Born in Italy in 1989 Giacomo Felace is an Italian Art Director & Creative Strategist. He specialises in art direction, branding and visual identity developing creative and strategic work for commercial brands and cultural institutions.
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I’ve been digging in some friends archives for musical gems. To celebrate, they have also sent me their answers to my Q+A. Let the light in and find peace in your day.
Federico Naccari
This playlist brings you into a journey from planet Earth to a far, far away blackhole. We start the playlist by asking ourselves "What else is there?” We are humans, and as humans we've been driven by curiosity since the beginning of time, wandering souls looking for answers, will we find one this time? Or we'll end up asking ourselves "Has it come to this?" Press play on his mix and take in his Q+A.   
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Q: Tell me three things you are obsessed with right now and why. Film, documentary, music, DJ mix, book, blog, recipe, drink. Whatever you want to share with the world.
A: 1. Dark, Netflix serie. I've watched it two times already, and if work will allow it, I’ll even give it another shot. That is so good and twisted on so many levels that you can't get enough of it. Binge watch it as soon as you guys can.
2. Sushi. I am making my own now, like...a lot. There is no better feeling than eating "rich" food for like 8 times less the price compared to its average price at the restaurant. Seriously.
3. I am sleeping completely naked...mostly because I suddenly find underwear funny looking and quite uncomfortable when I just have them on without pants or whatever.

Q: Who has inspired you recently?
A: Singer Novo Amor, souls on another level and Luca Pretolesi, italian mixing and mastering engineer based in Las Vegas. He opened my mind on some very technical stuff I was actually stuck with.

Q: What is the color of money?
A: 50 shades of Grey.


Federico Naccari
Audio Engineer & Producer
London, UK / Udine, Italy

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