This is a completely unexpected scenario in the heart of Shoreditch. The entrance is seamless, a standard corner-shop-type with a narrow door, leading downstairs to a peculiar setting in the basement. The drinks are carefully selected and mixed. There is always something to experiment that doesn’t disappoint.
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Fab coffee and cocktails in the city centre.
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You enter La Fidelity and will find a very classic Parisian Brasserie, probably almost empty. Maybe one or two people at the bar. In the middle of this place you will find the stairs that go down to the cave. Have fun!
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Love it or hate it...If I'm in NY I want to feel it and see it, the view here is just incredible. Pretty people, strong drinks and late nights...
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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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You've heard of Disneyland, but you must see the Abraham Lincoln animatronic at the end of Main Street near the entrance. He gives a super life-like impassioned speech about America that is very timely. 
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By far the best bagels in London, they are open 24 hours and being just down the road from my flat a bit too local. It is run by a man called Mr Sammy, who doesn't muck about with portion size. It is well worth a visit especially for their smoked salmon and cream cheese speciality.
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Grand Central is big and beautiful and it also periodically hosts free cultural events - poets at typewriters custom-composing poems on demand - or Alvin Ailey dancers performing in Artist, Nick Cave's horse suits!
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Whenever I feel uninspired I visit the (now genericly named) Design Museum, formerly known as Kunstindustrimuseet. Sort of the V&A of Copenhagen. An old museum filled with gorgeus fabrics, weird artifacts and a cozy library filled with books about arts & crafts from around the world. If you're still uninspired after a visit here you're not able to. Don't forget to have lunch in the beautiful center garden surrounding by the overgrown buildings, statues and old trees.
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One of the best bars in the summer. Nice bar with a good atmosphere and sun in evening
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Posted by Jen Osborne
Rixdorf is definitely my favourite area of Berlin, because it is a historic village within in Berlin. At the moment it is under heavy construction, and I found this strange, nearly taken-down building sitting in the middle of the quaint neighbourhood.
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Posted by Sarah Schroeder
Perfect for a quick coffee / juice / cake / lunch.
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Eve is an Illustrator from London who's work focuses on women, nature and equality.
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German born Dennis Schoenberg moved to London to study Film and Audio-Visual Production and subsequently completed an MA in Photography at Westminster University. Dennis then went on to work as a photographic assistant for Rankin at Dazed & Confused before moving to New York to assist Steven Klein. On returning to London Dennis became Studio Manager for Turner Prize winner Wolfgang Tillmans. Throughout this time Dennis built up a relationship with i-D Magazine for which he started working as a freelance photographer after having left his position at Wolfgang Tillmans. Since then Dennis has been working as a portrait and fashion photographer as well as a video director.
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Illustrator based in London
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Maybe stuck a bit in the 1920–70s Design Director at Koto http://studiokoto.co Editor of http://britishrailmanual.com
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Isabella Bunnell, illustrator and visual artist currently living in Glasgow
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Documentary Photographer based in New York
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On a hazy morning is a unique photography team with a fresh and playful eye for capturing the things we all love. Husband and wife team Andres and Joyce specialize in both commercial and editorial storytelling. Eternally curious, and with a passion for sustainability and green projects, they scour the globe seeking authentic moments and characters to create rich photographic narratives in a cinematic style, with magical light and lots of detail. When home in canal-side Amsterdam, they enjoy nature walks, home-made vegan pizzas, Twin Peaks, their cats and the fine, fine eye candy films of Wes Anderson.
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young designer living in BK
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Pablo lives and work in Paris.In 2011, after an internship in Steven Harrington's Studio, he cofounded Super Groupe, a graphic laboratory where illustration and it's applications lead.Through multidisciplinary such as video clip, motion design, animation, installation, Pablo's images are directly influenced by pop iconography, where you can meet dinosaures, street brawls and damsels in distress. He is also the third man of Solide, graphic design studio.
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I’m a British citizen currently studying product design at the Akershus Oslo University College. At the age of 4 my parents took me to Lanzarote, which was a pretty funky place to grow up! I moved to Oslo 11 years ago, where I worked as Harbourmaster at the Royal Norwegian Yachtclub until starting studying. I haven’t really found any nieche yet, but I enjoy trying to incorporate feelings into my work and trying to design an experience instead of just a product. I’m very inspired by my surroundings. I suppose I’m on some kind of creative journey at the moment, but I don’t really have a clue what I’m doing or where I’m going to end up. I use humour as a defense mechanism, worry too much and cry when I watch soppy movies.
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Sculptor living and working in Manchester
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An artist working primarily in photography, Laura Letinsky’s ideas and work are formed through a perspective that avails, perhaps insists upon, a particular kind of attention to the act of looking and of picturing. While materially different, in her photographic work, as with materials including porcelain and textiles, she wrangles with the personal and the intimate as it is visually, experientially, and quantitatively defined- and thus, confined-- by the social and the public. Along with making and thinking about art, teaching, designing (clothes, household items), growing (mostly vegetables), endorphins (running), and being a mom, she wonders what to eat for dinner tonight. A Professor at the University of Chicago since 1994, she’s received numerous awards including, recently, the Canada Council International Residency, Kunstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin. She's numerous publications including six monographs, her most recent book is Time's Assignation, Radius Books, 2017.
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A creative director running a film production company based in London. Passionate about travel, food, food, art and design and some more food.
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Liliana Castro, born and raised in Porto, Portugal, launched FES Agency - a PR agency for startups and tech projects - and SoftLanding Porto - a one-stop shop for startups setting up office in Porto/Portugal. Liliana is a dedicated do-er of things, with a special ability to get it all done even when working on multiple projects. Highly connected to Portugal’s startup scene, she also launched Portuguese Women in Tech, a community that showcases the awesome things Portuguese women are doing in the tech industry.
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