intOndo Magazine

Digital art works, NFT and cryptocurrency explained in 5 points

Cryptocurrency, digital coins, NFT, today it is almost impossible to avoid talking about the digital art market. There is growing interest in un-material creations, not only works of art, but also digital design projects, and the market for these assets seems to be going crazy. But what are the rules and what are the opportunities?

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Venini's first 100 years in Murano

This year the historic Venini factory, one of Murano's historic furnaces, reached an important milestone: a century of life. Let's rediscover together some steps of this long history.

The sacred places of vintage: the Cranbrook Academy

At its peak between the 30s and 50s, this creative community was an important reference point for global architecture and furniture. Here, the destinies of great American designers were intertwined, writing a decisive chapter in the history of design.

Gaetano Pesce and architecture

His language stands between art and reality, Gaetano Pesce is among the greatest interpreters of today's design. Yet it is in his architectural projects that we can see the best expression of his imagination: hoses turned into portraits, sculptures, and many other forms. Discover with us his eclectic projects.

Terence Conran, the taste-maker

With his essential furnishings, a must of vintage collecting, he contributed to transforming the experience of selling and buying design products. Let's find out who designer Terence Conran was, one of the most impactful figures on 20th century and contemporary design. Don't miss his tips!

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Artists and their signature pieces

Vintage design rhymes with interdisciplinarity: a dip into the past to discover furniture, designers and companies that have built important partnerships and successful productions through the relationship between visual arts and design.

Handmade vintage: the awakening of ceramics

Italy boasts a large number of artisan areas that have handed down the millennial tradition of ceramics. On intOndo you can find ceramic artifacts made by small and large producers of the 20th century, which gave life to unique objects steeped in history. Here is a brief account of two Italian factories whose pieces are much sought-after among pottery lovers and vintage scouters.

Giorgio and Isa de Chirico's house - museum, Rome

"They say that Rome is the center of the world and that Piazza di Spagna is the center of Rome. Thus my wife and I are living at the center of the center of the world, a paradox in terms of centrality and a height in terms of anti-excentricity." Thus Giorgio de Chirico (Athens 1888 - Rome 1978) wrote in his memoirs in 1945. Let's discover this elegant house at the epicenter of the world.

Casino's decor

Mirrored walls, colored marble tops, and felted carpets characterize the look of some of the most famous casinos in the world. But what is behind the creation of these luxurious environments, where time stands still to make way for elegance, audacity, and excess? Let's find it out together.

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Vito Giallo, Andy Warhol's antique dealer

Have you ever visited New York with Andy Warhol? It seems impossible, but you can do it simply by reading Thomas Kiedrowski's book Andy Warhol's New York. What we enjoyed the most is discovering the artist's passion for vintage and antique furniture and getting to know his favorite supplier, Vito Giallo, who also created the book’s illustrations.

At home with David Bowie

An integral part of his private life, collecting was for David Bowie's not a conceptual process nor a scientific activity. As in his music, an emotional state would guide him through the selection of works of art and design pieces for his private collection.

Henry Van de Velde

He was the man who transitioned design from Art Nouveau to Modernism and yet his name is often forgotten. That's because more than an innovator, Henry Van de Velde (1863 - 1957) was a forerunner of his time. Let's then trace the history of his creations, which were the hinge between the aesthetic independence of the 19th century and the industrial synthesis of the 20th century.