Phebe Schmidt Photography
design
By Ani Tzenkova - 27 Aug 2014
Some designers are afraid to mix colors and prefer to use white as the base of their work, but Stockholm-based, Note Design Studio, has no such limitations. In one of their latest projects they proved once again that playing with color is a key element in the conception of a space.
music
    Shura is one of the brightest up and coming indie songstresses to bless us with her sounds in 2014. Her fragile yet potent approach to pop is a blissful love brimmed deliverance inherently easy by the natural flow of her lyricism. The London based lady shutters out her subtle power on both “Just […]
By Alexander Tzenkov - 27 Aug 2014
photography
By Ani Tzenkova - 26 Aug 2014
Although she has already made many contributions to magazines such as ID and Dazed & Confused, Phebe Schmidt continues to create work for her own portfolio that are super distinguishable.
design
By Ani Tzenkova - 26 Aug 2014
Celebrated multidisciplinary team Studio Four crafted a light and peaceful home in Melbourne; focusing on raw materials and unambiguous lines to differ each space.
culture
By Tara Lange - 26 Aug 2014
The mention of the Amazon river conjures excitement, wonder, even fear. With a basin covering about 7,000,000 square kilometers, the idea of exploring any part of it is indeed overwhelming (more like mind blowing). Aqua Expeditions makes feasible the once in a lifetime opportunity to see the magnificent body of water.

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  London based beat manufacturer Paul White finds his definition in the abstract. He has come to be known by his composition of psychedelic forward-thinking beats primed for any rapper or singer with the necessary mind set to delve in on.   The release of his forthcoming album Shaker Notes out September 30th (via R&S […]
By Alexander Tzenkov - 25 Aug 2014
fashion
By Ani Tzenkova - 25 Aug 2014
“Composed elements” is the first collection of scarves by Inge de Vor. The collection started by intuitively creating small elements by hand.
photography
By Ani Tzenkova - 22 Aug 2014
music
  Binding electronica with a soulful touch are Atlas Bound, the duo which put Australian talent and innovation on the map yet again. Conveying a similar vibe as a Chet Faker, they bring their own unique electronic flavor to mix.   “Soul” released via french label Cosmonostro is perhaps their most noteworthy work to date, […]
By Alexander Tzenkov - 22 Aug 2014
design
By Guest Blogger - 22 Aug 2014
Leandra Medine is the author and blogger behind The Man Reppeler. If you are already familiar with the direct, uninhibited and opinionated voice behind the well known blog, and now you can discover the new office where Leandra and her team work to to keep the bloggers dream alive.
photography
By Ani Tzenkova - 21 Aug 2014
Sharyn Cairns is an Australia-based photographer showcasing an eclectic visual portfolio, yet she manages to stamp her own style in a classy and comprehensible manner.

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design
By Ani Tzenkova - 20 Aug 2014
Villa F is a holiday retreat sporting ultra modern architecture. Hornung and Jacobi Architecture opted for a minimalist and calm project, keeping their eyes on sustainability and efficiency.
music
  We got it bad for this new track from Kindness – featuring the-funk-you-want, synth-you-need, mischief-enabling result of at-it-again, British solo, Adam Bainbridge.   Wild for Kindness since 2012, thanks to favorites from his first (think Gee Up), and the sprinkles-on-top, killer collaborations with Blood Orange and Grizzly Bear – our ears are all but […]
By Guest Blogger - 20 Aug 2014
design
By Guest Blogger - 19 Aug 2014
culture
By Guest Blogger - 19 Aug 2014
Artist Nobumichi Asai’s takes his talents to the beauty industry. Typically known for his projection-mapping work transferring images to cars, buildings and other large scale objects, the artist plays with electronic makeup in this surrealistic video.
culture
By Tara Lange - 19 Aug 2014
As the food scene in Tel Aviv continues to boom, the interest in worldly cuisines rises simultaneously. Mr. & Mrs. Lee, a new asian restaurant helmed by Chef Shaul Ben Aderet, serves Asian flavors inspired by Chinese, Thai and Japanese dishes. Designed by Gal Gerber and Tzahi Shemesh the interiors representative of Tel Aviv’s growing design scene […]
design
By Guest Blogger - 18 Aug 2014
Imagine a world where insect consumption demand triumphs meat. Edible insects have become ideal meat substitutes considering their protein-rich and high in fat content benefits at low environmental costs.