Here is another place packed with visual stimuli, along with weird smells and busy sidewalks. I love roaming through all the shops, venturing deep down the aisles to hunting for all things odd and unknown. So much to see, I wish I had extra eyes!
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The is an old geisterbahnhof, or railway station, in the Prenzlauer Berg district of Berlin, Germany. It is served by the Berlin S-Bahn and the M13 line of the Berlin Straßenbahn. The station opened on October 1, 1935, at the junction of the Nordbahn line from Berlin to Stralsund with the railway line to Szczecin where the eponymous street named after Bornholm Island crossed the tracks. As Bornholmer Straße station lay right at the Berlin Wall it was closed on August 13, 1961, turning it into one of Berlin's ghost stations, passed by eastern and western S-Bahn trains without stopping. After German reunification Bornholmer Straße was reopened on December 22, 1990. Today, you can still go there to see remnants of the wall, and where people flooded in when the wall came down in 1989. (In the evening of November 9, 1989, thousands of East Berliners and GDR citizens assembled at the bridge demanding entry to West Berlin. At 9.20 p.m. local guards were the first to open the checkpoint and allow people passing through freely to West Berlin, where they were greeted enthusiastically. The event marked the commencement of the fall of the Berlin Wall.).
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Astar is a new café just opened around my neighborhood, and I am glad it opened! The decoration is cute, with lots of old furniture, including tables and chairs from elementary schools. The owner is only 29 years old, who had a dream of having a shop selling everything, so he started saving money since 15. It certainly brought a new atmosphere to the area, where is known for financial centre. Since the owner was a bartender at a famous bar in Taipei, don’t forget to order a customized cocktail not on the menu!
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As preposterous as this sounds I think there are few ills that can’t be cured by sitting lazily on a stack of rugs in Liberty and allowing the patterns to wash over you in a warm, and slightly itchy, haze. If you don’t believe me try it. The second you step off the main shopping area the sound and lights dim, the rugs beg to be touched, and all your worries seem to disappear.
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There is absolutely no reason to go to this museum, which is the very reason why you should go! If you're stuck on run-of-the-mill, socially-relevant, highly-educational museum experiences, then Chuck E. Cheese would be more enlightening, but if your idea of a good afternoon is sifting through hand-made treasures at an alzheimer patients rummage sale, then I've got your spot! It's very small, dimly lit, and not many of the displays actually function, but it does encapsulate a very distinct, random, getting-away-with-it spirit, which courses through the finest of Los Angelenos.
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This lively bar is located in the heart of Pigalle. I love to spend time there as soon as it gets warmer. This good spot is the meeting place of many artists, and nice people.
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Posted by Saori Ichikawa
This bar is located in the residential area of Kyodo. It opens Monday to Saturday. People come after work, they start to chat naturally with the owner and other customers. Drinks are always excellent but also the food is marvelous.
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Timeless and relaxed.
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A gallery I like to visit when I am in Paris, amazing space, great selection of artists and a welcoming team. And also a really gorgeous staircase.
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Catalan food. Try to book it in advanced!
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Set amongst one of my favourite housing estates in London – the Brunswick, Renoir cinema shows art-house films in it's two small but comfortable screens. I come here at least twice a month, and always on my own.
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The walk along the South Bank from Westminster to Tower Bridge will take you past a plethora or interesting sights and cultural hotspots. There's always something interesting going on too.
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I'm a french freelance photographer and illustrator, based in Nancy (north-eastern France). After studies of Applied Arts and a few experiences as a colorist and drawer, I devote myself to analog photography. I explore different themes through this media, like the relation between humans and nature, nostalgia, expression of the self, but also the parallel between desolated places and solitude of beings.  
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Freelance Illustrator Taipei and San Francisco raised, NYC based.
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Illustrator and artist based in Brighton UK
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Andrea Sullivan is a Sydney based artist. She has lived in Fontainebleau, London, Toronto and New York. Her vibrant works are assembled testaments to her travels and their time laboured intensity and beauty are a myriad of these experiences. Her work is held in private collections the world over and has shown in NYC and Sydney.
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Emma Kisiel is a photography artist and founder/editor of the online artist index, Muybridge's Horse. In her work, Kisiel explores the human experience of animals and nature and documents her physical closeness to animals, both living and dead. She is currently enjoying a quiet life exploring eastern Kansas and preparing to begin graduate school.
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Multimedia adventurer and radio girl. I curate content at Sónar+D, organize a thing called Dorkbot Barcelona, and manage communications for a couple of music technology companies. I also do radio stuff at www.xrcb.cat. From time to time, I dj.
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Petros Chrisostomou is an artist born in London, 1981 to Greek Cypriot parents. He decided to move to New York City having spent his life in London previously. He was a resident on the International Studio and Curatorial Program, New York. Recent selected exhibitions include Vertigo at Galerie Xippas, Geneva as well as Paris photo LA, at Paramount Pictures Studios in Los Angeles. 2013. He has also exhibited in Plastic Lemons, Spring Projects, London (2011), Revolver, Galerie Xippas, Montevideo (2010), Artists for Athens, The Breeder/Athens Playroom, Athens (2010), Fresh Faced and Wild Eyed, The Photographers Gallery, London (2009), In Present Tense-Young Greek Artists, EMST National Museum of Contemporary Art, Athens (2008).
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Jenny Odell is a Bay Area native/captive who makes art from Google satellite imagery. (Portentiously, Odell was born not 6 miles from where the Google Headquarters would eventually be.) Her work attempts to bring into focus the specificity and fragility of human existence by cataloguing its structures: swimming pools, parking lots, billboards, etc. Her work has been featured at the Google Headquarters and Les Rencontres D'Arles in France, as well as on the NPR Picture Show, Rhizome, Gizmodo, ESPN Magazine, Die Zeit, NEON Magazine, Elephant Magazine, and most bizarrely, a Belgian TV guide that came in the mail with an assortment of gorilla stickers.
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Helmut Smits is multidisciplinary visual artist. Straightforward, critical and witty, Smits is a ceaseless producer of ideas that comment on society and situations in a frank and often humorous way.
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Jaco is founder and creative director of Jaco & Co. They are primarily an interior design and build company working in the hospitality and commercial sectors. They conceptualise bars and restaurants from their very inception, providing a full brand identity service that manifests in print, on screen and 3D, surface-driven environments.
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Artist- Designer - Ceramicist - co-operation enthusiast in Bristol and London
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Weekends is a design studio with a passion for interior design, branding, concept, and creative consulting. With studios in Paris and Los Angeles we specialize in introducing emerging brands to international markets
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Having recently graduated from the University of Brighton, with a First Class Honours in Graphic Design, I have just moved to London to start my new role as a Graphic Designer at Announcement Creative/ The Anonymous Partner.
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Hi anyone! I am a creative thinker, visual creator and curious explorer with a deep love for human minds + inspiring beautiful communication. I am a firm believer there's soul and essence to anything. And life is an infinite source of discovery. - Currently self-employed and based in Munich
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