Daikanyama is a fashionable town which attracts young people. There are many stylish cafes. Coconara, a cafe & dining, is the place where they can enjoy art while they are eating and drinking. In the shop, there are tables which various artists have decorated. Artworks of the featured artist are displayed on the walls. You can see my work in this photograph.
Need some socks? Need some pants? Bacon wrapped hot dogs? Remote control helicopter? A rabbit? Look no further than the Fashion District, L.A.'s version of a Turkish Bazaar. I keep my studio here, too.
I almost didn't include this purely for ubiquitous nature of the photo, just see the image results when googling Hong Kong and you'll know what I mean. However I can't deny the beauty of this view from one of many tourist destinations, The Peak, which visitors will ride a 1930s wooden tram for 15 minutes just to take this photo. I also like it for it's architectural aesthetic. I think it's only when you view Hong Kong's cityscape like this, that you realise the density of the buildings, something you might not realise at ground level.
Probably the cosiest place in town! Warm 'Berlin style' wallpapered living room build around a half circle bar. They host poetry, bingo & acoustic evenings in the front room, and great film, concerts and dress up parties in the hidden mezzanine back room.
The best underground shows you will find will have free pbr and models as far as the eye can see. They are rarely announced, so keep your eyes out for promising openings, especially with Milk Underground coming up.
Built in 1880, Denver's City Park is over 300 acres of trails. paths, ponds, and lakes, and is also home to the Denver Zoo, and the Museum of Nature and Science. It's a great place to play a game of soccer/football, go for a run with the City Park Running Club, go for a morning walk, or enjoy jazz Sundays in the summer. Modeled after English pastoral gardens and Central Park, City Park has winding paths, wide open spaces and great views of downtown and the Colorado Rocky Mountains.
This is the place where I ate my first burger just 2 hours after I arrived in 'tha hood' I loved the place immediately because of the supersweet employees. And the fact that they have al this vintage machines in the place: like an old COKE machine and a cigarette machine as well as a jukebox from the sixties. The fact that they serve ALL DAY LONG BREAKFAST really made me happy, probably because I lived in Berlin before I moved here and there people are endlessly chilling and having breakfast the whole day long anyway! On wednesdays Wally organizes film evenings with funny nineties classics and on thursday evening you can eat a 5 dollar burger menu. While eating your inexpensive burger think of Wall.E.
Only a 40-minute subway ride from my apartment and a world unto itself, Coney Island is always a new experience and like seaside weather, it’s always different. I stumbled upon this kite festival one grey fall afternoon. Other visits have yielded dance parties on the boardwalk, roller coaster rides, shandies in plastic cups on the beach, a trip to "Little Odessa", and a myriad of interesting characters and experiences.
Fashion designer Emilie Grubert graduated with a 1st class honors Bachelor Degree in Fashion Design Women's Wear from Central Saint Martins in london 2008. She lives and work in Nørrebro, Copenhagen, Denmark.
Born in a small city in Finland, Riikka now lives and works as an illustrator in Berlin, Germany, where she also earned her Masters in Illustration at the Berlin University of Arts. She has worked for clients including ZEIT Campus, Der Spiegel, Plansponsor, Handelsblatt, Psychologie Heute, Hohe Luft, Daily Telegraph and Nido.
Zara Arshad was born and raised in the UK, but has also lived in Syria and Indonesia. She now resides in China as a graduate of the BA (Hons) Design course, Goldsmiths College. Strongly influenced by Bruce Mau, Troika and Graffiti Research Lab, she continually promotes internationalism and the potential of design to solve social and political issues.
As well as practicing as a freelance, multi-disciplinary designer, Zara currently works on the Organising Committee for Beijing Design Week 2011 and writes for Design China.
Born close to the Atlantic ocean, now based in Strasbourg, France. I like to draw on skin or paper mainly bodies, faces, plants, statues and stones with hard lines and minimal shapes.I work mainly for press, small press and on personal projects.
Find my work in progress on instagram.com/amina_bouajila ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
Swedish/Venezuelan photographer based in Stockholm. She divides her time between editorial/commercial work and portrait photography. Her early devotion for unconventional beauty and capturing the more authentic characteristics in her subjects has shaped Patricia Reyes’s aesthetic.
Michael is a designer who has worked in New York since 2000. After leaving behind the bayous of Louisiana for NYC he received a masters degree in architecture from Columbia University. After school he began teaching and started SOFTlab, a design studio that is a unique blend of designers, artists, architects and educators who approach every project from a fresh perspective to create rich spatial, graphic, interactive and visual experiences.
By mixing research, creativity and technology with a strong desire to make working fun, SOFTlab attempts to create new and unique experiences.
Emil Kozak is from a small town in Denmark, and was inspired to take on graphic design as a result of his life long passion for skateboarding. He began at an early age to develop his skills, inspired by skateboard-art and album covers. Growing up in Denmark, the long tradition of scandinavian functional minimalism, is inevitable and the result today is a unique artist with brilliant ideas running a studio, a clothing/surfing brand and exhibiting in art-galleries all over the world.
He is motivated by a simple goal that resonates throughout his work: ”I hope that my work can remind us that imagination can defy gravity and bend time. It is our own responsibility to enjoy every second of the day. Nobody else can do that for us. Have fun, do what you love, love what you do. We might get thrown off this spinning ball of iron and mantle tomorrow.”
He currently lives and works in Barcelona.
Hi! I'm a freelance illustrator from Lincolnshire. Growing up in the countryside gave me a lot of opportunity to explore, fantasize and most of all draw! When illustrating I think about the story I can tell to make the subject come alive. I love illustrating anything conceptual, (particularly editorial), packaging, greetings cards but overall I love drawing!! 💖🌞😻♌💞