One of the first places I felt at home when moving to Toronto. Imagine a living room transformed into a wonderful Vietnamese inspired (snack)bar. Great food and beverages that get you very, very drunk.
Delicious Middle Eastern food. Yes, the place is small. Yes, the music can get kind of loud. But the staff and food definitely make up for it. It's that kind of place you go to on a Friday night with your friends and end up ordering way too much food and drinks.
Aaron is a graphic designer basing in Taipei and now having a career break in Antwerp. He deals with details subtly, yet his visual presentation is highly provocative and ambitious and has brought novel imagination and shaped a new landscape in the sinophone pop music industry, as well as publishing and performing arts. He is a member of AGI.
Louise Mertens runs an art studio based in Antwerp, Belgium.
Her work as an art director became a trademark of herself. The studio became a place where her personal artwork and carefully selected client work come together.
Her visual world combines the admiration for human forms & futurism with purity, sophistication and the incomprehensible.
Her eye for aesthetics leads to international client projects ranging from concepts, campaign visuals & art direction to designing identities, covers & many more.
Woche is a collection of jewelry that can be worn on a daily basis until it almost becomes second skin. Its name translates to ‘week’ in German. Wearing these pieces makes them adjust to the body, with small changes in patina, colour and shape.
The Belgian label, established in 2016 by Clarisse Bruynbroeck, does not work according to a seasonal approach but rather evolves through time as an unfettered collection. Coincidence and imperfection are aspects that return within the handmade pieces, in shape, material and technique. The apparent fragility only contributes to the aesthetics and does not affect the wearability of the jewelry.