Frankenstein Magazine is an independent magazine that explores underground cultures through experimental comics and unconventional editorial approaches.
For the SS24 windows Frankenstein presents a psychedelic mash-up of the adventures of Frank and Osso: a blue puppy dog and his cynical assistant.
It is precisely for this special event that Frank gave himself an interview to the press: an opportunity to reflect on his existence, between fame and frugal life.
Set within the halls of the Centro Filologico Milanese, "Notebook Fantasies" invites you to step into the world of youthful imagination.
The campaign immortalizes the dreams that dance through the mind of a teenager amidst an ordinary studying afternoon at the library.Fotography Tommaso Montenesi PoschVideo Tullio GraniArt Direction Diego PuttoStyling Luca PaolantonioSound Flux by UchihaHair Sergio SorbelloMake-Up Greta CeccottiProduction and Consulting The Harvest Consulting
As part of The Leftovers Project, Coltorti's Christmas Dinner is a way of celebrating the most cheerful time of the year with a particular focus on sustainability.
The dinner was organized inside our space of Via della Spiga 7, Milan in collaboration with Alfio and Aliroska, and the theme of this year was food reclying. In particular, how can we avoid waisting any food in the kitchen during these days of festivity? How can can we get creative when it comes to leftovers?
The answer, we learned, is to be found in both the kitchen and the table setting.
As the cold has arrived and Halloween looms closer, it's the perfect moment to dim the lights, cozy up on the couch, and prepare for a chilling horror movie night. Here's our list of the 5 most fahsionable Horror movies.
A Guest is a Host is a program aimed at the proliferation of music, art, design, sport, cuisine, and everything related to contemporary culture. The name takes on the Italian paradox for which the same word Ospite indicates both the person giving hospitality and the one receiving it. In the same way, our goal is to investigate passions and obsessions of creative minds while they exist in their most intimate dimension: their home. At the end of this investigation the former guest will be hosted in our space of Milan, Italy, where they will spend 3 days experimenting and performing.
A Guest is a Host is about bringing new talents under the spotlight, and narrating untold stories of those who are already used to the lights of the stage. While subjects change, the question stays: where do you feel home the most?
For the first episode of this format we traveled to Munich, Germany, to spend a few days with Rais. After winning the first prize in the “Kulturkreis Gasteig Musikpreis” and holding the position of organist at the church of Sankt Peter for a year (oldest parish in the city of Munich), Rais is today Assistant and Titular organist at the Theatinerkirche (formerly the royal court church of Monaco), where illustrious composers such as Orlando di Lasso were active (1532-1594) and Joseph Gabriel Rheinberger (1839-1901).Fotography and Video Tullio GraniArt Direction and Styling Diego PuttoText RaisProduction and Consulting The Harvest Consulting
This year we teamed up with Forgotten Architecture and NERO Editions for the second edition of the party celebrating the release of the book, and we did so in the most iconic building among those mapped throughout the volume. A unique, disruptive, avant-garde work, the Casa Albero designed in the 1960’s by Giuseppe Perugini, Uga De Plaisant and Raynaldo Perugini in Fregene has become an icon of experimental architecture. The House materializes the architect’s architectural thought: an open reflection between habitable spaces and surrounding environments. The central structure, called the Tree House, is made up of different materials such as glass, raw concrete and steel. This building boasts a modular system of plates and frames designed to be “unfinished”, and therefore infinitely replicable. The basic concept behind the Experimental House is in fact the continuous modification of the environments and their perennial expansion: the floors multiply within a single space where there are glass sheets interspersing the concrete surfaces. Not dividing walls therefore, but real modular differences in level which accentuate the dichotomy between the stability of the housing block and its perennial transformation. After the death of the architect Perugini, followed by that of his wife, the house was frequented less and less by the family, the building began to suffer the passage of time, neglect and acts of vandalism have they damage interiors and exteriors. However, just recently, the restoration of a part of the house was completed; furthermore, a process aimed at fully valorising the complex was undertaken. The objective is to make the House accessible and usable for cultural initiatives compatible with the building.Fotography Giorgio CassanoStyling Luca PaolantonioVideo Tullio GraniProduction The Harvest Consulting
Yesterday I brought my flashlight to the office to show it to my colleagues, and it turned to be vital after midnight.Photography Tommaso Montenesi PoschStyling Luca PaolantonioFilm-making Tullio GraniText Diego PapettiCreative Direction Tommaso Montenesi, Luca Paoloantonio, Diego PapettiHair and Makeup Noemi AuetascConsulting and Production The HarvestCasting Tuono CastingModels Jesenija, Kim, Yong
What happens when painting becomes an operation of subtraction? What is going to be left on canvas?
We had a chat with Milan based artist Marta Ravasi, who has let us step in her studio.Fotografia Piergiorgio SorgettiStyling Antonio Clavelli, Diego PapettiModella Marta Ravasi