Are you a true traveller? Do remind yourself that while taking your coffee every morning. Even if you can’t travel at the moment, if you are stuck at home or at a job you don’t really enjoy, don’t forget that you can always be a true traveller at heart!
“Waste no fresh tears over old griefs”. We can all agree that this is a wise thing to do. It’s passed, let it go my friend, life is here and now and is not waiting! Euripides was a theater writer who lived in classical Athens, around 460 BC. With Aeschylus and Sophocles, he is one of the three ancient Greek tragedians whose plays have survived in full.
They look shy but here is their story: they will meet by a Greek beach on an early August morning. They will swim side by side for an hour, while secretly smiling at each other. Their matching umbrellas, the one next to the other. Their strawberry milkshakes. Then, their afternoon kiss will seal a long love story. Enjoy your espresso with the company of these two sweet summer lovers by a Future Perfect.
Aesop was an Ancient Greek storyteller. Various popular tales, usually with animals, and always with a moral in the end are credited to him. We Design, printed on these fine espresso sets scenes from his fables.
“I was here!” you will point out the country you just visited on this three-dimensional globe. Precious, with tactile quality and texture, this beauty comes as two-dimensional and you get to make it a globe! The designer writes: “Here is the world as it should be: as delicate as a poem, both simple and sophisticated, transparent to the point where we can always read our traces on it”.
The kafenio in Greece, the traditional cafe, is the place to be. A meetup for locals, it’s worth stopping by for a coffee or an ouzo and a meze. Enjoy your tea or coffee anywhere in the world while travelling in your mind to the Greek islands!