This is a beautiful authentic hotel in Ayvalik, on Aegean side of Turkey. Ayvalik has its own charm with its original architecture, tasty olive oil, olives, various types of amazing cheese, beautiful refreshing aegean sea, lovely small fish restaurants with different types of unique mezes... get lost in the narrow streets of this town city and be ready to get confused about time.
Most of the food here is meant to be eaten family-style with everyone sharing all the dishes on the table. Most of these dishes are best when accompanied by rice: Northern and Northeastern Thai dishes with sticky rice, Central and Southern Thai with jasmine rice. In Thailand, only a spoon and fork are used: the spoon to eat with and the fork to push food onto the spoon. We encourage you to try this method as it is the easiest way to eat many of these dishes. Some things are traditionally eaten with the hands such as grilled meat and sticky rice. Please ask your server for guidance if you wish. Chopsticks are normally used only when eating noodles, Vietnamese or Chinese food (they will be supplied if appropriate with a certain dish), however chopsticks are available upon request.
This is my favorite place in Mannheim to have some drinks or enjoy the sun while seating at the banks of the Rhine with a good coffee. But there is not only this dreamy bar, Speicher7 is also the most beautiful Hotel in Mannheim! If you will ever visit Mannheim you have to stay at that wonderful place.
Offering 20% off on current “indie bestsellers” (and 10% off picks from their well-read staff), you can still get a good deal while supporting one of the city’s last independent bookstores. They also carry an impressive selection of magazines and literary journals that you can flip through in their café. McNally’s event calendar is packed with appearances and readings by authors like Zadie Smith and Chris Kraus, but they're perhaps best known for their in-store printing press and self-publishing services.
This image was taken on my Rolleiflex in my beautiful little Brunswick cottage whom I share with my fella Jacob and two cats, this one is Min, the other one is Charlie. I love our little home so much, it is really cosy and I am lucky to come home to these guys every night.
Lotta Nieminen is a multidisciplinary designer and illustrator from Helsinki, Finland. She has studied graphic design and illustration at the University of Art and Design Helsinki and the Rhode Island School of Design, and has worked as a freelancer in both fields since 2006. After working for fashion magazine Trendi in Finland andPentagram Design in New York, Lotta is now based in NYC, working for design studio RoAndCo.
In 2010, Lotta received the Art Directors ClubYoung Guns 8 award and was selected by Print magazine for its annual New Visual Artists review, highlighting 20 international rising designers under the age of 30. Her work has also won honorable mentions at Vuoden Huiput (Best of Finnish advertising and graphic design) as well as in various logo competitions. She has illustrated for the likes of clients such as United Airlines,International Herald Tribune Magazine,Monocle and Bloomberg Businessweek.
As an illustrator, Lotta is represented by illustration agency Agent Pekka.
Zürich / Tokyo based illustrator and graphic designer Sayori Wada has been establishing herself working with a diverse array of clients from many different disciplines including the music, fashion and food industries. Her uninhibited form and brash, rhythmic lines are a signature of her style and can easily be recognized in the work.
David Chancellor, born 1961, London England, works and lives in South Africa. His work, for which he travels extensively, can be best described as documentary reportage. His series Hunters, which will be released as a monograph in 2011, explores the relationship between man and animal.
There is a lot of BLA, BLA, BLA in the word “Design”. For us, design is synonymous with project, the plan. The aesthetic results of a project are the consequence of objectives sought in the design process and that often include other values.
MgComunicació has been working to achieve business goals for nearly two decades. We avoid aesthetic makeups to delve into the reality of each project we want our work to pick up real fruits for our customers economy.
Flexibility, agility, commitment to our projects and alignment of interests among all people, companies, entities and / or institutions is what creates a strong flow of energy. This working method allows the team to adapt to the expectations of each client, with lower costs and the technical characteristics and commercial models of different projects.
I am a Franco Ontarian sound and media artist, arts administrator, facilitator and cultural worker. 1980 to 2000: MM composition McGill U, interdisciplinary work, environmental art and acoustic ecology. 2000 to 2020: manager of Inter-Arts Office and senior strategic advisor (arts granting) Canada Council for the Arts. Currently producer of the conscient: art & environment blog and podcast. I run and practice zen.