This is my favourite brasserie. Very close to my school, I often have lunch there. Every dish is delicious (no surprise there!) and service very nice. A great place for some traditional French cooking!
Rudy's Pastry Shop is a little place my boyfriend and I like to go to on Sunday mornings. The place is super small and cozy and full of all the sweetest treats you can find. They have such a large selection of pastries and the coffee is just as delicious. The location is cute as well and a nice place to stroll afterward. There is a cute record store right around the corner.
The tunnels are a Crane.tv favourite. We have used the space as a backdrop for several films including a music session with The Civil Wars. The tunnels have a great story behind them and feature one of the only legal graffiti walls in London on their Leake Street side which was championed by Banksy back in 2008.
The owners of the very popular and charming cafe Liebling are these days opening a second place around the corner. It´s named after a popular children's song, Kanskje kommer kongen ( Maybe the king will come). Lovely as they are, they want to unite the city's young population with the elderly by running a cafe inside a retirement home. What´s not to like, I think the king should come!
Almost 400 years later, as soon there is ice, people are still ice skating on the Hofvijver. It’s the most beautiful spot in Den Haag to practice this typical Dutch sport (some say it is not even a sport, but an important part of Dutch culture). Next to the Hofvijver are the Dutch parliament buildings, and the Mauritshuis (with some nice paintings)
No matter where I am in the world, which city I’m living in, my bedroom will always be my favourite place and there’s nothing more I enjoy than to just sit down in front of my computer, scan negatives in, smoke a ridiculous amount of cigarettes and drink excessive amounts of tea.
This is the one of the largest monuments to Montreal's Catholic history. This photo is of my favourite spot in the oratory; a little green chapel filled with crutches from people who came to the oratory on pilgrimage.
Jiaqing Mo is a Chinese artist based on London, her work centres film, installation, performance to create immersive theatrical installations with video. The theme is about relationship, time, endless, instability...She try to the relationship between objects and human life by using strange human action or human-made objects.
Liza Sylvestre was born in South Minneapolis, Minnesota. Her summers were spent climbing trees and her winters were full of snow and many layers of sweaters and jackets. Sylvestre's early life and adolescence was defined by a significant and progressive hearing loss. Communication became increasingly dependent on small details that she became sensitive to. This simple physical fact created a very distinct lens through which she processed the world, and continues to process the world.
She moved to Miami in 2006 where she shares a home studio with artist Luis Diaz. Her paintings and drawings grow out of simple things: single marks, a gesture hinted at with an overlapping of color. They require both spontaneity and control and a belief that beauty hangs somewhere in the balance between those poles. Sylvestre also runs the blog Hardrainlight.
Carolina Nino is a graphic artist known for her eclectic, abstract design style.
She uses various digital techniques to create pieces with strong visual impact.
Her projects have included many commissions for alternative electronic music events and record labels.
Having worked closely with peers within the electronic music scene, she has become recognised for her surrealist and dynamic compositions.
Born in 1976 in Düsseldorf, grown up in Wolfenbüttel, since more or less 20 years in Berlin now. Came from Skateboarding to architecture, from architecture to illustration. Architecture is one of the major influences in his art and illustrations. Passioned Vinyl collector and and DJ playing old record from around the world.
Illustrator currently based in Prague. Her latest work 2018 Cats I Know calendar is available at her online shop and several shops in Paris, Helsinki, Prague and Oslo. More info at http://catsiknow.tictail.com/product/2018-cats-i-know-calendar