Ubik is half cafeteria and half bookstore. It’s a very cozy place, perfect for gathering around with friends, having an artisan beer or read one of the books from it’s shelves. Ubik is a multicultural point where gastronomy, literature, expositions and sometimes live music get thogether. It’s cheap and in it’s menu you’ll always find fresh products brought to you straight form the Ruzafa market.
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The Magic Castle is a nightclub for magicians and magic enthusiasts, as well as the clubhouse for the Academy of Magical Arts. It bills itself as "the most unusual private club in the world." A typical evening features several close up magic and stage illusions. Formal dress is strictly enforced and you must either be a member or be invited by a magician. The lobby of the Castle has no visible doors to the interior, and visitors must say a secret phrase to a sculpture of an owl to gain access, exposing the entrance to the club. What I enjoy most is walking through the corridors and staring at the posters and photographs of the history of magic.
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Really cool & nice Oyster Bar. Yes, Enjoy best Oysters without the posh flair.
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I like the round bar, it opens up to conversations with new people. If your alone you can talk with the nice girl in the bar.
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This place is right beside where i live. It's a really nice mixed space with art gallery and café, perfect for a drink with friends and also to enjoy their very well selected exhibitions.
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Summertime in Bushwick, means the locals will be barbecuing on the sidewalk, and playing in the hydrants. It's the perfect time to grab some shorts, and run down the street. If the one outside Mckibben isnt going off, one of the other 15 hydrants in the neighborhood will be.
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Posted by Nika Kupyrova
An off-space in a more classical sense, Ada is an eclectic merge of a crumbling Viennese apartment and technology-enthusiastic DIY. Among witty interventions and mismatched wallpapers it offers a relaxed, but solid program focused on media art.
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This is my favourite venue in Dublin, it is the right size, the sound is great, the atmosphere is genuine and the location is perfect… There are concerts every single night and they always have a good selection of both national and international acts. I have seen unknown bands and some of my very favourite bands on the stage and I take great pleasure from seeing larger acts still playing in small venues like Whelans.
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I could include a separate location for every room at the Met. Each visit is a year's worth of Art-absorbing.
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the best french bakery in town, owned by a very cute french family
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Taking a little sun and walking around Paul Linke Ufer is always a good way to spend the afternoon and recharge batteries.
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Posted by Howie Tsui
Artengine is a local arts group that produces technologically based presentations. As part of their Electric Fields program, I recently attended Swim Sound – a sound performance at a municipal pool. A percussionist played on a floating platform, while a knob twiddler tweaked and tweezed the inputs coming from drum mics and a couple underwater mics. Too fun with an encore performance possibly happening in the spring!
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I am Emir Šehanović, a visual artist from Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Making collages and painting huge murals makes me really happy. I enjoy making art of things I find in my environment - virtual or real. I try to be happy every day.
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I am half Spanish, half English, and I lived in Iceland for five months. I don't like soggy bread and I really love roast dinners and tea. By day I try to be a creative copywriter, visual poet and voice over artist but most of the time it's just me juggling my life around. When I was little, I was told not to talk to strangers but now It has become my favorite hobby.
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Carla Borel is a London based portrait and fine art photographer. Her personal work addresses themes of transience, identity, community, isolation and loneliness. Her Stillsoho series has been described by Town magazine 'as one of the most iconic portrayals of London in recent years.' Born in Paris, raised in Las Vegas and a Hampshire village, she was formerly a croupier in Mayfair casinos; a bar tender at the French House in Soho; production assistant to legendary advertising photographer John Claridge; a gallery girl in London’s art world, working with influential curator Emma Dexter; and assistant to Beat Generation expert, Barry Miles. Her work has been published in AnOther Man, Harper's Bazaar, German Vogue, L'Uomo Vogue, Port, Town, Elephant, the Daily Telegraph and the Guardian. She recently had a solo exhibition of male portraits, Homme Libre, in London, was in the London Calling Photocopy Club exhibition and was included in Conceal/Reveal at Photo Oxford. 
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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.
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Illustrator based in Lisbon, Portugal
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I was born and raised in Spain. I moved to Berlin some months ago and this city got a hold of my soul. I am trying to find my own path in life, wishing that Photography can be my thing. I think I am lost in many ways, but when I have a camera in my hands I feel good.
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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!! 💖🌞😻♌💞
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Nomad illustrator by day and lindy hopper by night
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Still life Photographer
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With a background in textiles and sculpture, through her MA at Royal college of art. Jing has created objects and performances to challenge the unsaid rules and invite her audiences to reflect on alienation. Jing shall continue exploring such themes with her multidisciplinary approach.
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Claudia’s work is based on her personal experience as a heterosexual woman in modern world dating, and her view on female sexuality along with humour and sarcasm. Behind her colourful cartoon-based images, there is always a simple message or a lighthearted joke. The caption is a very important element to the imagery because she believes a piece of good work is not only visually interesting, but it also needs to serve a purpose.
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Sofía is an artist and graphic designer. She was born in Argentina, studied at RISD, and is currently living in London.
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Mimi Cave is a Director based in California. She was born and raised outside of Chicago, and has a background comprised of dance, film, theater, music and yoga.
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Charlotte Strick is a principal at the multidisciplinary graphic design firm, Strick&Williams, founded in 2014 with her longtime friend and colleague, Claire Williams Martinez. The studio collaborates with cultural institutions and clients in the arts, publishing, education, non-profits and everything in-between. For 14 years prior, Strick was a designer turned art director at Farrar, Straus & Giroux, where she designed book covers for much-loved authors like Jonathan Franzen, Roberto Bolaño, and Lydia Davis. Her work has been featured in the AIGA 50 Books / 50 Covers show, the TDC Annual Exhibition, Print Magazine, and in many books about cover design. The proud owner of a coveted Silver Cube from The Art Directors Club, Charlotte is also Art Editor of the distinguished literary magazine, "The Paris Review". Her writings on art and design have been published by "The Paris Review", "The Atlantic", and "The Huffington Post". A graduate of Parsons School of Design, Charlotte lives with her husband and their twin boys in Brooklyn, New York.
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Artist / Wanderer / Mum
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