Donatus Fontanella di Baldissero and of Countess Mary Tana di Santana. When she was fourteen, her father had already died; and she had to overcome resolutely the opposition of her mother in order to […]

15 Dec 18
Twentysomething years

One of the great joys of travelling through Italy is discovering firsthand that it is, indeed, a dream destination. – Debra Levinson July 20th – Arrival in Milan Deciding which cities we were going to visit in Italy wasn’t easy. Eventually, we decided to pay a visit to Milan, Genova and Turin. The combination of […]

13 Dec 18
Las Vegas Review-Journal
#gallery-1469922-38 { margin: auto; } #gallery-1469922-38 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 33%; } #gallery-1469922-38 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-1469922-38 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */ Disney’s The Lion King performed at The Smith Center in 2018. Brinkhoff Mogenburg The Book of Circles – Visualizing Spheres of Knowledge. PA Press 60 Hour Candle. Uncommon Goods Fine Art Socks. Signals Hand Lettering 101: An Introduction to the Art of Creative Lettering "Dear Evan Hansen" (The Smith Center) Odds are that the art lover in your life has enough museum tote bags. This year, give them something that’s sure to inspire. Whether they create their own art or prefer to admire the works of others, here are a few gifts that anyone with a creative bent will appreciate. ‘The Book of Circles’ What do eyes, venn diagrams and the Dome of the Basilica of Superga have in common? Manuel Lima’s “The Book of Circles: Visualizing Spheres of Knowledge” seeks to find out. The hardcover illustrated book explores the relationships between fine art, design, fashion, architecture and science as they relate to the circle. Replete with photos, illustrations and inventive graphics, “The Book of Circles” will prove a visual feast for those who view the world through an artful lens. $40, papress.com Art socks It may not be possible to walk in the shoes of your favorite artist, but at least you can walk in their socks. Colorful fine art socks are snug and stretchy and bear vibrant re-creations of famous artworks including “Starry Night,” “Mona Lisa,” “The Scream” and more. $48 for six pairs. signals.com 60-hour candle What better way to slave away on your masterpiece than under the cozy glow of a beeswax candle? This coiled candle will accompany aspiring artists as late nights turn into early mornings. The spiral shape may even inspire them to complete their opus before the candle burns out. $30 uncommongoods.com The art of beautiful penmanship No matter their preferred medium, the artist in your life needs to nail the perfect signature. “Hand Lettering 101” teaches various fonts and flourishes. Bonus: You’re pretty much guaranteed a pretty thank-you card. $17.99, amazon.com Smith Center tickets What better way to indulge their love of the performing arts than with show tickets? The Smith Center for the Performing Arts is home to Broadway hits “Dear Evan Hansen” in January and “Come From Away” in February. Treat younger theatergoers to “The Very Hungry Caterpillar” on Jan. 9 and movie buffs to “The Music of John Williams” on Jan. 12. $15 and up,thesmithcenter.com Contact Janna Karel at jkarel@reviewjournal.com. Follow @jannainprogress on Twitter.
13 Dec 18
Las Vegas Review-Journal
#gallery-1550423-39 { margin: auto; } #gallery-1550423-39 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 33%; } #gallery-1550423-39 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-1550423-39 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */ Disney’s The Lion King performed at The Smith Center in 2018. Brinkhoff Mogenburg The Book of Circles – Visualizing Spheres of Knowledge. PA Press 60 Hour Candle. Uncommon Goods Fine Art Socks. Signals Hand Lettering 101: An Introduction to the Art of Creative Lettering "Dear Evan Hansen" (The Smith Center) Odds are that the art lover in your life has enough museum tote bags. This year, give them something that’s sure to inspire. Whether they create their own art or prefer to admire the works of others, here are a few gifts that anyone with a creative bent will appreciate. ‘The Book of Circles’ What do eyes, venn diagrams and the Dome of the Basilica of Superga have in common? Manuel Lima’s “The Book of Circles: Visualizing Spheres of Knowledge” seeks to find out. The hardcover illustrated book explores the relationships between fine art, design, fashion, architecture and science as they relate to the circle. Replete with photos, illustrations and inventive graphics, “The Book of Circles” will prove a visual feast for those who view the world through an artful lens. $40, papress.com Art socks It may not be possible to walk in the shoes of your favorite artist, but at least you can walk in their socks. Colorful fine art socks are snug and stretchy and bear vibrant re-creations of famous artworks including “Starry Night,” “Mona Lisa,” “The Scream” and more. $48 for six pairs. signals.com 60-hour candle What better way to slave away on your masterpiece than under the cozy glow of a beeswax candle? This coiled candle will accompany aspiring artists as late nights turn into early mornings. The spiral shape may even inspire them to complete their opus before the candle burns out. $30 uncommongoods.com The art of beautiful penmanship No matter their preferred medium, the artist in your life needs to nail the perfect signature. “Hand Lettering 101” teaches various fonts and flourishes. Bonus: You’re pretty much guaranteed a pretty thank-you card. $17.99, amazon.com Smith Center tickets What better way to indulge their love of the performing arts than with show tickets? The Smith Center for the Performing Arts is home to Broadway hits “Dear Evan Hansen” in January and “Come From Away” in February. Treat younger theatergoers to “The Very Hungry Caterpillar” on Jan. 9 and movie buffs to “The Music of John Williams” on Jan. 12. $15 and up,thesmithcenter.com Contact Janna Karel at jkarel@reviewjournal.com. Follow @jannainprogress on Twitter.
11 Dec 18
Cerberus

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09 Dec 18
The Best Game in the World

The actual and past history of Italy is full of horrendous dates: this of May 4th, 1949 concerns sport and must be considered an immense tragedy, not immune to all our true tragedies by a mortifying grotesque one. Torino FC has perished in Superga, which was rightly remembered as one greatest football squads in history. […]

08 Dec 18

  Rolling Stones shoes, handpainted custom trainer in Superga style. Be your own designer and design your individual sneaker! Take a look at the Rolling Stones logo. When it comes to corporate branding for a rock band, it’s unbeatable. For over 45 years, the gaping mouth and tongue have symbolized the largest rock’n’roll band in […]

08 Dec 18
Corporate Dispatch

Former Torino coach Gigi Radice has died at the age of 83, sources said on Friday. Radice led the Turin side to their last Serie A title, in 1976, which is also the only scudetto they have won since the Superga air disaster of 1949 wiped out the Grande Torino team. One of the most […]

07 Dec 18
A Tuttocalcio

“La Ssc Napoli ricorda commossa Gigi Radice, grande allenatore e grande uomo”, scrive il club azzurro sul proprio profilo twitter per ricordare l’allenatore dell’ultimo scudetto del Torino, l’unico del dopo Superga nel 1976, ad 83 anni. Tra gli allenatori più innovativi della sua epoca, ha guidato anche Inter, Milan, Bologna, Roma e Fiorentina.

06 Dec 18
Butikkjakt.no

Lekre, kamuflasjefargede sneakers fra SUPERGA. Skoene har en behagelig passform og passer perfekt til hverdags. – Snøring foran – Høyere såle Sålehøyde: 4 cm

06 Dec 18
cherrybelly

This is exceedingly random, but did you know that the orange is actually a hybrid between a pomelo and a mandarin?? I was shocked. Why would anyone want to bring two perfectly perfect fruits together to make one fruit that can’t be peeled without a knife and is therefore less perfect? If it ain’t broke […]