Nicknamed the "Palace of Purification" this beautiful art deco style water plant sits atop a hill in the East beaches overlooking Lake Ontario. At the foot of the palace is a sleepy little beach to enjoy as you wish. Pack an umbrella, pack a picnic, but leave your drone at home.
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Free natural ponds, open all year round (check online for varying opening hours according to seasons). Get an absolute get away feeling right in the heart of London, a treat if you enjoy swimming with ducks. Amazing park to enjoy a few games of cards and a walk around afterward too...
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Run by artists Seth Adelsberger and Alex Ebstien, Nudashank is one the best places in the city to see and purchase art from some of the most exciting young artists from Baltimore and up and down the east coast.
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Classic, wood-panelled boozer with banquettes and bar stools, plus a pool table. Situated close to Goldsmiths, University of London. Vibe: Art School meets Football Fan meets Mark E Smith.
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Death & Co is my favorite place for delicious cocktails and small bites. Their truffle mac and cheese and lobster rolls are delicious and love just about every drink on their whisky menu.
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Perfect place if you like fresh, healthy and organic food, in very beautiful, well designed and cozy atmosphere. Especially their bowls are awesome! It's very familiar and the service is great.  Favorite one in Paris!
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Traditional Punjabi restaurant that has been serving aromatic, spicy dishes since 1972. Bring your own alcohol.
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The Ear Bar has been in New York longer than any of us. In a city of vacuous fleeting trendy bars the Ear Bar (which is really called the Ear Inn but I've never called it that) is the real deal.
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Dover Street is the true creative hub of Mayfair and a breath of fresh air driving straight through an area often perceived as stuffy. Landmarks such as the wonderful Dover Street Market (don't forget to sample the fresh carrot cake at Rose Bakery on its 4th floor) on very effectively pull creative people towards the area which equates to plenty of street style to appreciate. Our Crane.tv offices are also located on Dover Street, naturally adding to the street’s charm!
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A bite of history. A bite of Muffuletta!
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Although freedom of speech is a human right in most civilised countries, Speakers’ Corner has been described as one of the few places in the world where anyone can just climb on a ‘soapbox’ and speak their minds on any subject as long as the police considers it lawful – and almost be guaranteed an audience. It has been like this ever since this area of London’s Hyde Park was the site of Tyburn gallows, where public executions took place between 1196 and 1783, and the condemned were allowed to speak before being hanged. Over the centuries, Speakers’ Corner has been the site of riots, demonstrations, public meetings of groups – such as the communists – that weren’t allowed to gather anywhere else, and was frequented by Marx, Lenin, George Orwell and many other historic figures.  While today it is mainly the scene of eccentrics, religious fanatics and oddballs of all kinds, several prominent speakers such as Heiko Khoo and Jonathan Fitter keep the tradition of meaningful discussions around political and social themes alive. Religion has been debated in Hyde Park since the right to meet and speak freely was formally established in 1872. Today it’s the dominant topic by far, with religious speakers and preachers drawing the biggest crowds and clearly outnumbering the political meetings.  I have been documenting the people gathering here every Sunday since 2012.
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I consistently spend a lot of time here. It's the most relaxing place in the city.
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I have been living in Macao SAR for more than 18 years, but now lived in Taipei since my university, it is going to be the 7th years. And now I am still living here for my postgraduate degree. I like photography, I like books, so I have made some books for sale and for my friends.
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Designer, Manchester.
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Eric is a Youngstown, Ohio born – Brooklyn, New York based artist and designer. His work explores the idea of networks and systems through the synthesis of fundamental design elements, geometry and abstraction. He’s obsessed with technology, maps, data visualizations, information graphics, technical diagrams, infrastructure, architecture and complexity - all of which informs his work. He loves cities, nature, and great food.
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I am an artist agent in Los Angeles
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NYC based entrepreneur and man about town. Co-founder of Spring Street Social Society and The Liquor Cabinet.
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Designer & Creative Director currently living in Madrid, working on both printed and digital projects, specializing on branding, visual identities, editorial design, web design, and illustration. I studied Fine arts and Graphic design at UCM (Madrid) and HAWK Fakultät Gestaltung (Germany) and work as a freelance since 2014. After working in several design studios and agencies, I run my own Madrid-based studio. Clear Concepts, functionality and timeless solutions are the essence of my work.
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Melbourne Based Photographer specialising in Fine Art, Architecture, Interiors and Aerial.
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Takahiro Kimura is a Japanese animator, illustrator and character designer based in Tokyo. Takahiro studied technology of painting and graphic design at Salesian Polytechnic, as well as drawing, landscape painting and fashion drawing at Setsu Mode Seminar. In 2003 Takahiro created a group of web and television collage animation characters collectively called Kimsnake.
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Born in 1990, Antoine Duruflé grew up in Paris. In his studies, he went through the famous illustration section of Decorative Arts in Strasbourg. Yet his work is closer today to the field of painting. Color is an integral part of his pictorial identity. The attraction for this one, was revealed by its practice of the image printed in screen-printing workshop. She carries it gradually in a surreal nature, which blurs the clear lines of the illustration. The fictional universe that he builds tightly binds him to the realm of music that calls him to create visuals close to a certain fantasy and a utopian world.
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Arantxa Rueda is an artist & illustrator living in Barcelona. She specialized in collage and her style is characterized by minimalism, sensitive, femininity and mixed technique.
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Loves Spain, food, sea, seafood, Spain, sun, movies, music & Spain.
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London based Finnish artist/illustrator
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Freelance writer, editor and content strategist in Hong Kong. Originally from Vancouver, Canada and have lived in Amsterdam before relocating to Asia.
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Co-founder of RYOKO senses salon in Berlin-Neukölln. Fascinated especially by the wonder and ability of our sense of smell, I am a creator of natural perfumes, also as a massage-beauty-aroma therapist I see how our senses interact within our body system and impact on our body, mind and sprit. Born in Japan, used to live in Paris, Sydney and I have been in Berlin since 2013.
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German-Italian photographer based in Berlin.
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