24 Hour Pizza People is a bi-annual publication about the culture of pizza. Edited by Martina Liverani of Dispensa magazine and inspired by the Aloe brothers of Berberè, one of Italy’s best pizzerias. Written in both Italian and English.
Each Issue centres on a particular city. Issue 2 is the Torino.
"The objective is to tell the story of all that revolves around the culture of pizza, it’s also a guide to the city which is primarily social connection, through the intersection of relationships, people, places, images and urban legends. Each issue, published every six months, will focus on a particular Italian city. It’s not just a magazine, then, but also a young and colourful guide to discover the modern soul of our urban centres.
The title is a clear homage to the cult film 24 Hour Party People by Michael Winterbottom. As the film captures the spirit of the era, between anarchy and creativity, telling the story of the revolution of the independent label Factory Records, so, too the magazine aims to narrate the current buzz around the world of pizza: a poor dish that symbolises Italianness in the world, and is today the centre of a cultural Revolution."