At Casa Bonay you can find pretty much everything you need. First off all the hotel bar is one of the most beautiful rooms in Barcelona, if you, for some reason want to change the environment you can just walk through a door into Satan's coffee for some of the best coffee in town or look in the little shop for books, palm-patterned shirts and other pretty things.
They also host a lot of creative events here like movie screenings, beer tasting and talks.
One of Malta's most stunning locations in the middle of Valletta. This place was built in 1571 and was at that point the seat for the Grand Master of the Knights of St John. It's now partly the office of the president of Malta but the first floor are open to the public and the space is absolutely amazing.
Bendita Gloria is a graphic design studio run by Alba Rosell and Santi Fuster based in Barcelona. After studing graphic design and printing arts, they decided to start their own project in 2007. By now, they have experience in identity, editorial, packaging... but they don’t believe in these kind of tags anymore.
I´m Miguel Pang Ly, an illustrator born in Barcelona of cambodian and chinese parents.
My main interest is to explore the depths of a story & the unconscious through the illustrations.
Some of clients are SM, A buen paso, Windsor&Newton, Blind books, Mov Palavers...
Prizes: American illustration (2015, 2013), Latin American (2016, 2015, 2013) Bologna children´s book fair (2014), Premio Nazionale delle Arti 2012 per il design della comunicazione, Junceda Prize (2016)...
I'm from Vigo (Galicia) but I live in Barcelona since 2004. They say I'm a photographer, enthusiastic and stubborn. It's easy to see me around with an analog camera in my hand. My dreamlike world is as darkness and silver as my things, .
Amanda Fordyce is best known for her bold, colourful imagery - exploring the relationship between fashion and lifestyle. Fordyce’s approach explores many genres, her style is often rooted in reality yet highly aesthetic, playing with bold colours, shadows and unusual compositions, and always considerate of the small details that flawlessly capture the moment. Amanda currently splits her time between Barcelona, London and Melbourne.