a french fusion restaurant with a warm atmosphere and selected wines
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A historical place to eat in Montevideo near to Ciudad Vieja. If you go there, you must ask for "Pizza al tacho", a pizza without sauce and really great!
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Making leather, kink, BDSM, and fetish accessible through research, preservation, education and community engagement
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Rijksmuseum in all glory but the rather overlooked library is a must.
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Love the atmosphere, the whole decoration and of course the flowers. You have to visit Jürgen Tekath's flower shop!
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An awesome place that's a combination gas station, convenience store and countrystyle gourmet restaurant – they even have a biodiesel pump stocked with diesel made from recycled restaurant fry fat and a deep wine selection.
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Their coffee—all brewed from carefully sourced Nicaraguan beans—is truly delicious.
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I dont like flash bars and pubs. I like committed boozers where you might get away with falling over or being a bit cheeky. This is my favourite pub in Brighton called the Heart and Hand. The juke box is full of some superb 45s inc The Who's Mary Anne with the Shaky Hands, Love's a House is not a Motel and Buffalo Springfield's I am a Child. The ales not bad and the bar staff are usually very nice.
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Motto stands for independent, rare and beautiful books. Specialised in art, design and photography, Motto offers a wide selection of books, magazines and artists' publication. Beside the book shop, also the so called Corner Collage has its home in this room. Corner College is a platform for lectures, workshops, exhibitons and other kind of academic stuff with a lot of experimental energy.
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It’s photographer Jay Maisel’s studio building on the Bowery. The fact that he hasn’t sold out to the manic gentrification of everything in New York is even cooler. Makes me happy that the whole place is covered in piss stains and graffiti when everything around it is all polished and shiny and expensive. It’s like a giant middle finger raised to those disgusting, bloodthirsty, city-raping real-estate developers. Awesome.
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I go here mostly because of the vibe, it”s a French bistro meets a plant shop and the sister restaurant to Tartine in the West Village. The Shakchuka and the fennel salad is delicious, so is the onion soup. Cute Rooftop during the summer. 
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Need some clean air or just a time-out? Kew Gardens is a short train ride away from the city centre but is provides you with space, greenery and and a small holiday for the lungs. The garden contain tropical glasshouses and interesting architecture, so it is a treat for both body and mind.
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Freelance Graphic Designer based in London. Working at the likes of Apple & Google.
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Paul Nicholson #graphicdesign #graphicart #logo #branding #typography #photography #recordsleeve #3 #terratag Paul Nicholson - NUMBER 3
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Photographer based in Oslo
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Illustrator and animator. Hairy.
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I'm a graphic designer and creative director of Numeroventi. Artist residency and studio in Florence. I travel about 5 months a year and in my suggestions i JUST cover good cafes where to work, parks and Natural bars.
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Ilaria Falorsi is an illustrator from Florence, Italy. Born and raised there, she grew up surrounded by art everywhere while studying at the Agricultural Technical Institute. After a few years spent doing an array of different jobs, she started her illustration career in 2009. Since then, she illustrated several children’s books between France, UK, USA and Italy. Some of her clients are: Editions Milan, Gallimard, Flammarion, Auzou, Nathan,Tourbillon, Usborne,Twirl, Simon&Schuster, MacMillan, Scholastic and Edizioni El. From time to time, she also collaborated with other brands such as Ferrero, Biscottificio Antonio Mattei, Selle Royal, Findomestic bank, Timberland and the fashion brand Ermanno Scervino to illustrate sales campaigns, and various objects- from cookie tin boxes to bike saddles. Her illustrations has been awarded and selected from associations like the Society of illustrators, American Illustrator, 3×3, and the Bologna Children's Bookfair.
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Leta Sobierajski is an independent designer and art director based in New York City combining traditional graphic design elements with photography, art, and styling to create utterly unique visuals. Her work is incredibly diverse, ranging from conventional identities to brilliantly bizarre compositions. As of October 2016, Leta began a design studio with her husband and collaborator, Wade Jeffree, in which they focus their unusual eye on projects ranging from branding, art direction, installation, to video. She studied graphic design at Purchase College and has been working independently since 2013. Her client list includes Adobe, Bloomberg Businessweek, D.S. & Durga, Google, Gucci, IBM, The New York Times, Refinery 29, Renault, Süddeutsche Zeitung Magazin, Target, Tate Modern, and UNIQLO among many others. She has been recognized as an Art Directors Club Young Guns 15 recipient as well as Print magazine’s New Visual Artist, and has given talks at conferences all over the world including North America, South America, Europe, and Australia.
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Hello there I am an illustrator living in East London and here are the places I like to visit. This isn't my dog.
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Neelima Narayanan, originally from India, grew up in Singapore and moved to New York to study product design at Parsons. Her inspirations come from a range of different disciplines such as science, art, or fashion and design. She is currently a freelancing designer in New York and continuing her own personal projects.
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1990 born girl who fell in love with conveying emotions, telling stories and traveling the world.
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Seth Armstrong is an artist, born and raised in Los Angeles. After studying painting in Northern Holland, he received his BFA from the California College of the Arts in San Francisco and Oakland. He likes to paint flying cars and pretty ladies, among other things. After 9 years away from home, he now lives and works back in Los Angeles.
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Izabela is a German-Polish writer and editor who grew up in Berlin. She graduated with a BA in Communication, Curation and Criticism from Central Saint Martins and completed a masters degree in Critical Writing for Art and Design at the Royal College of Art. Through writing about art, architecture, politics, the media and design, she observes the constructs of everyday life. Izabela cares to be both a boundless enthusiast and a sensitive critic when engaging with contemporary narratives or speaking to current-time visionaries.
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Flaminguettes is a girl-girl creative duo from Mexico City that explores live action, installation, design and animation to create vibrant pieces in bold splashes of color. After a career as designers, animators and directors in recognized animation studios, Mara Soler and Daniela Villanueva decided to team up to explore a more personal, playful and feminine side of their work. This duo specializes in directing, creating and crafting high end visuals for a wide range of clients and situations. Mara and Daniela are members of AGI / Alliance Graphique Internationale since 2015.
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