A nice little spot for some coffee and custom made bagel sandwiches where neighbourhood people hang out with their laptops. Awesome beet juice not to be missed!
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It might sound rather odd to suggest going to a cemetery, but this has to be one of my new favourite places to visit. Getting lost down one of the narrow paths certainly doesn’t make you feel like you’re in London anymore which can be refreshing. Another interesting fact about this place is that the late Amy Winehouse shot her music video for ‘Back to Black’ here.
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I’m not much of a bar-person, but if and when I do go for a drink, I love to come here. It’s simply the best brown café in Amsterdam. A little off the beaten track, in the middle of a residential neighborhood, you’d really have to go out of your way to come here. Nienke, the proprietress is what we call in Dutch “een topwijf ”. With her warm heart and no nonsense attitude she makes you feel right at home, whether you’re a regular and part of the bar’s furniture, or just pop in occasionally, just like myself.
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Here is another place packed with visual stimuli, along with weird smells and busy sidewalks. I love roaming through all the shops, venturing deep down the aisles to hunting for all things odd and unknown. So much to see, I wish I had extra eyes!
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They sell all kind of vintage stuffs, they have second hand & first hand stuffs to sell. e.g: backpack, wallet, clothes, glasses, shoes etc. And they will soon have a weekend's flea market, and also a mini music concert irregularly a day of every month.
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It is an independent arts organisation in Elephant and Castle. It is one of the best venue for electronic music in London. On Tuesdays Boiler Room, best DJs for free with guest list.
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The most beautiful contemporary gallery in London aptly named White Cube, the space is an artwork in itself. Its portfolio of artists and exhibition programme is top of the league, always presented as with style and grace as the space itself. Photograph by Paul Riddle
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Outdoor Bar and BBQ restaurant with amazing views of the harbour. Great place to spend warm summer evenings...
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Great Decor, Great Food, Great Vibes.
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Founded in 1828 the museum houses around 67,000 specimens many of which are now extinct or endangered. My favorite is the skull of a Bottlenose Whale from 1860.
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I love the George and Dragon Public House. Cluttered deco of silly artifacts and memorabilia and slightly scuzzy around the edges. Great drinking characters, DJs and The White Cubicle gallery in the ladies toilets is difficult to beat.
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I love all the Dishooms in London, but this is the original and best.
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Oliver Ibsen resides in Antwerp. He's a convinced feminist.
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Sarah Meyohas (b. 1991, French­ American) uses networks of information, power, value, and communication. Meyohas has had solo exhibitions at Independent Régence in Brussels, Galerie Pact in Paris, and 303 in New York. Her work has been included in shows at the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit, The Aperture Foundation in New York, Regen Projects in Los Angeles. In 2015, she invented BitchCoin, her personal cryptocurrency. Her current show is on view at Red Bull Arts in New York. Meyohas holds a B.A. in international relations from the University of Pennsylvania and a B.S. in finance from the Wharton School, and in 2015 received an M.F.A. from Yale University. She is based in New York and runs an eponymously named gallery, Meyohas, in Long Island City.
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Neil Atherton is a Paris-based photographer and curator from the UK. He has called Paris home for over a decade and still speaks French with an English accent. His personal photography is based almost uniquely on the use of out-of-date film and explores the physical effects of time on memory. He has a large camera collection of ‘70s rangefinders and compacts from the ‘80s and organizes the biannual photography festival Mois de a Photo-OFF.
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Hassan Rahim is an art director and designer working in Los Angeles. He art directs the biannual publication Thvm Rag. 
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Louise Enhörning is a Swedish artist and photographer. After completing a degree in art history from Uppsala University, as well as studies at Stockholms Universitet and Konstfack, Louise Enhörning moved to Paris, where her career kicked of as a photographer. Her work explores closeness in her relationships with her subjects as well as the physical environment, approaching still life, abstraction, portrait and landscape with the same sensitivity. Louise Enhörning has exhibited her work in solo exhibitions at Saatchi, Stockholm; Loyal Gallery, Stockholm; 0fr Gallery, Paris; and Bon Gallery, Stockholm as well as many group exhibitions internationally in Tokyo, Barcelona, Copenhagen, Kansas City, Mexico City, New York and Stockholm. Enhörning has worked with clients such as Another Magazine, Dazed and Confused, Vanity Fair and VOGUE, as well as Hermès and Agnes B. She has also contributed to several books including Shoot: Photography of the Moment, Nylon Street Style and Vice Photo Book.
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Born Lima Peru Raised in Chicago
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Robert Rieger is an editorial photographer based in Berlin. Rieger currently works as a art director at Freunde von Freunden, where among other projects, he is the photographer and photo editor for collaborations with MINI, Siemens, SONOS, 25h Hotels and USM. In his position at Freunde von Freunden, he liaises with international photographers on a daily basis and is responsible for the visual storytelling of the portraits produced.
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Julie Verhoeven is an artist and designer based in London. After studying fashion she began her career assisting John Galliano before working in the fashion industry as a designer, illustrator, creative director and tutor. Verhoeven’s own fashion label, Gibo by Julie Verhoeven, was launched in September 2002, and she went on to collaborate with global brands including, Louis Vuitton, Versace, Mulberry and H&M. Verhoeven has exhibited internationally since 2003, including solo shows at MU, Eindhoven, ZINGERpresents, Amsterdam, and Vera Gliem, Cologne with the publication of 3 books dedicated to her work, 'A Bit of Rough’, 'Fat- Bottomed Girls’ and 'Julie Verhoeven, Gas Book 13’. Portrait by Mauro Cocilio.
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Jonas Hegi (b. 1987) is a designer graduated from the ZHdK (University of the Arts Zurich). He likes to work in different disciplines, namely graphic design but also typography, photography, film and motion design. At the moment he lives and works in Zurich, working on various projects and waiting for the summer.
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Designer, Art Director and Illustrator. Australian, based in Brooklyn, NYC. 
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Hannah Richards is a graduate of the University of Brighton and is now based in Oxford. She flits between illustrating, filmmaking and photography, mostly because she can’t decide what she likes doing best. Her work explores the relationship between text and image and often provides a humorous and sardonic commentary for everyday life. Her book; Your Opinion is irrelevant because I hate you” has been published by Victory Press.
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Fashion designer Emilie Grubert graduated with a 1st class honors Bachelor Degree in Fashion Design Women's Wear from Central Saint Martins in london 2008. She lives and work in Nørrebro, Copenhagen, Denmark.
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Director & Art Director from Montreal.
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