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Founded in 1988 as a publication for curious and demanding consumers, it focuses on the lifestyles and preferences of the major personalities in the world of food and wine:
- wine and producers around the world
- up-to-date insider news about typical local products and trends
- crucial Italian and international food and wine events
- traditional as well as innovative cuisine
- key restaurateurs
- Lots of new recipes using seasonal ingredients
- Tasting reviews of wine, extra-virgin olive oil and other typical products
- Advice about traveling to seek out new places and flavors
- Interviews with chefs and well-known personalities
- Addresses of the best restaurants, coffee bars and food shops
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PROJECT magazine is packed with interactive features, videos, music and all the international culture, business and design you can handle. ??Download the reader app for free, before tapping the BUY tab to download Issue 12 (or save some money and subscribe). Then feast your happy eyes on:??
Ones to watch in 2012 - Birth is famously difficult and painful. In the case of Project, it’s not that the process was without its problems, but it’s surprising how quickly the magazine sprung to life fully formed. The teething problems of infancy aside, we’re sure you’ll agree that within no time at all Project has been internationally noted as one of the most successful iPad magazines, the only one of its kind to bring the innovation to editorial that truly combines the opportunities of the technology with engaging content.
So, at that time of the year that traditionally involves reflecting on the year past and the future that lies ahead, Project has decided to do exactly that. This issue combines some of the many highlights from our first year with meaty new content facing the future. In the case of the former, it’s a great opportunity to rediscover some of our best content from 2011 or to consolidate it in a useful form, for example, a bumper compilation of our top interactive travel guides. And in the case of the latter, there’s more fresh content than ever focusing on the year ahead for music, travel, art and life. It’s also an opportunity to get a sneak preview of how we will be bringing more of our most popular editorial topics to the title in the future; the Go section covering travel, the Sounds section focusing on music, for example.
...and much, much more – all in our most exciting issue yet. PROJECT features videos, galleries, music and particle accelerators.