Virginia Elena Patrone

Bellezza: in atto una rivoluzione del canone estetico?

*Un articolo in precedenza uscito su Cosebelle Magazine*   Seppure il concetto di bellezza femminile associato al canone

MAY’S EDITORIAL – Broaden the spectrum of the discussions on the environment

Aldo Leopold, one of the early contributors of the environmental philosophy branch, in his essay “The Sand Country Almanac

EDITORIAL

April is a beginning. Spring, first a little shyly, is now starting to explode everywhere around me. Yesterday a friend called

Forever Extinct/ Second series – #2 The Fernandina Giant Tortoise (Chelonoidis phantasticus)

She is back! The Fernandina Giant Tortoise has been see the last time in 1906 and it was believed to be extinct untill 2017, w

Forever Extinct #9 / Second Series – The Desert Rain Frog

  This very small amphibious, Breviceo macrops – lives in the narrow strip of sandy shores between the sea and the

Forever Extinct #8 – Carolina Parakeet

The only native parrot of North America, the Carolina Parakeet (Conuropsis carolinensis) was the only species native to the ea

Forever Extinct #7 _ Chinese Pangoline

Forever Extinct #7 – Chinese Pangolin (Manis pentadactyla) The pangolin, often mistaken for a reptile, is actually a scaly-s

Forever Extinct #6 White-headed Duck

As I was doing my researches to find new endangered species for my illustration series, I came across to this beautiful duck:

Forever Extinct #5 – African Black Rhino

Forever Extinct #5 – African Black Rhino (Dicero bicornis). The African Black Rhino’s story can gives us some hope, no

Forever Extinct #3 – Ring-Tailed Lemur

An endangered species from Madagascar is our star of today’s illustration. This is a Ring Tailed Lemur (Lemur catta), an