With a wood panelled interior and romantic low light, this restaurant exudes the type of atmosphere you imagine of a high seas luxury cruise or train travel in the 1920s. The waiters are officiously attentive, the food incredibly tasty and fresh and the experience one not to be missed in Venice. Located near the Peggy Guggenheim Museum, you cross a small bridge and enter directly into the front door of this cosy eatery. Great spot for an authentic Venetian meal and opportunity to dine in a rather special canal-side interior.
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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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one of my favorites places to have a coffee or a drink. to work during day time or to enjoy some live music in the afternoon.
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Max is the place for serious karaoke lovers and enthusiasts. I go almost every week during happy hour, which is $5 an hour anytime before 8P. Pro tip: ask for Joy Sound.
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A station, a stop or two away from London sits a shop that is only open once or twice a year – its specialty are books but it also sells things.
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Best Underground music store in Barcelona, with local artist and labels.
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They sell Film, Cameras, Polaroid, Photography Accessories, etc. They also do photography sharing session, & workshops irregularly. The Founder of Filme has the largest collection of unprocessed film in the World - Guinness World Records.
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Go check out this very untypical gallery in the underground. You don't need a ticket and it does only take you a second to soak in the art displayed.
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La Banchina (The Pier) is my favourite cafe in Copenhagen, located beautiful on Refshaeløen, facing Copenhagen harbour, this place offer great coffee, homemade baked goods . For lunch and dinner La Banchina offers season’s best organic and/or biodynamic vegetables and seafood. (small dishes) No meat served. excellent natural wine.   
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Run by a bunch of sound people, VILLA has some great contemporary and affordable art and is always worth a visit.
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An icon of 1930s art deco in the heart of Milan. Villa Necchi was built by Pietro Portaluppi for the Necchi Campiglio family, which belonged to the Lombard industrial bourgeoisie. 
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Large beer-focused bar with great food housed in a historic former police station building. Great patio for gathering with nice city views. Free little pizzas with your drink order. Head downstairs after to the (sort of) secret Speakeasy for a 1920's inspired cocktail.
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Graphic designer based in Frankfurt am Main and Berlin
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Illustrator from Madrid, currently living and working in Annecy, France.
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Sonya Dyakova is an art director living in London, who founded Atelier Dyakova, a multi-disciplinary, award winning visual communication agency. She leads a chaotic life with her photographer husband Edward Park and two beautiful children.
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Popel Coumou lives and works in Amsterdam and studied photography at the Gerrit Rietveld Academy. Her work consists out of analog photographs of collaged spaces that hint at human presence. Through her use of lighting she transforms the collages into 3 dimensional spaces that seem both natural and unhinged.
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Mexican based artist and illustrator
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Sophie Dries Architect is a Paris & Milan based design studio run by the architect Sophie Dries since fall 2014, when she was 28 . She has been collaborating for several years with multiple luxury interior design & architecture offices in Paris such as Ateliers Jean Nouvel, Pierre Yovanovitch or Christian Liaigre.   Sophie Dries Architect has designed stores and offices in Istanbul, also been renovating some luxury apartments in Paris and currently works on several projects in France and Italy. Sophie Dries has realised a numbered edition furniture line, launched in Milan for the 2016 Salone del Mobile and shown since at PAD London, 2017 Collective design fair in New York with gallery l’Éclaireur (Paris/Los Angeles), but also in collective shows in Brussels, Beirut and Rome.
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Hi!  I'm Paula. I'm a film photographer based in Valencia and proud co-founder and CEO of Malvarrosa Film Lab. 
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Swedish/British Artist - photography/collage/textiles/fashion-photography
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Mauro d'Agati began working as a professional photographer in 1996, from the outset covering many Sicilian jazz festivals, art manifestations and theatrical events. He has always been motivated by the exploration of Sicilian, especially Palermitan, social phenomena. He has undertaken work for numerous italian and International publications including Geo, Stern, Suddeutsche Zeitung, Das Magazin, Vision China, El Pais Semanal, Le Monde, GQ, L'Espresso and Internazionale. In 1999 he published his first book Softly walking, consisting of Black and white images illustrating the everyday life of Massimo and Gino, a gay Palermitan couple. In may 2009 he published the book Palermo Unsung, in july 2010 Alamar and Napule Shot published by Steidl Verlag. Follow Sit Lux et Lux Fuit, Steidl 2012, and Marzia's Famliy, steidl 2014.
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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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