There are libraries full of screaming children and strip lighting, and then there are libraries like The London Library. Whenever I’m there it’s hard to believe I’m not caught inside a wonderful dream, because everything about this place is so perfect as to be almost unreal.
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Is a couple of minutes walk from my apartment. It’s a little waterfall that is part of the Lysaker River, which defines the south western border of Oslo. I think it’s just as beautiful in the summer as winter. I love the fact that there are so many places in Oslo where you really feel close to nature. This place makes me feel good.
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Even if you have seen it hundreds of times it will still stop you in your tracks. A great piece of architecture and apparently the largest brick structure in Europe.
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Since I’m a graphic designer I'm obviously into books and my favourite bookstore in Amsterdam is Boekie Woekie. This small shop is located in the Nine Streets and they sell nice and special publications that are often hard to find because they are self published or published by small press publishers. If you are into graphic design you should really check it out.
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Looking for an early morning coffee on the way to work or a place to go for a couple beers on a Saturday night? The Power & The Glory is definitely the place, with a great crowd consisting of Cape Town's finest and a constant stream of good music, it's hard not to feel at home in this cozy joint.
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I grew up in Brighton which is full of cheesy bars like this. If you can handle being surrounded by multiple screens playing Kylie at full volume, its pretty much the cheapest bar in central london. The cliental is so varied its great for people watching and completely un pretentious.
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I love this place any time. The food's always so fresh!
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Super cool little pizza place in Surry Hills, amazing food with local beers and wines.
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This is the area where I always make my round if I want to see some good works in the galleries. It’s a nice neighbourhood with many galleries in a walking distance from each other.
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The AA is Britain's oldest school of architecture, but anyone can take advangte of the great work going on there. You can catch really interesting public lectures and free exhibitions throughout the year. There are also occasional installations and event launches, a bijoux cafe and brilliant bookshop. A great place to hang out with the builders of the future.
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Luhring Augustine did a good job of converting an old warehouse/storage facility into a blue chip commercial art gallery that stages four shows of contemporary art per year. Which means you can catch museum quality shows in an unlikely spot, away from all the Chelsea pomp, and it actually has friendly staff, instead of a cold gallerina sat behind a desk pretending to be on the phone.
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Signature cocktails like "concrete", with actual chalk on it, food is good and the places has a small backyard garden. Recommend to try the food, as they are small tasty plates.
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I was born in Moscow, Russia, but was always fascinated with traveling and meeting new cultures. After several years in Vienna, Austria, I decided to move to Paris, France, and study professional photography. Before making this choice I started career in history of art.  These days I work on different long-term projects, mostly concentrated on fine-art and documentary photography. Camera helps me to observe the world around and to keep in time people, beauty and happy moments. 
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I'm a London-based documentary and travel photographer, dividing my time between commercial commissions and personal projects. 
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Ylimay is an Art Director, Branding Designer & Stylist. She creates unique worlds inspired by the magic of nature & harmonious chaos.
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Photographer and filmmaker based in London.
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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.
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An upcoming trip to Lisbon has made me curious about what recommendations there may be from someone who shares the same interests as me.
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Ozlenen Ozbicerler is a graphic designer from Istanbul who currently lives and operates in Portland, Maine. She studies graphic design at Maine College of Art and works for the award-winning creative agency PULP + WIRE. Her specialty is editorial design, branding and art direction.
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British illustrator living in Japan
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Graphic Designer from Germany, living + studying in Antwerp and 1/2 of Katharina + Katharina
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Pierre-Ange Aznar is a multidisciplinary designer and entrepreneur based in Paris. He's actually in his last year degree in Art Direction. He will be this summer in Los Angeles at Sid Lee's office.
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Micaela is a Los Angeles-born London based artist known for her colorful work that straddles the fine art and commercial worlds. Her experimental work engages with portraiture, narrative, landscapes, and contemporary theory, all through a highly subversive lens. She studied her undergraduate in art and philosophy at the Université de Paris 1, Panthéon-Sorbonne, and is currently working on an MA in Contemporary Photography; Practices and Philosophies at Central Saint Martins in London.
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Swedish photographer Erika Svensson was born in 1981 in Vänge Sweden. She currently lives and works in Copenhagen.
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I’m Verena Michelitsch, an independent designer and art director from Austria by way of New York City. I specialize in conceptualizing and creating unique visual expressions, spanning graphic design, art direction, illustration, pattern, editorial, and digital design. I’ve had the pleasure to work with an array of international studios and clients, including Apple, Nasa/JPL, Facebook, Red Bull, The Smithsonian and Opening Ceremony. I work from my studio in Greenpoint, Brooklyn.
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