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Volume 1 paints a comprehensive picture of O-Luce's company history and takes a look at the life story of its founder, Giuseppe Ostuni. Originally from Trieste, [expand title="more"]he founded his company O-Luce in Milan at the age of 40 and went on to become a pioneer of innovative, modern lighting units. Ostuni's brother Angelo, together with Franco Buzzi, were the first to make O-Luce known beyond the borders of Italy and were key in shaping light design in the early 1950s. New materials, such as Perspex and industrial glass, or new light source technologies such as the Cornalux or halogen light, had a decisive influence on the design of modern lighting and here too Ostuni and his young designers, above all Tito Agnoli, Joe Colombo and Bruno Gecchelin, were at the forefront of lighting design. Ostuni's passion for light and lighting, coupled with his desire to make good lighting affordable for everyone, has resulted in the most beautiful lighting units, presented here in their entirety for the first time. With over 600 drawings, photographs and documents, many of which have never been published before, this is a fascinating chapter in the history of Italian design.[/expand]

Published every two years for the World Cup and European Championships, SEPP features world famous football players modeling bespoke fashion, showcasing the off-pitch personalities of the Beautiful Game's stars. Launched in 2002 by Markus Ebner who also publishes ACHTUNG, SEPP magazine is a football fashion publication that taps into players rare ability to convey and magnify style trends.

Model, activist and actress Aweng Chuol is one of the young creatives who’ve inspired us to dedicate The Greatest #19 to the concept of ‘future’. Discover our interviews with Bianca Saunders, [expand title="more"]Giuseppe Dave Seke, Jari Jones and many more on The Greatest #19 – The Future Issue![/expand]

"New Aesthetic approaches type design as an opportunity to create art: looking at type design with a benevolence to experiments and processes, and finding potential in the unusual, that might point us into a new future of practicing visual communication."[expand title="more"]The Editors Contributors: 3,Quatorze, Alex Ortiga, Alexander Raffl, Alexandre Bassi, Alff Rosine, Antoine Brun, Antonio D’Elisiis, Ariel Martín Pérez, Arthur Schwarz, Awista Montagne, Baptiste Bernazeau, Bayonet Services, Bedow Design, Bouk RA, Brando Corradini, Carolina Festa, Charlotte Rohde, Christos Georgatos, Ciarán Brandin, Colin Doerffler, Daan Rietbergen, Daniel Hermes, Daniel Stuhlpfarrer, Daniel Wenzel, Davide Melotti, Dr. Martin Lorenz, Eleonora Šljanda, Elias Hanzer, Emilie Vizcano, Emma Marichal, Eric Lish, Fabian Franz, Fabian Maier-Bode, Fabio Furlani, Fatih Hardal, Felix Sandvoß, Floriane Rousselot, Frédéric Jaman, Gianluca Ciancaglini, Giuseppe Tangaro, Gregory Page, Han Gao, Hugo Jourdan, Ishar Hawkins, István Fazekas, Jack Halten Fahnestock, Jacob Jan Wise, Jake Dalton, János Hunor Vári, Javier Unknos, Jimmy Auger, Jules Durand, Kazuhiro Aihara, Killian Maguet, Laura Csocsán, Leah Maldonado, Lena Karoline Weber, Lennart Van den Bossche, Leonhard Laupichler, Lorenza Liguori, Lucas Hesse, Lukas Haider, Mads-Emil Luplau, Malte Schwenker, Mārcis Lapiņš, Margot Lévêque, Mason Peterson, Massimiliano Audretsch, Mateo Broillet, Mathias Robert, Matteo Bettini, Mickaël Emile, Morgane VanTorre, Nadine Wetzel, Nicolas Terzian, Panama Papers Office, Paola Bombelli, Paul Bergès, Paul Schmidt, Pauline Le Pape, Pauline Sesniac, Péter Polacsek, Peter Roeleveld, Raphaël De La Morinerie, Rémi Volclair, Robert Gutmann, Robert Radziejewski, Robin Guillemin, Samuel Glen Hughes, Sascha Bente, Scott Vander Zee, Sophia Brinkgerd, Sophia Krasomil, Stefan Mader, Stefanie Vogl, TwoPoints.Net, Victor Gérard, Victor Pesotsky, Viktor Zumegen, Virgile Flores, Vivien Hoffmann, Vrints Kolsteren, Zoé Abravanel.[/expand]

Der Räuber Hotzenplotz ist wieder da! Und versetzt Kasperl, Seppel, Großmutter und Wachtmeister Dimpfelmoser in helle Aufregung. Zwar will er seinen Räuberhut an den Nagel hängen, aber auch ein ehemaliger Räuber muss schließlich von etwas leben ...

Kasperl, Seppel und der Oberwachtmeister Dimpfelmoser sind bestürzt: Räuber Hotzenplotz ist es gelungen, aus dem Spritzenhaus zu entfliehen! Zu allem Unglück hat er auch noch die Großmutter entführt und verlangt jetzt Lösegeld. Was sollen sie nur tun? Hoffentlich hat Frau Schlotterbeck, die Hellseherin, einen guten Rat für sie. Wird es ihnen gelingen die Großmutter zu retten und den Räuber Hotzenplotz wieder hinter Schloss und Riegel zu bringen?

Kasperl und sein Freund Seppel machen sich auf, den wilden Räuber Hotzenplotz zu fangen, der Großmutters Kaffeemühle gestohlen hat. Unglücklicherweise geraten sie dabei in die Hände des Räubers Hotzenplotz und des bösen Zauberers Petrosilius Zwackelmann, denn so einfach lassen Räuber sich nicht fangen. Werden es die beiden Freunde schaffen sich aus ihrer Gefangenschaft zu befreien?

The Film Desk is proud to release its fourth publication: an in-depth interview with film director, poet, critic, and political activist Pier Paolo Pasolini, conducted in New York in 1969. In that year, Pasolini visited the city for the second time (his previous visit had been in 1966 for the New York Film Festival) and was interviewed by Guiseppe Cardillo, the longtime director of Instituto Italiano di Cultura of New York, for a wide ranging conversation in which he discusses his childhood, his move to Rome, religion, Jean-Luc Godard, Marxism and the sequence shot. The recording of this interview was completely unavailable to the public until it was recently discovered and rescued by Luigi Fontanella, a poet, novelist, Pasolini scholar and professor at SUNY Stony Brook. This book presents this historic interview in full, in a new translation from the Italian by Michael Palma, and with an extensive introduction by Luigi Fontanella.

Lunch with the Financial Times has been a permanent fixture in the Financial Times for almost 25 years, featuring presidents, film stars, musical icons and business leaders from around the world. The column is now as well-established institution which has reinvigorated the art of conversation in the convivial, intimate environment of a long boozy lunch.[expand title="more"]On its 25th anniversary, Lunch with the Financial Times 2 will showcase the most entertaining, incisive and fascinating interviews from the past five years including those with Edward Snowden, Bernie Ecclestone, Hilary Mantel, Sheryl Sandberg, Richard Branson, Rebecca Solnit, Emmerson Mnangagwa, Jordan Peterson, Nigel Farage, Woody Harrelson, Sepp Blatter, (pre-election) Donald Trump and Zoella, illustrated in full colour with James Ferguson's famous portraits.[/expand]