An eclectic café located in the heart of Tel Aviv, Sheleg is the perfect place to brunch. While it may be hard to choose a place amongst the many wonderful cafés in Tel Aviv, Sheleg offers a classic and simply delicious Mediterranean menu. Filled with antique souvenirs, you feel like you are stepping back in time. Recommendations: black coffee, fresh squeezed orange juice, "bread break", and toast with raw tehina + date honey.
A beautiful luncheonette situated in the heart of Portland, Måurice is a haven in the city. Blending French & Nordic cuisines, you can't help but slow down, breathe in, and enjoy the finer things in life. You'll find fresh flowers on every table, one of the many touches that make this place special. It has become my favourite place to dine in Portland, and quite possibly the world.
Recommendations: the daily quiche, a glass of rosé, and a currant + rosemary scone.
Florence may be beautiful, but with the amount of tourists it can get quite overwhelming. Todo Modo is a wonderful escape located near the centre that provides a space to sit, sip, read, and reflect. A quaint bookstore in the front, with a bar/café in the back, Todo Modo is one of my favourites in Florence. The hanging plants, the smell of books, the wood covered interior, all provide a cosy nook to sink into. Recommendations: a glass of chianti classico + a pen and journal.
Searching for a place to slow down and breathe in the bustling centre of Barcelona may be challenging, but Bar Cugat provides a solution: a timeless bar situated in Eixample, with an elegant yet low-key atmosphere. While originally stopping in for a quick coffee, we found ourselves returning an hour later for a wonderful dinner. The clean yet eclectic interior (with an Art Nouveau poster to boot) is a great place to dine, any day of the week. Recommendations: classic tapas + vermut.
Bratislav Milenkovic is an illustrator based in Belgrade, Serbia where he graduated from the Faculty of Applied Arts. Having been a freelance illustrator for the past couple of years, Bratislav had the opportunity to work with a wide range of editorial clients from all around the world. While working on assignments or just flicking through the archives of vintage illustration, his dog Vito keeps an eye on him in the studio at all times. For Bratislav, the best way to start the day is a morning chat with his girlfriend, over a cup of a good pour over coffee.
Digital Artist Duo. 3D animation & art direction. Storytelling through digital mediums. Telling stories of the internet & society. Commissioned and self-initiated projects. Originally from Serbia, currently living and working in Amsterdam