"Passione" - Seriously, Italians Do It Better Than Anyone Else
Download the new e-book "Passione" from Centro Stile Alfa Romeo and listen to world famous car photographer Michael Furman discuss Alfa design!
Sometimes it is unclear whether or not 'passion’ is really fully understood in the English-speaking world. At Alfa Romeo however, "Passione" is the driving force and the sole purpose (or perhaps ‘soul-purpose’ is more apt) behind Centro Stile, the internal design firm responsible for this wonderful new e-book. Published on the most ‘red’ day of the year - red roses, red boxes of candy, and small chocolate kisses wrapped in red foil - "Passione" is a tremendous Valentine to loyal Alfisti all over the world.
The book is part brand bible, part marketing brochure, and 100% pure car-porn for anyone who appreciates beautiful automotive design.
Photo by Michael Furman - 1938 Alfa Romeo 8C 2900B MM
When “Passione” was published it provided the perfect opportunity to sit down with Michael Furman, one of the world’s most celebrated automobile photographers and publishers to discuss the marque, and Italian design. From across the country and across a COVID-friendly video link we interviewed Michael in the city where he keeps his primary studio, Philadelphia.
Michael has photographed more of the world's most notable cars than anyone else in history. Watch during the interview as he pulls a design thread from "Passione" through his stunning photos of the 2018 Pebble Beach Best in Show winner
Don't miss the "Passione" chapter entitled “Red” - there are few better ways to understand Alfa Romeo's DNA. The best part about the e-book? It’s absolutely FREE! See the link below to download and be sure to check out the poll below!
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The author's 1971 Alfa Romeo Spider Veloce is featured on page 70 of "Passione" as was previously covered in the pages of DriveTribe.