Kinship in Vietnam

In anthropology, “Kinship” refers to the web of social relationships that form an important part of the lives of most humans in most societies, although its exact meanings even within this discipline are often debated.

Is China the new El Dorado of wine?

Jean Gabin once infamously said, “The day I drink milk is the day cows eat grapes.” An elegant saying, indeed, showing that wine is not only the drink of choice in France, but an integral part of everyday life…

The audacious taste of “Funky Claude”

Who would have thought that “Funky Claude Nobs” was the son of a baker and a nurse? Audacity and tastefulness is what this man had always managed to have, no matter the circumstances…

Melbourne Graffiti – Episode 2

Graffiti exists as a paradoxical phenomenon, as both aesthetic practice and criminal activity. Its practitioners often vigorously assert its visual merit and its cultural value. Its detractors recommend its removal from urban streetscapes and the prosecution of graffiti writers, considered as vandals.

Melbourne Graffiti – Episode 1

Let’s forget about the color for a minute [we all know that is a sensation created by light]. So let’s turn off the light to focus on art installation conceptual understanding: Melbourne Graffiti.

Suspend yourself

Most men in the world today wear a belt. I guess it is common to use a belt to hold your trousers up. But at one time this was not so common…

What’s so fascinating about the Pinot Noir?

Why indeed, is this vintage label so fascinating? Ooh… the Pinot Noir! Its very name is magical…

Taiwan, Fashion, and all of its Glory

When I hear the words “Asian fashion” I characterize them as electric and having a newness in the field of style and dressing, such an abstract taste. Words that have just enough potency to move the “now” to a “next”…

Stéphane Ferrero – Episode 3

Famous characters from the famous period of the “Three Kingdoms” in the Chinese History travel to the future. They are visiting and yet witnessing what the land they fought for, has become…

Stéphane Ferrero – Episode 2

This series is a tribute to the masters: painters or photographers, who influenced our visual universe and eventually shaped Arts, as we know it today.

Stéphane Ferrero – Episode 1

I first became interested in photography but also in all forms of art in high school while I was in a special class, studying Fine Arts and Art History as a major. Since then, I started to record my daily life using a silver film camera and developing myself black and white picture.

Bordeaux, comment se portent les Grands Crus?

Bordeaux… Burdigala pour les intimes… Une aura viticole mondiale, une réputation en grande partie héritée du prestige de ses grands vins de Bordeaux, un nom connu de tous les amoureux de Bacchus…