Sali e Tabacchi Journal is an annual periodical that explores the relationship between the creative arts and typical Italian traditions, rituals and habits. Our aim is to go and tell a global audience about some of the most hidden and forgotten traditions and rituals, in order to preserve memory and contextualize it in a contemporary context.
With this second issue (Riv.01), the S&T Journal team is exploring the ethereal parameters between the spiritual and the religious, and how both coexist in a world where individualistic values no longer coincide with iconoclastic ones. In the last year, we have explored the meanders of the occult and esotericism: witchcraft, paganism, psychic abilities; our relationship with relics, talismans, objects that ooze energy that can be transmitted, transformed, transmitted; the elevation of craftsmanship and cooking to an almost religious level and much more.
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Elisa and Leonardo, founders of Sali e Tabacchi, met three years ago while Leonardo was studying at Central Saint Martins and Elisa at London College of Fashion. They decided to create Sali e Tabacchi to celebrate their country from afar, Italy, in July 2019.
Elisa is a freelance fashion, design and culture journalist and also assists brands and agencies with copywriting and content creation needs. She moved to London in September 2014 for a course at Condè Nast College of Fashion and Design and to study fashion journalism at London College of Fashion.
Leonardo is a graphic designer and art director who graduated from the Graphic Communication Design course at Central Saint Martins. After graduating he worked for various creative agencies in London and is currently working as a freelancer.
Elisa currently works as a freelancer based in Milan, while Leonardo is based between London and Umbria.