Some of the most memorable experiences I've had is at the Art Gallery of Ontario. Strolling through this historic building always brings back feelings of nostalgia and inspiration. It's a great place to go on a first date. Or spend it with a friend, conversing about the vast artwork it contains. Or most often spent just to treat myself for a few hours. This is my safe space.
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The Brooklyn Museum is a great place to visit for contemporary and historical exhibitions, showcasing a range of international and local artists as well as its socially engaging and creative program it also hosts a party on the first Friday of every month. Its a great place to see performances (like these two cool cats) and mingle with the locals in the neighbourhood as well as art enthusiasts who come from afar to get down together and party in between the Rodin sculptures.
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Beautiful cafe / shop with objects and goods for the home. A place to spend some time in, chill, sip your coffee and buy some things.
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Need some socks? Need some pants? Bacon wrapped hot dogs? Remote control helicopter? A rabbit? Look no further than the Fashion District, L.A.'s version of a Turkish Bazaar. I keep my studio here, too.
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You like homemade pastas? Here is the temple!
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View from Gondolen Restaurant. Great restaurant and bar with Stockholms best city view.
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A great place with a city panorama on the rooftop
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I'm a huge Japanophile: if there's one other place I'd like to live, it's Tokyo. I must have been there seven or eight times, most recently just after the Tohoku earthquake and tsunami. Anyway, EN is a gem on Hudson Street, serving real Japanese cuisine. It turns out that EN is a chain in Japan; there are a lot of branches making lovely bosky food in cosy neighbourhood locations. But their New York incarnation is grand in scale and ambition, with solid, warm interiors (not unlike if the Whitney were a Japanese restaurant, oddly) - a remarkable hybrid of this city, and the other one that I'd love to live in.
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For Didierea Trolli, Cyphostemma bainessii and other astonishing creatures from the family of the succulents, take a stroll through the six glasshouses, situated a bit outside the city center along the lakefront.
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One of the last bookstores in the city that specialises in Art & Design books.
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Wonderful place for an indulgent afternoon tea. My favourite room is the millennial pink bathed Gallery room where the walls are covered in a sea of original David Shrigley art. The bathrooms feature beautifully designed individual egg-like pods and there's even a waiter whose sole focus is to serve you caviar.
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Chez Jeanette is a cool bar to hang out in located on the same street where I have lived since I was two years old. Many trendy young people hang out here everyday where one can listen to good music whilst sipping nice drinks.
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Lena Müller is an artist living and working near Nuremberg, where she studied art at the Academy of Fine Arts between 2005 and 2010. The majority of her work reflects her fascination for nature and natural sciences, especially her interest in the field of microcosm and macrocosm: „What I am doing is a kind of a philosophical circling around questions of time, space, origin, human existence, cosmos, composition and mystery. Regarding the form, it is the experimental play with a reduced stylistic idiom, made with  different tools, materials and techniques, what is exciting for me. Finally I like to create abstracted worlds which give the viewer, and also myself during the artistic process, the freedom to develop our own thoughts and imaginations and to discover the new.“
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mother * artist * author * shop owner www.shop-generalstore.com
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Adrian Westaway Co-founder & Director of Technology and Magic at Special Projects Adrian is an inventor, engineer and experience designer on a mission to make the human-technology interaction meaningful and delightful. As co-founder of Special Projects he harnesses technology, inclusive research and magic thinking to devise design propositions that feel familiar yet wondrous. A self-taught magician since the age of 11 and full member of the Magic Circle, he relentlessly pursues his conviction that “designers should use magic thinking and try to introduce surprise, delight and fuzzy feeling in the things they create.” After becoming the first ever James Dyson Fellow in 2007, and a Fellow of the Royal Commission of 1851, in 2010, for his work on interactive lighting systems, Adrian built a playground in Peru, had whisky with Derren Brown as a student in Bristol, and tried to make his teachers disappear. His contagious passion for magic and engineering made him a beloved tutor and lecturer in Design & Innovation at Queen Mary University and the Royal College of Art, in London and a visiting faculty member at the Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design. There he teaches ‘Magic and Design’, a nomadic workshop where students are introduced to methods of using design and technology to create enchanted products and experiences.
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French independent graphic and type designer based in Amsterdam
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Theo Gennitsakis is a Paris based illustrator and art director, two years ago he founded his own agency La Surprise. Theo has worked for major brands such as Nike, Hermes, Adidas, Chanel and Motorola to name a few. His main inspiration are girls as he think they are the most beautiful thing in the world.
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Wide interest, but passionate about good food & cooking and nature. That's why I could use some help in the city! Love music (quite omnivorous), meeting new people, just walking around.
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Photographer based in Cape Town, South Africa. Working exclusively with analog cameras, achieved an Honors degree in photography via the University of the Arts London.
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Visual artist and designer
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Larissa Kasper (b. 1986) is a swiss typographer and graphic designer. After graduating in ‘Visual Communication’ at Zurich University of the Arts she’s currently living and working in St.Gallen, Switzerland. Together with Rosario Florio they form the collaborative studio Kasper-Florio, where they work on various commissions in the cultural field, art, fashion and music.
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Eve is an Illustrator from London who's work focuses on women, nature and equality.
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Amsterdam based illustrator Sue Doeksen (1982) creates worlds that are overpopulated with bright colors, friendly shapes, layered or light concepts and hidden jokes. Mediums ranging from physical, digital, pencil-drawn, paper-cut, and animated. Juggling commercial and personal project balls she is often overwhelmed because there are so many visual adventures to be made at the same time and therefore wishes there were just many more hours in a day.
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creative director at DesignStudio NYC
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