Santiago Caruso

Gerry Mak Reader Find

By Gerry Mak in New Illustration on Monday 4 January 2010

Drawing from art nouveau, classical mythology, and surrealism, Argentinian illustrator Santiago Caruso creates some of the most arresting images I’ve seen in a while. His illustrated version of H. P. Lovecraft’s short story The Dunwich Horror perfectly visualizes the late horror writer’s words.

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Algodon Wine Estates: create your own wine

The Urban Grocer Contributor

By The Urban Grocer in Cool Travel on Friday 25 September 2009

For those that dream of spending their days on their own vineyard somewhere, Algodon Wine Estates helps to make that fantasy real – sort of. Set in Argentina’s wine producing region of Mendoza, where the snow-capped Andes irrigate the vineyards, Algodon Wine Estates offers vintner wannabes a chance to create, tend to, visit, taste, brand, and then take home, their own barrel of Argentinean wine.

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Tenebre

Gerry Mak Reader Find

By Gerry Mak in New Film on Wednesday 5 November 2008

Dario Argento’s 1982 film Tenebre isn’t a typical Argento film. Shot in icy, pastel colors, the film remains rather subdued throughout, saving the real over-the-top craziness for the very end, which is worth waiting through the ridiculous twists and improbable plot for. The soundtrack by ex-Goblin members is also worth checking out.

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Sonotipo

Fernanda Cohen Reader Find

By Fernanda Cohen in New Music on Tuesday 6 May 2008

Sonotipo is a Buenos Aires-based band that produce a smooth combination of pop, rock and electronic music.

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Fernanda Cohen interview

Casper Johansson Reader Find

By Casper Johansson in New Illustration on Wednesday 27 June 2007

We checked in recently with New York based Argentinean illustrator, Fernanda Cohen. How’s the illustration scene in New York at the moment? ‘Over crowded, sometimes repetitive and predictable, but there are always jewels here and there. I believe most of the emerging stars in the illustration field in the past few years came out of New York, mostly SVA graduates’.

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Long distance call

Zolton Editor

By Zolton in New Illustration on Tuesday 1 May 2007

Argentinean artist Benito Laren’s illustrations roll through the mind like a restless childhood memory. They remind me of building blocks — solid, inviting and always full of potential.

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