Old refurbished car workshop that is now divided into three parts: exhibition space, bookshop specialized in photobooks and a cafe. It is the only place in the city where you can have a drink, listen to a Velvet Underground vinyl, and transport it anywhere through a photobook or an exhibition.
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Posted by Michael Szivos
This is my local spot and one of my bad habits. The bartenders make sure I don't do anything to embarrassing and its full of regulars. Has dangerously replaced my living room. It's one of the only real dive bars on Smith street. Layers of funkiness help keep away the frat boys and bachelorette parties. Never closes before 4am so all the other neighborhood bartenders, cooks, and waiters stop by after work. Needless to say that only the best business decisions get made here!
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The finest artisan Italian ice cream in the heart of London.
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New shop in Paris opened by the Pain o Chokolat Crew (street hip hop crew). The Pigalle shop stocks exclusive street culture brands from across the globe. You’ll always meet a bunch of international people when visiting the shop. The Pigalle shop has the hype of street culture but the underlying feelings of a classic shop and the staff is very helpful and friendly.
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Nice place to listen to live music and drink a god beer
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Yes, we do love mozzarella and pizzas. The cocktails are pretty nice too. And we also love Olimpia Zagnoli's illustrations :)
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First retail outlet of a bakery brand who has already been enjoying long time support from their community through bakery workshops and online delivery. Other then the premium ingredients and creative flavor making, the shop itself is quite neat in terms of the location down the historic alley and beautiful interior. Staffs are humble too. 
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It is hard to describe exactly what Keleketla! Library is as it is a space that resists definition. Keleketla! is a movement / creative philosophy / artwork / space for conversation. Go check them out and find out for yourself...
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It's rare for tourists to go to the Tohoku (Northeast) Region of Japan except for Sendai (the capital). I've been there a couple of times for a design residency. It's good to use Rikuzentakata as the base. I highly recommend Hakoneyama Terrace. It has a nice view, they serve good food and the accommodation is good.
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The National Archaeological Museum of Athens is the largest archaeological museum in Greece and one of the most important museums in the world. It was founded in 1829 and has been housed in its current neoclassical building since 1889. The museum houses a vast collection of ancient Greek art and artifacts that span over 5,000 years of Greek history, from the prehistoric period to the Roman era. The collection includes sculptures, pottery, jewelry, metalwork, and other objects that provide insight into the daily life, religious practices, and artistic achievements of ancient Greece. One of the most impressive exhibits in the museum is the Mycenaean collection, which includes artifacts from the ancient city of Mycenae, including the famous golden mask of Agamemnon. The museum also has a large collection of sculptures from the classical period, including the bronze statue of Zeus or Poseidon, and the Artemision Bronze. The National Archaeological Museum of Athens has undergone several renovations and expansions over the years to accommodate its growing collection and improve the visitor experience. Today, the museum attracts thousands of visitors each year who come to marvel at the ancient treasures that are on display and learn about the rich cultural heritage of Greece.
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A creative studio space run by Scottish designer & maker Catherine Johnston. There are multiple studio spaces occupied by crafters and designers, with usually some kind of exhibition or event on.
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Beautiful park
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The cutest animation artist based in Budapest
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British-born graphic designer based in San Francisco.
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Linda Falang, born and raised in a small town right outside of Oslo. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Product design, and is currently situated in Sundsvall, Sweden, where she is studying for her Master’s degree in Design for all. In the future she wants to design products that are both attractive and available for everyone, with or without disabilities.
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Ahoy. Most of my time I spend with Work&Travel. Exploring, relaxing and getting inspired while trailing is the best way to have a break after a long project. Also meeting people, write and experience new stories of life is what makes not only a trip but also the creative work lasting longer.
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Designer / Animator / Illustrator
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Raul de la Cerda (1988), Mexican industrial designer. Trained as a designer in Mexico, Paris and Madrid, looking to have a proper understanding of design, to produce new proposals in products and spaces, always starting from a concept without forgetting his identity, his context and the essence of each project. In 2012, he became independent and started a design firm with his name, Raul de la Cerda. He has won several awards, like the first place in the category of "utilitarian object" in the National Silver Price "Hugo Salinas Price 2015". He has been in several exhibitions at fairs and museums like Desgin Week Mexico, Abieto Mexicano de Diseño, Salone del Mobile (Milan), Salone Satellite (Milan), Cervantes Academy (Madrid), Zona Maco (Mexico), The London Design Festival (London), The Franz Mayer Museum (Mexico), among others. His inspiration is life, the continuous curiosity about things, travel, art, his family, the people around him, his country; Mexico, his history and the passion and the desire to have to do things different.
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Visual artist, illustrator. Like to draw, dance and love.
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I'm an artist/ photographer based in London and Mumbai. I'm Interested in history, current affairs and cultural identity. I'm inspired by my immediate surroundings. I travel a lot and always make work in the places I visit. I often turn my attention towards architecture in order to examine the identity of the places I visit. I work intuitively in a documentary manner as it allows me more in depth involvement with my subject. I only use film/analogue processes, mainly mediaum and large formats. These are preferred as they are more precise and slower and aenable me to take time over the composition, to produce a more thoughtful and deliberate image, as compared with the snapshot/hit and run type of photography.
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Animator and director working out of Ithaca, NY.  Represented by Hornet.
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Ewa Doroszenko - intermedia artist, Doctor of Fine Arts, lives and works in Warsaw. Graduate of the Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń, scholarship holder of the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage of the Republic of Poland in 2019 and the City of Toruń in the field of culture in 2013 and 2011. A laureate of many international competitions, including Preview – Fait Gallery, Brno, 2016; Debuts 2018 – doc! photo magazine; Debut 2018 – Lithuanian Photographers Association; finalist of Noorderlicht International Photo Festival, 2021; Kranj Foto Fest, 2021; International Festival of Photography FIF BH – Brazil 2020; Athens Digital Arts Festival, 2020; GENERATE! Festival for Electronic Arts, 2019; Der Greif and the World Photography Organization open call, 2018; FILE Electronic Language International Festival, Sao Paulo, 2015; Gray House Foundation Competition, Krakow, 2011. Participant in numerous artist residency programmes, including Re_Act contemporary art laboratory in Portugal, Atelierhaus Salzamt Linz in Austria, The Island Resignified Lefkada in Greece, Petrohradska Kolektiv Prague in the Czech Republic, Klaipeda Culture Communication Center in Lithuania, AAVC Hangar Barcelona in Spain, Kunstnarhuset Messen Ålvik in Norway. Her works have been presented at the Starak Family Foundation in Warsaw, the Wozownia Art Gallery in Toruń, the Center for Contemporary Art in Toruń, Fait Gallery in Brno, Propaganda Gallery in Warsaw, Exgirlfriend Gallery in Berlin, Wroclaw Contemporary Museum.
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Kris is an animation director and designer from Austria, with an MA  from the Royal College of Art. She has a passion for collecting and  crafting beautiful objects, which she uses in her films. Kris lives and works in a beautiful old farmhouse in Hertfordshire.
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I'm a writer, editor & podcaster.
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French photographer and illustrator. Aesthetics is at the heart of my work and my daily life.
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Graphic designer and illustrator based in London, UK, born in Transylvania, Romania. Doing work that aims to inform, delight and inspire. Case studies and more details on iancul.com
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artist + designer based in brooklyn
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