The Nightingale is the antithesis of the hundreds of soulless gastropubs that a lot of decent pubs have recently become and remains everything a proper pub should be. Britain's pubs haven't had it easy lately. The smoking ban and the general effects of the recession have hammered the industry hard. The Nightingale continues to be what it has always been, a proper pub at the heart of the local community. Its annual charity walk has raised nearly £500,000 for good causes in over 30 years and it seems determined to do the things a pub should do and do them properly. Once inside you feel like you could be in a country pub instead of in the middle of South London. There's no jukebox and the TV is hardly ever on, but there’s a great atmosphere with a good set of locals and good drink and food. Bliss.
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We'd recommend every pasta dish from this place. Besides, the fake-forest surrounding is amazing.
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#1 in the city for old book smell and creaky wooden floors. Too small to find anything specific you’re looking for, good enough that you’ll find something else instead.
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Hands down the best wood fire pizza I've had in Brooklyn. Great for a date or if you're feeling fancy schmancy. (Also, don't sleep on the caesar salad here.)
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For all your pie needs, from savory to sweet.
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Nice wee pub on Leith walk. Not the rawest pub in Leith so probably a good shout for the type of person that might be reading this.
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Typical parisian market cher you can buy or eat food
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We are very into contemporary illustration that’s why we absolutly love Arts Factory. It’s an art gallery dedicated to the illustration French scene. It’s great. Just go, you will want to buy everything.
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It has several rooms with different ambients.
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This funny design objects store is located in Ruzafa, next to the “Estación del Norte” train station. It’s interior design belongs to Masquespacio, and it invites the visitors to join a pop universe inspired by the 80’s Memphis geometric aesthetics. It’s main claim are original valencian design souvenirs, that try to run away from the typical random travel gifts. Gnomo is the right store for those who want to get a nice and original gift from Valencia. You will find jewelry, postcards, illustrations, paper craft and decor.
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Recommended by my friend and talented illustrator, Isabel Castillo Guijarro, this spot makes incredible cappuccinos and is in one of my favorite NYC buildings, the WoolWorth Building
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A kind of Claustrophobia. At the moment an exhibition about "documentary sculptures" (Eyal Weizman) - three-dimensional prints made from scans of crime scenes.
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Liz is the Founder and Director of Print Club Ltd, an online source for limited edition, fine art silkscreen prints.
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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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Modern Desert Magic.  Surreal Minimalism.
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I was Born in the sunny lands of Tenerife, holiday destination of millions of people, I grew up there and moved to Madrid when I was 18. Studied Environmental Sciences and discovered my vocation in photography at the same time, and nowadays combine both. A sustainable living is my goal and I'll do my best for photography to be my way to get it. Tenerife is a great place to visit, though at the same time because of the tourism the island has been distroyed and overcrowded in many areas. But luckily there are still many great places to enjoy the original nature.  
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Italian art director and journalist, founder studio Tomo Tomo 
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Collectors Cabinet in the city of Brussels  Vintage * art * design * furniture 
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Oliver Ibsen resides in Antwerp. He's a convinced feminist.
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Jurgen Maelfeyt is an art director from Ghent. Founder of design studio 6'56" and independent publishing house Art Paper Editions
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Ozlenen Ozbicerler is a graphic designer from Istanbul who currently lives and operates in Portland, Maine. She studies graphic design at Maine College of Art and works for the award-winning creative agency PULP + WIRE. Her specialty is editorial design, branding and art direction.
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Textile designer, focused on the role of textiles in relation to bodies, language, ways of inhabiting spaces and its development of different cultures. Currently living in Brussels and working between Colombia and Belgium.
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Antti Kalevi is an artist and illustrator currently based in Helsinki, Finland. His works are featured in, among others, ANTI Magazine, dpi Magazine, Printed Pages and SPUR Japan. Antti’s long list of international clients include The New York Times, Finlandia Vodka, Kauniste, ELLE Italia and Universal Music. He is represented by Agent Pekka in Europe and the US.
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Madoka Rindal is an independent potter living in Paris.
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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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Graphic designer from Norway currently designing in Luzern, Switzerland.
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Hi! My name is Lianne and I am an illustrator based in Haarlem. I love to go to the museum, art galleries and unique little shops and I will share them with you all, here!
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