“The Lies in Your Grocery Store” written by Sarah Larson for The New Yorker takes us on a journey through the world of food labeling. Sarah Larson introduces us to Spencer Sheehan, a legal daredevil the food industry fears.
Olimpia Zagnoli, a gifted artist hailing from Milan, captures this essence in her new cover art for The New Yorker’s August 28, 2023 issue. Olimpia Zagnoli takes us on a journey to encapsulate the August ambiance through her artwork titled “Cocomero.”
Architect Michael Wyetzner from Michielli + Wyetzner Architects is back on Architectural Digest delving into the historical development of American diner.