Going out in Chueca, the gay neighborhood of Madrid and grab a beer in the bars around is fun. One of my favorite programs is going to tranvestite´s concerts there.
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Typical french south store with very good olives and local products
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My favorite bar! Loud Rock N' Roll all week, cheap covers, delicious beers in bottles and on tap. The Outland is usually packed on Fridays and Saturdays, but during the week it is pretty relaxed. Its a great dive bar with a beautiful history, and great decor.
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A lovely park along the bay in the Mimo area of Miami. Lots of open spaces, enormous mature banyan trees that provide lots of shade and a creek full of crabs and little creatures that scurry about. Plus it has these amazing trees that appear to also be part vine. They are pretty magical looking, full of texture and great for art inspiration. 
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The village of Brocton is well known for having a number of timber-frame houses, but this house just stands out to me in particular. It was built in 1911 and is one of the most atmospheric and characterful houses you could possibly come across, in what is otherwise a quintessential English village.
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This funny design objects store is located in Ruzafa, next to the “Estación del Norte” train station. It’s interior design belongs to Masquespacio, and it invites the visitors to join a pop universe inspired by the 80’s Memphis geometric aesthetics. It’s main claim are original valencian design souvenirs, that try to run away from the typical random travel gifts. Gnomo is the right store for those who want to get a nice and original gift from Valencia. You will find jewelry, postcards, illustrations, paper craft and decor.
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Barlang (the cave) it's a small underground venue just off the Danube bank open on the weekends for concerts, contemporary art exhibitions, and art performances.
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Edicola 518 is the rebel kiosk for all lovers of beautiful paper goods. Founded on the 1st June 2016 by us, the Emergenze artists, this unique, state of the art bookshop took form on the remains of a historical newsstand in the heart of Perugia. Our line-up comes with a unique choice of independent magazines, artists' books, anarchic papers, fanzines and self produced books branded Emergenze Publishing, our very own publishing house – an eclectic range that can’t be found anywhere else in Italy
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Stepping in to the vibrant shop Scriptum in Oxford is like stepping in to a shop in Harry Potter. If you ever need a visionary prop – imagine... anything, this is the place to visit.
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Posted by Joan Wong
Warm and welcoming environment for dance.
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Favourite beach in summer. There's a long stretch of white sand with a camping site close to the water.
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An artist collective and exhibition venue in the industrial area of Lövholmen where I happen to have my studio :)
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Joana Chicau is a designer, coder, researcher - with a background dance. Her transdisciplinary project interweaves media design and web environments with choreographic practices. Chicau has been researching the intersection of the body with the constructed, designed, programmed environment, aiming at in widening the ways in which digital sciences is presented and made accessible to the public. She has been actively participating and organizing events with performances involving multi-location collaborative algorithmic improvisation, open discussions on gender equality and activism.
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I'm a graphic designer from Barcelona :)
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Natalie Christensen portrait - image by Genevieve Russell, Santa Fe, New Mexico
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Omani-Bahraini visual artist based in London.
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photographer, visual artist, visual story teller, founder of FiLBooks Istanbul, lecturer
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Animator/Designer based in Toronto
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Jordan Sullivan is an artist living and working in New York City.
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Integrated freelance designer from Cape Town but based in London.
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I was born in Saint-Jean d'Angély in the western part of France 23 years ago. I am in my finale year at École Camondo (Paris 14th arrondissement). I'm studying design and interior architecture. I like to work on public space, playing with landscapes and observing my surroundings. I try to travel as much as possible to discover new cultures and find inspiration for new uses and forms.
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Julien Pacaud is a digital collage artist, working also as an illustrator for press, music industry and advertisement.
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I'm an Austin based writer director.
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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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