Caffè Italia is an institution in town and was the first Italian café to open in Montréal in 1956. The decor probably hasn't changed much since then. Definitely one of my top favourite places in Montreal. Their panini is worth the detour - I have rarely had such a great one, probably the best in town, if not of the whole province !
It was a warm evening in the city and not yet dark. We arrived, giddy and happy, and he ordered two glasses of prosecco. The waiter managed to fit onto our tiny wood table two plates of tartines, a legumes dish, and a tray of fromage. And then we shared dessert. I can’t remember exactly but it must have been chocolate.
The hood where I grew up. In Berlin but mostly spending time in the forest. Teufelsberg (The Devil's Mountain) which was built from the rubbish of World War II, is a great place for walking, kite flying, or just enjoying the view over the whole city.
If you like good electronic music and good wine, this is the place for you. A bar that captures the Detroit's unique vibe like no other. Go at night. Talk with strangers and make friends. You won't regret it.
“You can taste the love” sounds like a cliché until you actually taste it and realize you are poor cynical human being who has never been to Alicia’s tamale stand! Especially on foggy days, these lovingly wrapped warm packages of deliciousness are indispensable.
Museum Floriano Peixoto - was ones the Maceió cityhall, now works as a museum with a nice and pretty unkown amount of art pieces by early XX artists from Alagoas, filled with historical furniture and oppulent spaces.
One of my favorite things to do on weekends is to head to Grand Central Market for brunch, grab a few glasses of wine at the Oyster bar and then roam around downtown collecting pigeons.
Over the past few years the market has been modernized and has become a really trendy spot, but it still retains aspects of what it was like decades ago.
Some of my favorite stands are The Oyster Gourmet, Sarita's Pupuseria and the Belcampo Meat Co.
Hi, I am a chilean artist. I do collages with color papers, magazine cut ups, spray paint and little objects. I am trying to disperse some color around. Right now I am in Berlin at an artist residence.
Jan Buchczik, born in May 1988, enjoys
to make up ideas, worlds, characters,
tunes and words. All of these personal
or comisssioned creations are in some
way part of the same melancholic yet
strangely witty universe.
Oscar Maia is a Communication Designer and Art Director based in the city of Porto, Portugal. He’s been actively working on great projects alongside wonderful and talented people since 2008. Specialised in developing creative strategies applied in print, editorial, branding, and web design projects, he works on a freelance basis with a wide range of clients dedicated to the cultural and commercial fields. His work is recognized as being aesthetically simple and bold, with a steady balance between great attention to detail, typography and composition.
Annina is a German graphic designer born in Würzburg and currently living in Constance with a focus on editorial design. After having espresso at a small gelateria on the other side of the street, she is working in-beetween her 30 succulents while listening to detective stories. Her approach is to make her projects look as much fun as she had making them.