Lost & Found is a monthly artist salon held in one of the medieval towers of the Waag on the Nieuwmarkt. In the room where Rembrandt's 'The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Nicolaes Tulp' once took place have since 1997 over 80 sessions of stray images and sound been organized. Artists show material which doesn't fit comfortably into regular gallery contexts; work which demands more concentration than the usual walk-by. Check the Lost & Found website for dates & times.
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A nice new spot in the middle of Eixample
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The Viaduct is one of those big pieces of architecture that you notice from afar and ignore close up. So get close for a major neck craning and you'll get that “how the hell did they ever build this…” feeling. When I look up I get vertigo and I doubt the strength of those spindly looking redbrick supports. Preston Road and Beaconsfield Road are good places to look around, and afterwards you can pop into the nearby Signalman pub.
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At first a memory of an old relationship, it quickly became my favourite market. Major highlight for the gin tasting with rosemary on a sunny Sunday afternoon. 
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Cute second hand bookstore with a big selection of artbooks.
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Warm summer nights should be spent in the high grass in Hampstead Heath above the ponds. For midsummer bring herring, snaps and songs and stay until sunrise!
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Little skips is my place when I need to refill my energy with some morning sunlight. The big windows facing the street let all the light in while you can drink some coffee. My favorite thing to eat is the grilled cheese sandwich with some avocado. Out of rush hours or weekend mornings, it's a pretty good space to take your laptop and get some work done.
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A public park in an old city area, Romaneenart Park is supported by Her Royal Highness. I like to come to this park after a long walk around the old town. The park was built on an old prison grounds. So, there is a prison museum inside. It’s very scary to know how cruel prisoners in the past were tortured.
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I thought I was in fairyland the first time I came here. I have never been to such a natural place in Taipei. Cows, birds, mountains, a great meadow that you cannot see the end. This is my favorite place in Taipei.
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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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Lettering designer based in Berlin
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I´m an art and commercial photographer and love any kind of visual storytelling context. I love Moscow and find a lot of inspiration and subjects for me and my images.
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Moana Bischof is a Graphics designer from Lucerne. In 2014 she graduated from the University of Arts Bern with a BA in Visual Communications. She has worked for Formdusche and Igelhaut+ von Grote in Berlin. Currently she is based in Bern where she is working for the University of Arts and as a freelance designer.
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Artist / Wanderer / Mum
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Khyati Trehan is an independent graphic designer and 3D visual artist from New Delhi, India. Her work is textural, playful, emotive and driven by an ache to make the intangible tangible. Khyati’s career has seen her work across disciplines, drawing inspiration from the context of the work and often exploring the edges of all things visual for the likes of the Oscars, New York Times, New Yorker Magazine, Apple, Adobe, Absolut, Instagram and Snapchat. Khyati was one of Print Magazine's 15 New Visual Artists under 30 in 2017, was chosen as the Artistry Creator of the Year at Adweek’s Creator Visionary Awards, won the ADC Young Guns 19 and most recently, made it to the Forbes 30under30 India List.
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Creative studio for art, film, and design. We work on playful and imaginative projects with love for the analog and the imperfect.
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I am a global trotter with shoes and books in 3 different cities - Toronto, London, and Lisbon. I live to dance, and dance to live. I play the cello, follow a plant-based diet, and can speak Portuguese, Spanish, English, and basic French. Now on a more serious note... My path to Creative Director started in Lisbon, Portugal, and has taken me to many places since, including Vancouver; London, England; and Toronto. It all started in 2011 when I landed my first job at a book publisher designing educational flash games for textbook CDROMs. Since then, I've been developing my career as a creative director, working for Unit9, Nexus, and now Jam3, designing interactive storytelling projects in AR, web, and experiential tech for clients such as Google, MArc Jacobs, Samsung, Amazon, Estee Lauder, Pepsi, TikTok, Netflix, and Adidas. In between I headed the digital department at Warner Bros. Records (UK), where I focused on content strategy, creative direction, and driving digital storytelling and innovation for artists campaigns such as Muse, Liam Gallagher, and Dua Lipa; After work, I volunteer my time and give back to the community and industry by being involved in multiple mentorship programs in Portugal, the UK, and Canada. I also provide pro-bono services to nonprofits such as Help Heal Humanity, A Woman’s Worth, and One Cause a Day and have developed my personal project ReMIND Academy, a community-based learning program that stimulates critical thinking and creativity in young people from disadvantaged backgrounds. I hold a BA in Communication Design, an MA in New Media, a Diploma in Digital Design, and a TEFL certificate.
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Designer and Creative Director
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A French and American dual-citizen, Margaux is definitely Parisian, but shares a bit of her heart with the Big Apple as well. She’s a songwriter, a singer, a musician, a photographer and a muse. Much more than your average clothes-horse, she’s the kind of girl all photographers and designers want to work with. Her simple yet elegant taste does not betray fanciful creativity of her aristocratic heritage. After the 2013 release of her French album with Capitol Records, she’s coming back refreshed with the ability to collaborate with the people she loves without any restriction to express herself freely.  www.margauxavrilphotography.com 
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CATHRINE RABEN DAVIDSEN Historical accounts, works of fiction and mythological material combined with personal memory often form the point of departure for the work of Danish artist Cathrine Raben Davidsen. Her activities are characterized by a strong fascination with the material and the urge constantly to experiment with and explore different artistic techniques. From early on she has also drawn inspiration from the history of art and from a variety of textual references associated with Western and Eastern mythology and literature. The traditional hierarchies among art, artist-craftsmanship and design are negated in an artistic oeuvre that ranges wide from painting, drawing and ceramics to costumes and stage design. Cathrine Raben Davidsen (b. 1972) has exhibited widely in Denmark and abroad and is represented in several national and international art collections. Public collections include: SMK, The National Gallery of Denmark, Trapholt Museum of Modern Art, Applied Art, Design and Architecture, Horsens Art Museum and The New Carlsberg Foundation among others. She has created costumes and set design for The Royal Danish Ballet and has received numerous prestigious awards, grants and scholarships. She is educated in Italy, The Netherlands and in Denmark at The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts. She lives and works in Copenhagen.
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I moved to Stockholm about one year ago when I started studying Visual Communication at Beckmans College of Design. After living in super friendly Malmö for three years I feared it would be hard to settle in. It wasn't. Starting in a new school is probably the best way of getting to know people. Especially when it is a small and intense one like Beckmans. Profile picture by Hilda Grahnat.
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Founder of Blaze Type, Art Director/Type Designer
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Vanessa Pelz-Sharpe is a writer and broadcaster. Born and bred in London, she has written for a number of independent magazines and newspapers, including The Guardian, Illustrated Ape, and Pen Pusher, and was Contributing Editor for literary magazine Full Moon Empty Sports Bag. She co-hosts Letters You Never Sent, a monthly literary radio show on NTS. Pelz-Sharpe recently won a Cosmopolitan Magazine Blog Award for her blog Nightmares and Boners and is currently working on her first novel.
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I have a career in wealth advisory with a specific emphasis on guiding clients who wish to invest their portfolios in line with their values. My niche expertise is investing in problem-solving companies, e.g, climate solutions, energy efficiency, social equity, food and food systems. I also work in urban park restoration and design.
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