Visit Fornasetti's virtual atelier and visit each floor to get an inside look at the making of their beautiful products. Piero Fornasetti (1913-1988) was an Italian painter, sculpture, interior decorator, and engraver. He is best known for creating more than 11,000 items, many featuring the face of a woman, operatic soprano Lina Cavalleri, as a motif. Today his son, Barnaba Fornasetti continues to design and produce in his father's name.
Buenos Aires has a long tradition of street art and as you may have guest social movements and political concerns are common themes. But the Buenos Aries people’s love of Tango is also a beloved them for street art. Read more in the article Buenos Aires’ Museum of the Streets.
"A brand isn't what we say anymore, it's what customers tell each other it is." —Scott Cook, co-founder of Intuit
Museum Hack specializes in tours "for people who don't like museums." And in the process they are converting non museum goers into life long fans. In a recent blog post they share how they helped the National Czech & Slovak Museum & Library use activities to engage visitors. Visit their website to get inspired to engage in new ways with your audiences. Or view their "sizzle reel" to see them at work.