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This is local art center with periodic exhibitions.
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The HB pier is one of my favorite spots to walk and shoot photos.
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Our favorite Thai restaurant with a separate vegan menu!
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RVCA's Surf and Skate Headquarters
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Our favorite vegan restaurant in Orange County!
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The best skateboard shop in town.
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This place offers a vegan ramen and stays open late.
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Great place for avocado sandwiches, and the best chips and Guacamole.
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Kodai Iwamoto (born in Kagoshima, Japan) starts his study of product design at Kobe Design University in Japan. While a bachelor's degree there, he joined a DESIGN SOIL, which is an educational design project by teaching staff and students. Through the project, he had participated in several international design fairs such as Milan Design Week. After the study in Kobe, he then moved to Lausanne in Switzerland, where he lived for 2 years to gain practical skills at master course in ECAL( École cantonale d'art de Lausanne ). After life in Lausanne, he moved his base to Tokyo and has been actively working with some furniture brands both in Japan and abroad.
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Film director & Artist based in London and Rome
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COLOR / STORY Brandi Katherine Herrera is a multidisciplinary artist, poet, and translator, whose work in text, image, and sound explores the poetics of space. She is the author of Mutterfarbe, a full-length work of color theory, experimental translation, photography, and poems using Johann Wolfgang von Goethe’s Zur Farbenlehre as a primary source; and Natürlicher, a chapbook-length work of color theory, experimental translation, and poems (both Broken Cloud Press, 2016); a co-author of MAR, a collaborative artist book + limited-edition chapbook of photography, marrings, and poems (Lute & Cleat, 2018); and the co-editor of The Lake Rises, a Witness Post Series anthology of poems (Stockport Flats, 2013). Her work is held in the Seattle Art Museum’s permanent collection, Yale University’s Faber Birren Collection of Books on Color, UCLA’s Louise M. Darling Library, University at Buffalo’s Poetry Collection, and Reed College’s Special Collections & Archives, and has been featured in a number of solo + group exhibitions, performance series, and publications, including: the Seattle Art Museum, Cube Gallery, 23 Sandy Gallery, Creative Mornings, Poetry Press Week, Pure Surface, The Volta, Octopus Magazine, The Common, Poor Claudia, Word/For Word, Thru Magazine, Borderlands Texas Poetry Review, and Womenspeak PDX.
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Genevieve Lutkin is an artist based in London and graduate from the Royal College of Art Moving Image and Photography MA programmes. Working in photography and moving image, her work has been exhibited at galleries such as TATE Modern, Mimar Sinan Contemporary Art Museum Istanbul, Pump House Gallery London, Focal Point Gallery Southend and screened at festivals such as UnderWire Film Festival and Alchemy Moving Image Festival. She has also been involved with the Tomma Rum artist residency in Skellefteå, Sweden and has presented research examining ‘The Uncanny’ within moving image at the Academy of Finland and Finnish Anthropological Society interdisciplinary conference in Helsinki, Finland.
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