It is the only record shop in Tbilisi. The store unites 3 main directions: record shop, a podcast and the label. I love hanging out here, the atmosphere and vibe of this place is incredible. It is a hang out place for all the DJ's and music lovers.
I appreciate this place also because after 2008 war, the country fell behind, struggling with poverty. Everything built fell apart once again. Despite this, friends and DJ’s did not abandon their passion and dedication for electronic music, they opened up a Vodkast record shop in 2015. Since then, it has become a favorite place for many people to hang out, listen to great music an buy good vinyls.
Magical place where is situated Antonio Marras and I'm Isola Marras' showrooms. Here took place often, shows and meetings about art, fashion, cinema and culture in general. Can't miss it if you pass by Milan.
Dead Horse Bay is about an hour and a half from lower Manhattan by public transit, but well worth the journey. There is so much glass on the beach that the waves make a soft tinkling sound as they roll in. It’s a scavenger’s dream, and glass isn’t the only thing you’ll find here. There are still plenty of horse bones to remind you where the place gets its name.
Chalet is one of many clubs in Berlin. It's a very interesting option if you want to know what Berlins night can be. Music is great and environment too. It 's a decadent building in the inside with curious corners...
Tarantula Hill is the home and sometimes venue of legendary experimental music duo Twig Harper and Carly Ptak. Rising from the ashes of a tragic fire in 2006 this beautifully (re)constructed performance space, library, studio, and home has once again become a vital asset in the the ever growing Baltimore music and arts scene.
This quaint shop boasts an artfully arranged and tastefully curated selection of jewelry, pottery, books and art. I have to keep myself from going there too often, because I have trouble leaving without making a purchase.
Fondazione Prada is an institution dedicated to contemporary art/ culture and is located in an former industrial complex on the southern edge of Milan.
The new and regenerated buildings are designed by OMA/ Rem Koolhaas.
A must visit is Bar Luce designed by Wes Anderson.
A short walk from Oxford Circus tube station, Kaffeine is easily one of the best coffee houses in London. Whenever I'm working in the area I pop in beforehand to kick start my day with a well-made cappuccino.
Lynnie’s style is a distinctive one, where a bold bright colour palate is used to great effect in the playful charismatic characters she creates.
The development of these characters is the driving force of her work; producing mysterious, seductive creatures and powerful femme fatales. Women are mostly the subject of her pieces which she brings to life using ink, paint and paint pens. By working spontaneously the personalities evolve naturally into striking and engaging images which both shock and amuse, but always stimulate the eye.
Maria Prieto Barea is a graphic designer and illustrator based in Vienna, Austria. Alongside her artistic and commercial work, Maria also co-owns three of Vienna’s best bars and recently started an illustrated cake blog (www.newcakesontheblock.com). When she needs a break from work and nightlife, she travels the world with a surf board.
I am a design director/graphic designer driven by the positive impact of design. With a decade of experience across the globe, I have created communications and identity systems that have transformed businesses and boosted brand potential.
I am a French Graphic Designer based in Rennes (FR). I graduated from Lyon (FR) and Ghent (BE). I have developed a sensibility for playful graphic systems and graphic universe around games in general. I like to manipulate and interact with matter whether with paper or any kind of material.
Cristian Ordóñez is a designer and photographer currently based in Toronto. Lived as a kid in Christchurch, New Zealand and Miami, Florida. He started his career more than 12 years ago in his native Santiago de Chile, where he operated H23 Studio. He arrived in Canada in 2008 to work at Blast Radius as Art Director. Today he resides at Concrete Design and does a variety of work across design, photography and artwork.