Frank's bar opens on the roof of a multi-storey carpark in Peckham every summer. It's great to go for a drink and get this phenomenal view of London. I love the design of the bar, which is different each year, and the exhibitions are always interesting.
It's hard describe the experience of walking across a bridge in New York, but let's say, people wise, it's where you are likely to see a jogging hasidic woman pushing a baby carriage trying to avoid being run over by a fixed gear bicyclist barreling down at 60MPH.
Every time I need inspiration for a present for friends or family, I go to this store and inevitably discover something intriguing, exciting and unique. Books, clothes, luxurious old fabrics, bizarre little objects, and a lovely owner whose passion for antiques is communicative.
Not long in the custody of the National Trust, designed by Philip Webb and commissioned by William Morris, in 1859. Tucked away in Beckenham. William and Jane Morris only lived here for five years; not a happy time of their marriage. But there is humility, authority and even bite, in the domestic scale. The rigorous, holistic design-hand at work belies any sense of souvenir shop Morris-lite. The vegetable garden in late Summer is the place to be.
A small but specialist record shop built around proprietor Jean Claude’s extensive knowledge of 20th and 21st century recorded music. Connoisseurs in vinyl, you can expect to find an eclectic range of new and pre-owned rarities. Based on the 3rd floor of an office block in Noho, it feels like a secret hideout for super vinyl freaks.
The Merri Creek is a magical place. With a walking path running along it, amid the city and suburban chaos it is a passage of wild green and beautiful weeds. The place has ancient significance to the indigenous Wurrundjeri tribes as a place of meeting, living and hunting.
Robert Irwin spent 4 years designing what he called "a sculpture in the form of a garden, which aims to be art". More than 500 varieties of plant material are used, and the selection is always changing, as testaments of what Irwin itself said: "art doesn't reside in the object but in the moment."
Shinjuku-Kabukicho is one of the famous entertainment spots in Tokyo. There are many theatres, bars, hostess bars, and adult entertainment business. People seek pleasure, shout, and walk drunkenly at night, even though they are shy and busy with work during the daytime. Mysterious neon lights make people desire more what they want to do. You feel people’s fundamental energy there at night.
Leif is a Grammy Nominated artist and Creative Director.
His work explores themes of connectedness, the relevance of nature and the psychedelic experience. By utilising these subjects he attempts to inspire the viewer into a realignment with themselves and their surroundings.
Daniel Triendl is a multidisciplinary designer and artist who lives and works in Vienna. He was born in the mountains of Austria, accompanied only with a snowboard and some coffee. Here he discovered his passion for art and illustration.
Saxon Campbell is designer, creative, and photographer. Saxon is from Oklahoma originally but currently resides in Brooklyn, New York. Saxon graduated Northeastern State University in Tahlequah, Oklahoma with a bachelor's of art degree, majoring in visual communication with photography and minoring in graphic design.
Saxon has lived in the New York for awhile now working with clients of all kinds. Saxon’s has worked in fashion, fitness, residential, university, and non-profit organizations.
Saxon works with a wide range of freelance clients and working with his fashion blog. (es-cape.co)
Saxon is open to all and any work you might have for him. Send him an email. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Born and raised in Cardiff, James Davies is a photographer who has lived in London for 13 years. His work centres around the impact of the city upon its citizens and its citizens upon the city, as well as the wider social, economic and political themes that affect daily life in Britain. His most recent series, The Sclerosis of Existence, looks to explore the relationship between the people and the places of a city when seen through the repetition of daily routine.
Masatoshi Amemiya aka MA is an artist, painter and graffiti-artist representing Tokyo. Born in Japan 1985 and has been painting and raising his middle finger ever since. He held his first solo exhibition "BORN IN JAPAN [F*** you, I won't do what you tell me]"24 Feb to 29 Feb 2012 in Tokyo. He likes Ai Wei Wei a little bit.
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.
Andreas Emenius work is filtered through a chewy glue cluster of memories, experiences and spontaneous actions. He makes portraits of heroic, human-like, characters that appear familiar because of their emotional states.
Hailing from Nebraska, Sean is a graphic designer, illustrator, animator and motion designer. After working in San Francisco, Colorado, Amsterdam and southern France he is currently living in Brooklyn and freelancing out of New York City. His style is often graphical with an emphasis on typography, color, and texture.
Visual artist, working in mixed-media installation and photography with the focus on found materials. In her work, she creates fictional objects from familiar components and explores the inherent narratives of the living space. Nika Kupyrova was born in Ukraine, grew up in Czech Republic, studied in Scotland and Iceland and is currently living and working in Vienna and Prague.
Candice Milon is a french photographer. She is graduated from the Beaux-Arts of Marseille. In 2006, she moved in Paris to study studio photography at the Gobelins. She is represented by Figure.
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