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Michelangelo's Beautifully Illustrated Grocery List From 1518

The master's Shopping list
The shopping list, which comes from the collection of the Florence museum Casa Buonarroti, is accompanied by illustrations that were most likely drawn to help guide Michelangelo's illiterate assistant while browsing the market.

It's separated into three days by horizontal lines, and includes requests such as "pani dua" (two loaves of bread), "un aria" (a herring), and "un bocal di vino" (a quart of wine). 

Inspiration for our mobile app based shopping list at AaramShop. :-). 

The need & the solution was identified long back by the great Michelangelo.

We have tried to copy the Great Master and build the functionality of the shopping list with the additional power of the mobile device. 

Our version of the modern shopping list
Try out our shopping list creation section on our app. Our app enables product selection & additions (along with pictures), sharing and co-creation amoung family members (maybe servants as well :-)) and of course auto re-ordering. 

And given the over 10000 AaramShops that help us power this app, it really means that your shopping list would be delivered to your doorstep within hours - and no servants needed (one up on the great master)

I dare say that we have created a tad more advanced than what the great master created, but alas, not as beautiful and only a few hundred years later.  :-)

Download our app for Andriod or iOS and give it a go. (currently available in India only)

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Michelangelo's Beautifully Illustrated Grocery List From 1518


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