Roasted Yellow Tomato Soup with Green Harissa & Halloumi Croutons
design
By Guest Blogger - 23 Sep 2014
  In the past few years, the understanding of what a butcher is has been subject to change by the perspectives of different designers, who are playing on our experience as costumers.
photography
By Guest Blogger - 23 Sep 2014
Photographer Maxime Froge and stylist Laetitia Roubki do the twist in this chic editorial that redefines the classic men’s oxford.
art
By Ani Tzenkova - 22 Sep 2014
“Vector Weave” is a series of large-scale vinyl prints showing thick textures and patterns, interwoven layers, meshes of structures that are difficult to parse. The title refers on the one hand to the vector graphics that are the basis of the works, and on the other hand to the process that runs through what initially […]
design
By Ani Tzenkova - 22 Sep 2014
Fabrice Le Nezet’s work explores the intersection between Architecture, Fashion and Toys Design through the use of raw material such as concrete and metal. Recognizable in his work is the pure, clean and graphical aesthetic combined with playful qualities.
culture
By Ani Tzenkova - 19 Sep 2014
Looking from some raw inspiration? This raw cauliflower salad with horseradish, dill and yoghurt dressing is a great new and easy approach to preparing cauliflower. It is as delicious as it is beautiful!

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design
By Ani Tzenkova - 19 Sep 2014
Shiny Confetti Party Invitations   The Tiny Prints ethos is that style is expressed in every gesture. As SS’15 catwalks continue, the liquid metallics trend is certainly one to invest in and one that can be applied to lifestyle, home décor and stationery too.
design
By Ani Tzenkova - 19 Sep 2014
Peter Jostrand created the irresistible Prescription Beer, a premium pilsner ranging from high to low alcohol potency depending on the day of the week. Sunday is a day off.
culture
By Guest Blogger - 17 Sep 2014
photography
By Ani Tzenkova - 17 Sep 2014
All women are special creatures, and for that particular reason they are the subject of many art pieces and photographs where the artists try to demystify their essence and their meaning even in their own lives.
music
  Take a walk of shame with the clever and talented Sway Clarke II as he ventures on a journey through a common predicament in a man’s world.   “Secret Garden” has been on our radar for quite some time now and with a little bit of a revamp consisting of a hot fire female […]
By Alexander Tzenkov - 17 Sep 2014
design
By Ani Tzenkova - 17 Sep 2014
Fouta de Val is a Tunisian product that can be used as a towel, throw, scarf, blanket or tablecloth. The traditional fouta (pronounced foo-tah) measures one by two meter and is woven in cotton in two types of weaving, flat or honeycomb.

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culture
By Cyril Foiret - 17 Sep 2014
Curses collects Rob Sato‘s latest adventures on paper, including his massive project Five Movements For Little Guys, a series of ten foot high watercolors where he set out to paint every single person he can remember. The figures are painted in miniature, and they migrate through five fantastical landscapes in a
culture
By Cyril Foiret - 17 Sep 2014
The integrated branding agency Ragged Edge has created the The World’s Most Intimate Martini Bar, hidden inside a beautifully restored Citroen van. As part of an integrated campaign for Grey Goose vodka, the agency will launch the ‘Boulangerie François camionnette’ across a
design
By Cyril Foiret - 16 Sep 2014
culture
By Ani Tzenkova - 16 Sep 2014
Avocado never fails. Whether its in salad, chunky guacamole or in this case – simply on toast, its thick and creamy texture satisfies on so many levels.
culture
By Ani Tzenkova - 16 Sep 2014
Previously a 17th-century coaching inn, At the Chapel is a unique building in Bruton High Street housing a bakery, wine shop, café, bar & restaurant. An inviting little gem that is worth a weekend trip from London.
design
By Ani Tzenkova - 15 Sep 2014
Juicing continues to be all the craze, and with all the competition brands are really stepping up the game with branding and conceptual storefronts.