Located less than one mile from my home in downtown, this is the best cafe in the area. It is nestled in a corridor between two buildings on a brick path with beautiful outside seating — quite the hideaway. They have the best prosciutto sandwich and the coffee is delicious.
I think many people have a biased opinion that Kansas is all flat and yellow. Eastern Kansas is actually really lush and green. Riverfront Park sits alongside the Kansas River and the trails cut right through the trees. It's a good spot to be in nature and find critters and animal parts, all important to my work. Plus my dog loves to run around and get in the water.
It’s only about ten meters above sea level, but for some reason it feels like you can see everything from the top of this hill. The 360 degree view spans from the city all the way across the bay and over the tree tops of the streets behind. I come up here to clear my mind and just to relax. Sunsets from here are amazing.
Although off the beaten track from the large national galleries, 198 is no less an important part of London’s artistic heritage. Developed during the social unrest in the Brixton area in the 1980s, 198 has grown from a community arts space into an exciting contemporary visual arts body that is often the first place to see the next rising star of the London art scene.
Museum Floriano Peixoto - was ones the Maceió cityhall, now works as a museum with a nice and pretty unkown amount of art pieces by early XX artists from Alagoas, filled with historical furniture and oppulent spaces.
I always feel I'm in a bar in European city when I come here, its cavernous but comforting at the same time. The pub is located right by London Road Station and is one of the few places I've found in Brighton that serves Murphys Irish stout and great cheesy chips.
I've always been inspired by old industrial buildings like factories, but unfortunately such buildings have become rather rare in the Netherlands. At the moment you can still find some of the remains of the old harbour of Amsterdam called the ‘NDSM werf’ on the other side of the river ‘IJ,’ but this area seems to be in transition as well. For the time being the NDSM werf is a creative place where a lot of activities are taking place. The best part for me is the 'Y-helling' to enjoy the (modest) skyline of Amsterdam and to write graffiti.
Emma Kisiel is a photography artist and founder/editor of the online artist index, Muybridge's Horse. In her work, Kisiel explores the human experience of animals and nature and documents her physical closeness to animals, both living and dead.
She is currently enjoying a quiet life exploring eastern Kansas and preparing to begin graduate school.
Mattia Casalegno is an installation artist and live media performer exploring issues of perception, intimacy and synaestetic performativity. His work, ranging from (a)sensorial devices, interactive environments, audiovisual live sets and public installations, is been extensively exhibited around the world.
He's represented by the belgian Cimatics agency and writes regularly about art and digital technologies on the online magazine Digicult.
Daniel David Kent is an Art Director & Graphic Designer originally from Northern Illinois. Previously from Lancaster, Pennsylvania, he now lives in Philadelphia. Daniel works on projects associated with the arts, fashion, publishing, cultural institutions, and activism.
Daniel also runs Ceremonious People, a sporadic publishing project, since 2010.
Many of the publications involve collaborations with writers, photographers, and illustrators.
The publications are made by hand in small editions.
Currently ACD @ Urban Outfitters
On a hazy morning is a unique photography team with a fresh and playful eye for capturing the things we all love. Husband and wife team Andres and Joyce specialize in both commercial and editorial storytelling.
Eternally curious, and with a passion for sustainability and green projects, they scour the globe seeking authentic moments and characters to create rich photographic narratives in a cinematic style, with magical light and lots of detail.
When home in canal-side Amsterdam, they enjoy nature walks, home-made vegan pizzas, Twin Peaks, their cats and the fine, fine eye candy films of Wes Anderson.
Malte is a Berlin and New York based freelance Design Director. He has been working for over a decade for clients like Nike, Beats, Audi, Adidas, Google, Facebook and The North Face reinventing their visual languages.
Malte has created visual systems, built digital products and led global campaigns for studios and agencies such as SidLee, R/GA, Razorfish, Method, B-Reel, Meta Design and Firstborn.
Angela Santana is a Swiss artist based in New York City. Santana creates large scale oil paintings based on the vast amount of illicit imagery online. She combines digital painting techniques with classical oil painting.