Healthy food cafe with tasty coffee
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Every weekend there are concerts of known and emerging groups and the room is usually filled by the unconditional Hi Jauh. If you wish to attend, you must become a member and pay the fee.
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Parque Lage is a mansion from the 19th century, located in the middle of a luxuriant and refreshing park. It has become today a school of art, where exhibitions are often held, and also hosts a cafe and restaurant.
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Serving dangerously good cocktails and boasting one of south London’s most innovative menus, this amazing place to eat, drink and hang out with friends is housed in an equally spectacular architectural salvage shop.
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“We wanted to create a place where people felt at home, somewhere that people came back to often and the quality of the food shone.” – Rose Carrarini. Rose Bakery was created by Rose Carrarini and her husband Jean Charles. Great place to sit and chat with a friend, definitely try their scone with butter + jam and stroll around Dover Street Market afterwards.
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This is my favorite place to go to – to escape the city quick – in nature. I love the Braem Pavillion a lot – built by Antwerp architect Renaat Braem in 1969.
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Big talented creator born in Granada in 1904. He experimented with different creative processes (films, sound, texts...). In my opinion, his activity and vanguardist trend haven't been acknowledged as they deserve. He is an inspiration drive and I admire him.
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I walk a lot; the best way to experience a city. So it's sometimes to do with the way places join up. This cast concrete letterform is a part of the Lycée's gateway. Each of the form's facets arrives at a different character, so six possible letters come from each cast object. I've never been inside the Lycée but always walked through this way up to the V&A, in order to examine again and again how each form works. The surfaces set the tone for the V&A and its incredible Ceramics floor, a perennial inspiration.
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Posted by Patricia Reyes
Super cute and airy café with nice green lemon tea and nice coffee. They only take cash.  Perfect if you are around Slussen. 
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The best cheeseburger in Berlin costs less than 5. Burgermeister is mandatory in town when you're craving for a basic and delicious to the bits chesseburger. 
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Recently discovered Tri's restaurant in this lovely lively place near Laurier metro station. Tri Express is the place for delicious - and affordable - refined sushi and chef's specialities. The decor is great too ! Some of you might have heard of Trì Dư because of this hilarious video of him preparing a Royal clam on a TV show that went viral a few years ago - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KrtyIqSzoYI
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Best Udon in London, with an exceptional specials board. The head chef Shuko Oda opened the first restaurant in Soho 11 years ago, and they now have restaurants in the City and on Broadway market. Great for kids, our son loves the Mackerel udon.
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Graphic designer from Norway currently designing in Luzern, Switzerland.
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Parasto Backman is the founder of Studio Parasto Backman, a Stockholm based graphic design studio. She mixes commissions with self-initiated projects and her clients include art galleries, theaters, publishers, museums, fashion brands, film production companies etc. A central part of Parasto’s work process is about illuminating power structures in order to broaden the palette of graphic design and create space for other forms of expression, logics and references within the field. To go beyond Eurocentric traditions of thinking and making is her consistent baseline in all kinds of project attained. Since a few years back Parasto is also a Senior Lecturer of Visual Communication towards Graphic Design at Konstfack University of Arts, Craft & Design in Stockholm.
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My name is Torbjörn Kihlberg and I work as a Designer at The Studio. We combine marketing and design to help brands define their positions, create a unique voice and build sustainable values. I have been studying graphic design and digital strategy, as well as communication and leadership during my learning journey. What I love most about my job is the possibility to develop people, their communication, as well as building strong and interesting brands. I'm very driven by developing my own skills and learning new things and I get very inspired by my incredible colleagues, our interesting clients and entrepreneurship. Everything is possible with the right mindset. I'm always aiming to develop on a personal level, which is one of the reasons why I love traveling and meeting new people. I believe you learn something new from every single person you meet, and that visiting new places gives you new perspectives in life.
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My name is Lavinia and I am a jewellery maker based in Florence and temporarily living in Shanghai doing an artist residency. I’m fascinated by the artificial or natural patterns i see around me and my pieces emerge through the repetition of elements, as combined with three fundamental aspects which dialogue together: movement, flexibility and weight.
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Jason Koxvold is a creative director at StrawberryFrog, artist, and co-founder of Renegade Pencils, an organisation that helps give children access to a creative education. His work has been exhibited at MoMA, the Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art, RESFEST, SXSW and the Los Angeles Film Festival. He has held creative workshops in Singapore; glued reflective balls to interns in San Francisco; spent hundreds of hours photographing landfills in Tokyo; driven an ambulance across Europe and Central Asia to raise money to build schools; raced motorcycles in the Scottish grand prix series; been interviewed by the Russian FSB in a holding cell in the Arctic Circle, and by the Joint Terrorism Task Force in Kentucky.
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Digital Product Designer. Fashion entrepreneur. Chess enthusiast. 
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Haejin Park is an illustrator based in New York. She graduated from Rhode Island School of Design in 2015 and has been freelancing since then. Her clients include the New York Times, BuzzFeed, Vice, Medium, and Lenny Letter. Contact: haejinart@gmail.com
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Emilie is a London-based graphic designer and art director from Paris. She has worked on branding projects and retail campaigns for Kickers, Speedo and Ted Baker, created campaign images, trailers, posters and programmes for the National Theatre and currently design book covers for Penguin Books. She is also one of the Ladies Wine Design London organisers. The group is part of an international community of creative women started by Jessica Walsh in New York, and runs monthly events including talks, workshops, portfolio review sessions and informal discussions.
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I'm an illustrator and I love working with people, helping create visual solutions that are engaging, inspirational and imaginatively capture the message and identity of a given brief - be it an editorial illustration, a promotional campaign or a large-scale public facing artwork.
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Founder of Blaze Type, Art Director/Type Designer
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Kati Szilágyi is an illustrator, who is currently living in Berlin, Germany. Part of studio Headquarter & Parallel Universe Collective.
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In 2017 I created DotPigeon, an artistic project that uses Instagram as a platform. Inspired by pop culture, politics, icons and trends of the moment, the idea behind my artworks remains the same: to twist images in order to create simple and comprehensible messages executed in a clean and visually satisfying way. The account reaches more than 40 thousand people and my works have been published by several online magazines, Instagram pages and newspapers (Forbes, ItsNiceThat, Fubiz, Popmyeyes, UrbanContest, Freeda, Designyoutrust, Designtaxi, Cnn, Darlin Magazine, Collater.al, Il Messaggero, Trendland, Picame Mag and many others).
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My work focuses on portraiture and intimacy between loved ones and objects. I want to show the tenderness that can be experienced in this world through selective simplicity and tiny details. With our current socio-political cliamte, I think it is important to recognize these often unnoticed moments in our daily lives, and to remember that they exist. My paintings help me move forward openly, by presenting what is good in our world. I'm also part owner of Pilgrim Paper Co. -- a paper goods company based in Seattle, where I currently live!
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I am a mountain town export, making stuff in Calgary. My favourite things to work on are illustrations, logos, and plenty of miscellaneous side projects just for kicks. When I'm not busy making things, I'm probably riding a bike, listening to baseball on the radio, or injuring myself trying to install an appliance.
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