My Iceland Stopover
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By Cyril Foiret - 29 Sep 2014
A last minute trip to Iceland. I had the chance to be gracefully hosted by Iceland Air on a #mystopover journey to discover this Nordic gem only 5 hours away from New York.
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By Cyril Foiret - 29 Sep 2014
French beauty brand Buly1803 was recently relaunched by Ramdane Touhami (ex-owner of Cire Trudon) keeping the same gorgeous branding and aesthetic.
art
By Ani Tzenkova - 29 Sep 2014
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By Ani Tzenkova - 25 Sep 2014
  T he series On Pleasure Grounds depicts scenes at a fictional amusement park – people are shown in a moment of leisure but the space they inhabit is bleak and slightly threatening.
culture
By Ani Tzenkova - 25 Sep 2014
When blessed with a truffle you needn’t over think its use. Pick something you love whether is pasta, eggs, or in this case risotto and let the truffle lead the way.
design
By Ani Tzenkova - 25 Sep 2014
Aires Mateus Architecture Firm, together with the owners João and Andreia Rodrigues, transformed an old family farm into a modern retreat in the rural landscape of the Alentejo region of Portugal.

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By Ani Tzenkova - 25 Sep 2014
  I n this stunning editorial styled by Lotta Aspenberg, featuring collections by Miu Miu and Prada, photographer Kerry Dean captures the frigid, arrant landscape of Iceland, and proves that rugged adventuring does not have to come at the expense of fashion.
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By Ani Tzenkova - 24 Sep 2014
This series of portfolio images originates from a project Recom Farmhouse did together with artist Tom Price, who asked them to do some liquid simulations for him. We ended up with some really beautiful shapes of liquid matter, which I thought to show in a different context than it was originally thought for.
culture
By Ani Tzenkova - 24 Sep 2014
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By Ani Tzenkova - 24 Sep 2014
  In celebration of their 30th birthday, we sat down with Paper Magazine’s David Hershkovits to discuss their evolution from being a simple paper fold out to emerging as a top indie magazine
design
By Ani Tzenkova - 24 Sep 2014
Angry Bovine is a collective studio based in colorado headed by Jay Ferracane. Dissatisfied with corporate environments, office rent and paid parking they decided to create a unique and amazing office space in a 1991 Silver Streak aluminum trailer.
music
Basecamp is the alias of the Nashville based trio which brings us “Shudder”. The track orients around a catchy pop infused hook and is stacked with their characteristically electronic and crisp master-crafted soundscape. Perhaps their most noteworthy track to date, it definitely puts on display their edge in the massive niche that electronic R&B has […]
By Alexander Tzenkov - 24 Sep 2014

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By Ani Tzenkova - 23 Sep 2014
20 years after the fall of the Eastern Bloc Philipp Lohöfener photographed Berlin’s abandoned Stasi Prison, former secret police hub, and home to unimaginable horrors.
culture
By Ani Tzenkova - 23 Sep 2014
    No matter which medium he works in,  Darren Almond’s primary material — and subject — is time. The first work encountered in the exhibition is Perfect Time 8 x 7 (left), a display of fifty-six electronic flip clocks synced to advance together once every minute.
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By Guest Blogger - 23 Sep 2014
Venezuelan-born, Los Angeles-based DJ/producer Eduardo Castillo is infamous for his improvisational live remixing and eclectic sounds. Castillo has several releases and commissions on the groundbreaking label Crosstown Rebels and is the founder of legendary VOODOO and GYPSET events in Los Angeles.
design
By Ani Tzenkova - 22 Sep 2014
Yo Shimada of Tato Architects takes a 1,000 square foot living space on three floors in Itami, Japan and uses his Japanese sensibility to find the most practical and design conscious solution to bringing this space to life.
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By Ani Tzenkova - 22 Sep 2014
I have been looking for some inspiration to make a tomato soup. Every time I think to make one I decide against it, because so many of the dishes I make use tomato sauce