Fantastic food in a cozy, intimate restaurant - where you can sit at the bar and see the chefs expertly doing their culinary thing with style and ease.
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Tankstell is a melting pot of good music, nice talks and discussions, small markets or simply a cosy bar to have a cold beer after work. Its name is swiss german for gasoline station.
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A multidisciplinary artistic space that aims to disseminate and showcase the creative work and contemporary artistic expressions of the city. In MISCELANEA, art, design and audiovisual creation converge with all kinds of independent cultural events, with the aim of always offering innovative creative proposals combined with new forms of expression.
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This is my new local cafe. Healthy food, lovely people and great atmosphere. My favourites are the kyuri cleanse juice, the Avodon and the Joy's salad. Great place for meetings too.
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I discovered this warehouse / shop few months ago, but I was very annoyed at myself for the fact that I so often passed by and never noticed it. It is an endless world of leathers and accessories and tools for its work, along with a magnificent Art Nouveau façade that invites everyone to come and enjoy the amiability of the owners.
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Delicious Middle Eastern food. Yes, the place is small. Yes, the music can get kind of loud. But the staff and food definitely make up for it. It's that kind of place you go to on a Friday night with your friends and end up ordering way too much food and drinks.
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This is a little general but there’s so many great cinemas in London, I can’t choose just one. I probably go to Screen on the Green most often as it’s nearby and shows great films, has really comfortable armchairs and serve drinks to your seat as well as hosting director Q&As and late night screenings. Other favourites include: Curzon Mayfair, Renoir, NFT, Barbican and Prince Charles cinema where I’ve been to a great Movie Maths triple bill; RoboCop + The Raid = Dredd. I can’t get rid of anything so compile all my tickets in a file chronologically, which also serves as a map of where I was living at any one time; depending on which cinemas I frequented the most.
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Surrounded by the growing business area of Amsterdam Zuid, this modernist historic monument from the 60's oozes freedom. The clash of strict, grey, practical architecture of Gerrit Rietveld with the chaotic, colourful, anarchic bustle of art students working in these spaces is amazing. The 5 years I spend here as a student changed my life and shaped me to a great extend to who I am today. Now, temporarily walking these corridors again as a guest teacher, I realise how much I had missed this place since graduating 8 years ago. This is not a common art school. It's a family, a movement with a very personal and radical approach. Many students coming for a temporary exchange end up staying, because after wandering through this twisted Mondrian painting you will never be the same…
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The most special and charming place to get art supplies and materials. L. Cornelissen & Son shop is an artwork in itself and one of a kind. The staff are incredibly knowledgeable and kind and is always a delight to stop by.
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I love this excellent independent arthouse theater in the Lower East side. Metrograph projects archive quality 35mm and independent films. Tastefully decorated, there is also a candy store, bookstore and restaurant.
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Once a month I go to Jose's Hairdresser salon to cut my hair. Is an small place, simple and nice placed very near from my home, Jose cuts my hair exactly as I like it to do and the treatment is excellent: he is kind, but he doesn't speak too much, something rare in the field of hairdressers. With no doubt is one of my indispensable places of Barcelona.
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My name is Annelie Carlström and I work as an illustrator based in Stockholm, Sweden. I love books, fashion, art and animals! And my lovely daughter Rut. 
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I’m Barcelona-based graphic designer and art director. I work on both printed and digital media, focusing on art direction, corporate and visual identities, books, magazines, web design and typography. My field of work also includes conceptualization, signage systems, development of campaigns as well as other media communications. In recent years, I have worked for studios such as Folch, Clase and Firma. Currently, I am Head of Design at Séptimo, a branding and design office based in Barcelona. I also cater to national and international clients across an open range of fields providing freelance art direction and graphic design. Some of the most renowned clients I've worked for as freelance are Nike, Lacoste or Bershka.
