Art Design

Leonardo’s Codex Atlanticus

INVENTOR, ARTIST, GENIUS… The first Italian designer ever with a penchant for being incredibly  ahead of his time. He didn’t just invent new things, he also came up with concepts  and designs which took centuries for mankind to implement and develop. A visionary who merged art and science to [...]

Van Gogh, Irises

Vincent van Gogh (Dutch, 1853 – 1890) - Irises, 1889, Oil on canvas - 74.3 × 94.3 cm (29 1/4 × 37 1/8 in.), 90.PA.20 - The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles Maybe the world best known painting. In 1987 this painting was bought [...]


Willow is an Italian neo-pop artist who transports us to a world of vibrant colors and continuous drawings. Since the early 1990s, the post-modern artistic movement known as Neo Pop has been gaining international recognition. It spans from the United States to Europe, Latin America to Russia, and extends [...]

Opera Historical Archive

Italian Opera Arts The Ricordi Historical Archive is a private collection  and tells the story of the most important Italian Operas  and of La Scala Theatre in Milan. The Archive is housed within the Palazzo di Brera in Milan. The universally known masterpieces of Rossini, Verdi, Puccini, [...]

Getty Museum

The J. Paul Getty Museum at the Getty Center features works of art dating from the eighth through the twenty-first century, showcased against a backdrop of dramatic architecture, tranquil gardens, and breathtaking views of Los Angeles. The Getty collection is made of 30.000 pieces among ancient art, [...]

Pinacoteca Ambrosiana Milano

©Veneranda Biblioteca Ambrosiana, Milano  |  courtesy: camerAnebbia srl MORE THAN 24 ROOMS, 300 PAINTINGS, THE ENTIRE LEONARDO DA VINCI CODEX ATLANTICUS The Biblioteca and Pinacoteca Ambrosiana was founded in Milan in 1607.  It is the first library ever to be open to anyone who could write and read. Galileo Galilei used to attend it for his studies. The pInacoteca is made [...]

New York Public Library

The New York Public Library is a palace of wonders  containing diverse collections of over 46 million  objects including rare books, maps, paintings, prints,  sculpture, photographs, films, recorded sound,  furniture, ephemera, rare and important historical  documents. Berenice Abbott "Changing New York", [...]


Flavia Weedn books, illustrations and poetry are used in positive affirmation and motivation teaching, and her work was chosen by Barbara Bush to be included in the National Literacy Campaign. A great licensing success with 300 millions greetings cards sold, 2 millions children books sold, more than 100 licensees [...]

Getty Villa Malibu

The Getty Villa  is one of the locations of the Getty Museum and is located between the cities of Los Angeles and Malibu. The museum, housed in a building structured as the ancient Roman villa Villa dei Papiri in Ercolano, boasts more than 44,000 works of ancient  [...]

Terracotta Army at Xi’An

The mausoleum of the first Qin emperor (秦始皇陵S, Qín ShǐhuánglíngP) is the most important archaeological site in China. It is located near Xi'an, in Shaanxi province, and consists of an extensive funerary complex designed in the guise of the imperial capital of Xianyang on an area of 6.3 km. Work on its construction [...]

Torna in cima