They mainly sell art and cultural theory books but they also have a good selection of small press and self-published zines. It’s a great place to browse and get ideas.
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One of Providence's weirdest and best kept secrets. A holdover from the years from Providence was considered "the Jewelry capitol" of the US, Wolf E. Myrow is a vintage jewelry warehouse selling closeout jewelry supplies and wholesale jewelry findings. They've been around for fifty years and most of their stock is even older—you could wander around for hours and still only see a tiny portion of their collection of beads, tiny figurines, Swarovski crystals, and chandelier findings.
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This place offers the best brunch in the entire city of Detroit. Located at the Eastern Market, a place that changed in 3 years in many unexpected ways. You'll love it.
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LUX is an international arts agency that supports and promotes artists’ moving image practices and the ideas that surround them. Founded in 2002 as a charity and not-for-profit limited company, the organisation builds on a long lineage of predecessors (The London Film-Makers’ Co-operative, London Video Arts and The Lux Centre) which stretch back to the 1960s. The only organisation of its kind in the UK, LUX represents the country’s only significant collection of artists’ film and video, and is the largest distributor of such work in Europe. LUX works with a large number of major institutions including museums, galleries, festivals and educational establishments, as well as directly with the public and artists. The organisation’s main activities are distribution, exhibition, publishing, education, research, and professional development support for artists and arts professionals.
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A book shop with so many books that you can search for nothing but find anything. The owner is a member of the 70's french graphic design group Bazooka.
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Amazing Afro-Caribbean classics food.
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Although in possession of a very convincing white-cube space, Hoast adds flavour to their exhibition program with a generous portion of socially-minded neighbourhood events: be it a flea market as a way for artists to raise money for their proposed projects or a communal election-watching night with chilli con carne and vodka.
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You could spend hours looking through photographers portfolios and books.
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It feels like you wake up in a fairy tale house or another may name it as an alternative for marry poppins' place. If you want to escape from city and rest for a couple of days and re-charge, this village and house might be your secret spot. If you are a photographer! , this is a beautiful place for a possible photo shoot - for a project with a good budget
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This is the oldest market in Florence, it takes place in Piazza Santo Spirito the 3rd sunday of the month (except for August and December) from 8am to sundown (which can be from 4 pm to 7pm depending on the season). All the people that sells in this market are local farmers from Tuscany and the products on display are all made using natural or ancient methods without the use of synthetic products. The products admitted to Fierucola are characterized by their simplicity & originality, inspired by agricultural and artisan traditions, especially those who are disappearing. Everything is produced in small scale, following the seasons. You can find a vast array of things here, from spices, vegetables and fruit, cheese, bread, vegan products, jam and preserves, hand made shoes, dried flowers, wire and straw basket, plants and textiles, flours, fermented beverages, miso, jewelry, pottery and wooden toys for kids. If you don't like this kind of shopping, this event still deserves a visit if you like to do people-watching. This is the place where you'll find most of the florentine people on sunday morning.
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Artificial waterfalls in a natural park, where both maintenance and entertainment coexist.
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Beautiful canal across london. A nice part is between Angel and Victoria Park.
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Marietta Varga was born in Hungary. She completed her studies, BA in Photography at Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design between 2013-2016. Currently living and working in Budapest.
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Tom Uferas is the founder of République Studio, an award-winning creative direction and graphic design practice based in Paris.
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Multidisciplinary designer based in Lugano, Switzerland
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Marc Philip van Kempen (1979) is a Dutch artist living in Amsterdam and Berlin. Much of his practice consists out of life-sized threedimensional reconstructions of media images that result in a kind of ‘spatial collage’. His work brings elements of photography, sculpture and new media together in unconventional ways, challenging the viewers perspective.
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Angela Stempel is a Venezuelan-American artist born in California and raised in Caracas. Her work is inspired by people, rhythm, color and drippy shapes. From these influences she constructs narrative and abstract animated films, installation and illustrations.
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Hi I'm a stills and motion photographer living in Berlin Germany, but have worked for numerous clients, magazines and agencies on projects all around the world.  “Lars’ cinematic photographs follow a timeless aesthetic driven by his search for authenticity. With great practice and understanding of natural light he is looking for that magic moment that is able to touch our minds and hearts. This way Lars creates a broad spectrum of imagery depicting live in all different shades and colours. There is a naturalism in his visual reaction to people, situations or landscapes, which creates the certain strength and universal beauty of his evocative photography. Whether he is working on a large-scale commercial shoot, an intimate portrait session or a personal project, Lars is able to strip away the artificial, get close to the people and capture something real.”  (J.C.)
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Musician and artist from Houston, Texas now living in Los Angeles.
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Tanya is a multilingual and bicultural Design Director based in New York with experience in branding, art direction, advertising, packaging, print design and web.
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Katja Mater is a visual artist and filmmaker, interested in revealing a different or alternative (experience of) reality through capturing the areas where optical media hardly behave like the human eye, recording events that simultaneously can and cannot be – holding midway between information and interpretation. Next to her artist practice Mater is editor and art director for Girls Like Us Magazine; An independent magazine turning the spotlight on an international expanding community of lesbians and queers within arts, culture and activism. Through personal stories, essays and vanguard visuals Girls Like Us unfolds feminist legacies in arts, design and writing. Mixing politics with pleasure, the magazine maps collaborative routes towards a non-patriarchal future.
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Boutique Wholesale and PR Agency Owner
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PeBe is the artistic alias for Pablo Benito. Born in Barcelona in 1987, he studied graphic design at Elisava, school of design and engineering of his city. His personal design vision is very focused on colour, geometrics, typography and illustration. In 2014 he founded his own design studio, and since then he have been working with several national and international companies such as RedBull, LaCaixa, Repsol, ICUB and the Barcelona city council. In 2015 he launched his online shop, a place to share his big passion for illustration. In the last couple of years he realized several exhibitions around different cities in Spain. During two consecutive years, he also participated to the Barcelona Designers Collective as one of the new incoming artists. Some very important media as The Guardian, Die welt, Fact Magazine or El País also echoed his work in the last years.
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Flaminguettes is a girl-girl creative duo from Mexico City that explores live action, installation, design and animation to create vibrant pieces in bold splashes of color. After a career as designers, animators and directors in recognized animation studios, Mara Soler and Daniela Villanueva decided to team up to explore a more personal, playful and feminine side of their work. This duo specializes in directing, creating and crafting high end visuals for a wide range of clients and situations. Mara and Daniela are members of AGI / Alliance Graphique Internationale since 2015.
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Liana Jegers is an illustrator in Los Angeles, CA. She spends a great deal of her time working on the monthly publication The Smudge with her partner and owner of Tan & Loose Press, Clay Hickson.
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Product Designer based in London
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