Morgenstedet is vegetarian restaurant located at the free town of Christania, serves the best soups in town and other excellent organic food. Despite it’s name ”the morning place”, it’s also open in the evening.
This image was taken on my 35mm olympus film camera on a stormy, rainy evening in Brunswick. The house is only a few streets away from mine and I often noticed it's hauntingly beauty driving past. It is an image from the photographic series 'Witness'.
If you love vintage clothing then head to Dolly Up for some fun with the effervescent Erin, the owner of this fabulous shop. She will delight you with her stylish choices that will make you squeal with excitement! Insta dollyupvintage for more info
At the end of the Victoria line at the Walthomstow station, and then a 15 minute walk through some suburban streets with some lefts and at other times rights is an industrial estate. Through the gate and buried at the very end of the units where you are convinced you are lost and doubting it's existence at all is God's Own Junkyard. It's a worthy pilgrimage and actually sort of where you expect God would put a junkyard.
The warehouse is a monument to neon and the life works of the late Mr Neon, Chris Bracey. It's littered to the rooftop with cables, plug sockets and choice words with neon epigrams, the whole collection is stacked, I suppose how a junkyard of the sort would be. Full of sex, religion, americana, sci-fi and nostalgia that all blend together surprisingly well, It's a visual feast that you can take in with a coffee and an open mouth. It is a gem of a place.
It is really great.
I often go exploring into random and dilapidated areas of Berlin. I like the thrill of finding new nooks and crannies with strange visual sites. A few months ago, an old housing colony was abandoned, and many objects (such as couches and front doors) were left at the edge of the city to rot or to be scavenged. This is a view from a non-descript area of the S-bahn train tracks (between Sonnennallee station and Treptower Park station) into the most Southern part of Neukölln district.
This secret garden, positioned behind San Miniato al Monte, just a few steps away from one of the most beautiful look out points Florence has to offer, Piazzale Michaelangelo. Here is a quaint whimsical hideaway. Coming from my small town roots, completely surrounded by nature; finding this miniature grove was a gold mine. Here, you will find trees, things I immensely love and miss; this slice of nature here gives me a refreshing taste of purity and comfort.
Kris is an animation director and designer from Austria, with an MA from the Royal College of Art. She has a passion for collecting and crafting beautiful objects, which she uses in her films. Kris lives and works in a beautiful old farmhouse in Hertfordshire.
After 8 years as senior designer at acclaimed agency Graphic Thought Facility. Stefi Orazi founded the Stefi Orazi Studio in 2006. Based in East London, the focus of her work is mainly in print and exhibition graphics.
I am a young product designer based between London and the village of Dedham in the rural East of England. My portfolio of work is as diverse as my professional experience. From the health sector to furniture, I aim to create products that engage with users on a human level, achieving a visual warmth that is often missing from modern design.
Media Entrepreneur Constantin Bjerke is the Founder and CEO of Crane.tv a story-telling company, which in 2011 was named a "top ten European start-up to watch in 2011" by the Wall Street Journal. Crane.tv is re-inventing cultural publishing as the first online video magazine for contemporary culture,
with content also syndicated to a wide array of sites including the Huffington Post, Wallpaper*, and the New York Times reaching an influential, world-wide audience.
NZ born. Bondi based. part man part ocean. sculptor. maker. doer. i love american muscle, V8"s, chainsaws and cold beer. sun
worshiper and father of two amazing girls. i read, i watch, i collect, i eat.
Saori Ichikawa is 26 years old, lives in Japan as a textile designer. She studied textile design in Tokyo and Stockholm. She has been designing woven and tufted rugs. She is currently a Textile designer at FIBER ART STUDIO in Tokyo, Japan.
My name is Lavinia and I am a jewellery maker based in Florence and temporarily living in Shanghai doing an artist residency.
I’m fascinated by the artificial or natural patterns i see around me and my pieces emerge through the repetition of elements, as combined with three fundamental aspects which dialogue together: movement, flexibility and weight.