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DOMENICO DE CHIRICO: ITALY, INDEPENDENT CURATOR. Domenico de Chirico is an independent curator from Italy. Born in Bari in 1983, he lives and works in Milan. From 2011 until 2015 he was a professor in "Visual Culture" and "Trend Research" at Milan’s European Institute of Design (IED). He collaborates with a number of international artists, galleries, institutions, art fairs, art prizes, and magazines worldwide. He has been artistic director at DAMA Fair, Turin since 2016. He was also a visiting tutor at Goldsmiths, University of London (2018). Upcoming exhibitions and researches (2019/20): Accademia di belle arti di Urbino, academy of fine arts located in Urbino, Marche, Italy (guest lecturer); Bienvenue Art Fair, Paris (prize jury member); Fotopub Festival, Novo Mesto, Slovenia (guest lecturer). Exhibitions in various venues and cities, among which: Turin, Milan, Berlin, Munich, Lisbon, Miami, Brescia, Istanbul, Florence, Venice, Rome, Prague, Mallorca, and so forth.
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Lucas Levitan is an illustrator today, filmmaker last week, photographer last month and art director last year. A new cycle might start again soon. A few years ago, whilst lunch break walking on Redchurch Street in East London, a brick fell from the 4th floor scaffolding of a building site and missed his head by millimeters. It made him think he should be doing more or what he loves, drawing. It was a turning point. That same moment he went back to the office he used to work for and resigned. Now he's lost and happier.
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I'm a Dutch graphic designer and art director based in Amsterdam and founder of graphic design studio Mainstudio.
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Digital Art Director working in London.
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Ward Roberts was born in Australia, and after living abroad in Hong Kong for a number of years, he relocated to Melbourne in 1994. Ward graduated with distinction from RMIT university in 2008 with a Bachelor of Arts in photography.
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Simona Sharafudinov is an artist living and working in London. Born in Eastern Europe, emigrating to London at an early age she has been a Londoner for over two decades. 
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Catarina Pereira is a London-based Designer and Art Director. She has worked with several renowned studios, most notably Saville Associates, John Morgan Studio, Winkreative, Construct and Kiku Obata, and has over ten years of experience specialising in editorial, branding, fashion and cultural work. She now works independently on a variety of projects under the Voodoo Voodoo umbrella, or as a freelancer with other creative studios. Catarina studied Communication Design at the Fine Art University of Lisbon and graduated from the Royal College of Art with a MA in Communication Art and Design.
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Jaap Smit (1989) is an Independent graphic designer/art director, specialised in book design, identity & logo design, webdesign and more. Next to client projects he works on self-initiated assignments. With his own projects the focus is on structuring facts/data. He utilises freely available information and creates graphic parameters to structure it, resulting in methodically-made and often humorous work. He graduated from the Royal Academy of Art, The Hague in 2017, Graphic Design, Bachelor of Arts.
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I’m what I like to call a Personal Jeweler, which means that nothing I make is pre-designed or manufactured. I believe that jewelry should be as distinct as the person who wears it. 
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La relación de Lola Giardino con la cerámica empezó en 2011, como medida para alejarse un poco del ordenador y encontrar en otros formatos una oportunidad para dar forma a sus creaciones. Después de probar distintas opciones, se enamoró de los materiales y la técnica, tanto que, un año más tarde, creó su propia marca: NonaBruna, gracias a la cual, disfruta de la imperfección haciendo piezas únicas con sus propias manos. Sus piezas se venden online en su página web y han salido en publicaciones internacionales como Vogue, Time Out, Freunde von Freunden y Kinfolk, entre otras. Además del espacio que le sirve para crear, NonaBruna también es el lugar desde el que Lola invita a todos a ‘Jugar con barro’, un taller para explorar la creatividad y materializarla. Lola se define como multifacética porque le resulta imposible quedarse con una sola etiqueta: es diseñadora, ceramista, fotógrafa, directora de arte, web designer, cocinera, coach y emprendedora. Y como parte de este concepto, es también es fundadora del Laboratorio Creativo.
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Creative Director between New York and Philadelphia
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A longing for the other, as well as encounters with the uncanny, inform the photographic language of Yuri Andries. The artist works both close to home or travels miles away to explore unknown territory. His images are characterized by a deliberate use of color and a keen sense of the graphic. They evince a serene aesthetic and a search for stillness. They hover between dream and reality, between reality that is not the truth and fiction that is not a lie. Yuri Andries holds an MA in Graphic Design from the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Ghent. During his Graphic Design studies, he developed an interest in photography, fascinated by the medium’s tense relation to reality and its function both as a documentary medium and a means to stimulate the imagination. Since 2016, he focuses on his own photographic projects which have been published in National Geographic, GUP Magazine, Ignant and Aint-Bad, among others.
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