An independent award winning magazine about food stuff & human stuff. Printed on paper made from food waste. Made in Italy. In Italian and English language.
"Fingerprints are the trace left by the dermatoglyphs present on the fingertips of the hands, that is the set of crests and skin furrows that take different shapes in each of us. They have the characteristic of being individual, unique and unchanging over time: they are formed in the fetus at the eighth month
of pregnancy and will no longer change throughout life. That's why they are used as a sign of personal recognition. Interesting, don't you think? Sometimes we don't realize how important and information-rich our tracks can be. So we decided to talk about footprints,
of bacteria, of hands that imprint flavors and personalities in what they do. Let's talk about style and uniqueness.
The photo you see on the next page is a work by the artist Matteo Lucca. He makes sculptures made of bread and bakes them in ceramic molds. In this work he asks himself how a gesture can become nourishment. As from a gesture of the hand, the encounter with the other is born and in how many ways our hands can meet. We asked ourselves too. In this issue we also talk
of meeting and dating, which are always our favorite stories."