TEPCO is Tokyo's Electricity company. You can see a big 'T' on the building. TEPCO has been making our city really bright. And also TEPCO is going to make our future bright with great nuclear power plants.
Lost Eras has easily become one of my favorite shops to explore; hidden just outside of Chicago, it stretches far and narrow, crowded with lost treasures. Walking through it, it's hard not to begin imagining the stories of the objects that turn up in its walls, and the people that once held them. Not to mention the building itself is a piece of history, as in the 1920's it was home of the night club the "Club Detour" which had many artists play in it's halls such as Louis Armstrong, Count Basey and Ella Fitzgerald.
There are three branches of this South Indian Vegetarian Restaurants across London, two in the West End. They all look pretty unremarkable from the outside, the décor is pretty basic, but don't be fooled - the food is wonderful! It's incredibly cheap and the friendly staff cater for vegans and people with food intolerances really well.
This is one of my favorite bars in Manhattan. It has a courtyard in the middle and they only serve a large selection of Belgian beer. It's always dark with red lights so it's like a giant darkroom with everyone developing hangovers instead of film. The courtyard creates a front bar that is open on the weekends, so if you get cornered talking about architecture you can escape over to the front bar and watch people walk down 4th street.
Yokato Yokabai font probablement les meilleurs ramens que j'ai goûté à Montréal depuis que j'en ai mangé au Japon. Attention de ne pas confondre ce resto avec leur autre restaurant, Ichigo Ichie, accessible à la même adresse. Ichigo Ichie est un Izakaya mais ils ne servent pas les ramens. Aussi, si vous souhaitez manger les ramens, vous ne pouvez pas réserver. C'est premier arrivé, premier servi.
(Désolé, cette photo n'est pas la mienne; je n'ai pas l'habitude de photographier ce que je mange. Prise sur le site des Pages Jaunes.)
A walled secret garden, the Physic Garden is like a time capsule, founded in 1673 to allow apprentices of the Worshipful Society of Apothecaries of London to study the healing properties of plants, it is now a living museum. Tours are offered by volunteers with immense knowledge of botany and the cultural history of the garden or visitors can wander the grounds alone and spot odd and fascinating plants such as the mystical Mandrake.
Benjamin Critton is an American designer, art director, typographer, publisher, writer, editor and curator. He lives in Brooklyn, New York, where he makes graphic design from a studio in a neighborhood called Greenpoint. Before moving to New York, he attended the Yale School of Art. Before that, he went to Hamilton College.
Before that, he went to William H. Hall High School. Before that, he went to King Philip Middle School. Before that, he went to Morley Elementary School. Before that, he went to Knight Hall Nursery School.
Graphic designer who mainly works on print-based materials, mostly brand identity, book, leaflet, poster, vinyl etc.
People might recognize me by the name "Super Salad" because I made an independent publishing studio SUPERSALADSTUFF to keep working on self-initiated projects. And I've been making and introducing books every year at art book fairs, distributing free papers via SUPERSALADSTUFF.
I am a Vienna based Art Directrice with a focus on capturing and designing authentic brand stories. I am also the founder of my own independent magazine about culture and travel, which reflects my natural intuition for visual communication.
Art Director & Designer based in Auckland, New Zealand. Nicole is currently at Karen Walker International heading the Graphic & Print design department. Before doing so, Nicole worked in the Television industry working on local TV shows, as well as working as a motion graphic designer for MTV / Nickelodeon.
JinSik Kim is a designer who opened Studio JINSIK KIM from 2013 in Seoul, a multiple design studio based on design, sculpture and art direction, after graduating from a Master course at ECAL. I have successfully proceeded collaboration projects with internationally recognized brands, such as Christofle, Baccarat, Bolon, Hermes, Nestle, Wallpaper* magazine, FRAME magazine and Gallery Seomi. Moreover, My works were exhibited in different fairs like Wallpaper* Handmade, Design Miami/, Salone del Mobile, Maison & Objet and New York Design week.
Francisco Lopez (born 1974 in Miami, Florida) is a Creative Director, Visual Artist and Filmmaker living in Brooklyn. He graduated from The School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston in 2000.
In 2004 Monica Brand and Francisco Lopez founded the multidisciplinary Creative studio “Mogollon” in New York City. Together they have created work for both art and commerce experimenting with virtually every media. Mogollon’s art films and work have been exhibited at PS1MoMA, Centre Pompidou in Paris, Diesel Art Gallery in Tokyo and The Drawing Center in New York.
Before graduating from Camberwell College of Art in 2009, Thom Stoodley has been working as a Graphic Designer for FreshBritain. With an interest in photography, architecture and fashion his work is varied but is always seeking inspiration from his surroundings.