Brand new cinema in the heart of Bangkok, a home for independent film makers. With Galerie Oasis, The City-Centre Art Space for Transdimensional Art located above the cinema.
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Capt. Andy's sailing adventure offer views of the Na Pali Coast, dolphins(!!!), Hawaiian history, & snorkeling, drinks and snacks that will help if you get seasick.
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Owned by Thomas Gravemaker, this letterpress studio is something to see! You can book a class there, or purchase prints.  I personally print my own jobs here with a studio pass :)
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Lost Eras has easily become one of my favorite shops to explore; hidden just outside of Chicago, it stretches far and narrow, crowded with lost treasures. Walking through it, it's hard not to begin imagining the stories of the objects that turn up in its walls, and the people that once held them. Not to mention the building itself is a piece of history, as in the 1920's it was home of the night club the "Club Detour" which had many artists play in it's halls such as Louis Armstrong, Count Basey and Ella Fitzgerald.
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High grade and cheap Indian curry and kebab spot in Southside. Other good Indian restaurants worth checking in the area are Mother India, In Dehli and the Mosque Kitchen.
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KulisseLageret is the local music venue in Horsens, presenting a wide range of live-acts through out the year, mostly on weekends. The club is situated below the theatre, and is  known nationally for the intimate atmosphere and particulary for the theatrical setting of set pieces. The programme varies from internationally acclaimed artists and exiting newcomers, to the best local acts.
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The perfect shop for getting an extra notch in your belt or a tailor-fitted harness. Non-leather products range from neoprene to rubber and an amazing assortment of other products for all types whatever your persuasion. For those heading to New York for the Black Party, this one is a must. 
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Southbank has organically evolved into a place of cultural significance through the persistent creative use of skateboarders spanning over generations. Southbank is currently under threat of being destroyed and replaced by coffee shops and retail outlets. There has been an alternative skate spot preposed to be built under Hungerford Bridge, this at first glance seems like an appropriate solution. Unfortunately this undermines the grassroots movement that has been developed over the years. Skateboarders have utilised the unsuspecting angles of brutalist architecture in a way they were originally not intended, in doing so they have created a space that is special and unreplicable. You can help save this historic place by signing the petition.
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There is one thing finally that is good about vienna’s small size, to reach the river danube and its two side arms in summer, when its boiling hot, takes only few minutes. All the life is transferred from the center to the river banks, swim and barbecue in summer, ice skating in winter. If you exit the subway at Neue Donau station you will see the small tower of viennas biggest mosque that is located on the danube island. You can go there and visit, if you are lucky, you will be offered dryed figues and dates and you can watch the prayers repose themselves lying on mattrasses in the cool.
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Cool bar-restaurant in the parc of Les Buttes Chaumont, quiet, peaceful with good cocktails
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This is Salon de Cafe, where my friend brought me for my birthday. There is a sense of quality in this modern, welcoming shop. The service and atmosphere are also very good. The strawberry parfait in this cafe is very delicious. Please check it out once!
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Delicious Middle Eastern food. Yes, the place is small. Yes, the music can get kind of loud. But the staff and food definitely make up for it. It's that kind of place you go to on a Friday night with your friends and end up ordering way too much food and drinks.
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Adia Trischler is a video and creative director, image consultant, fashion editor, and current host of the official youtube series for the Vienna tourism board, VIENNA/NOW. Originally from New York, she left the city 11 years ago and immigrated to Vienna, Austria, with virtually no understanding of the German language and no idea at all of what to expect. A decade on, she finally speaks German, has directed numerous exhibitions, taught at the Modeschule Hetzendorf, and was awarded the prize for 'Stylist of the Year' at The Vienna Awards for Fashion and Lifestyle. All the while, she has become deeply passionate about exploring her adopted home city. Since June 2016, she has been lucky enough to share this passion with an international audience as presenter for Vienna/Now. The series follows Adia, as she uncovers all of the breathtaking, exhilarating, romantic, and at times, morbid charm that the city is famous for. www.youtube.com/vienna
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Mira Calix is an award winning composer, producer and performer based in the United Kingdom. She is signed to Warp Records, on which she has released five albums. Although her earlier music is almost exclusively electronic and organic in nature, in recent years she has incorporated classical orchestration into her work for dance, film, theatre, opera and installations. Mira Calix is currently working on an album with singer/songwriter Malcolm Middleton and working Nothing Is Set In Stone, a musical sculpture for Hidden London , commissioned by The Mayor Of London, for the London 2012 festival
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Corriette Schoenaerts is an artist who works primarily with photography. She works in the fields of autonomous, fashion and commercial photography refusing to draw any finite distinctions between these fields.
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Cristian Zuzunaga is a multidisciplinary artist and designer that explores the close relationship existing between the virtual and the real world.
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photographer, visual artist, visual story teller, founder of FiLBooks Istanbul, lecturer
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I live in Barcelona and I spend most of my time creating creatures, designing logos and flyers for night clubs, printing t-shirts and painting big black spots pictures. I have made graffiti, painting, designing, illustration and I guess that is why my work is more and more a combination of all these matters.
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Writer, editor, curator, and radio show presenter
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spanish production designer and photographer
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Fatti Burke is an award winning children's book illustrator from Ireland, currently living in Amsterdam. She has been working as a freelance illustrator since 2013 in the editorial, publishing and advertising fields. Her work revolves around the things she loves – food, home, memes, animals and tradition.  Her first three books that she created with her father, Irelandopedia (2015), Historopedia (2016) and Foclóiropedia (2017), were bestsellers in Ireland. She is currently working on upcoming non-fiction children's books with Penguin Random House, Bloomsbury, Gill Books and Nosy Crow.  Represented by Art Associates Amsterdam
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I’m an art director who works and lives amongst Valencia, Barcelona and Ibiza. I’m very inspired by pop culture, naïve imagery, The Pink Panther, horror and B movies plus the ironic side of the kitsch aesthetics.
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Hugo d'Alte is a portuguese art director, designer and photographer living Helsinki, Finland.
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Swedish graphic designer and art director who run Kiosk Studio, togheter with her partner. The graphic design studio is based in the heart of Nørrebro in Copenhagen.
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creative, crossover between art and design
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