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Monthly Archives: October 2016
h/t to Guillermo del Toro for his reading list.
I really appreciate travel magazine Flaneur’s singular focus on just one street in a city for each issue. The Berlin-based publication’s latest actually concentrates on a large district this time. Their new issue explores Moscow’s Boulevard Ring in the center of the … Continue reading
Last year, Indonesian journalist and filmmaker Muhammad Ridwan Alimuddina decided to to quit the rat race and make a major life change. Inspired by his love of books and a heartfelt commitment to literacy, he built his own traveling catamaran … Continue reading
You can always get the latest from the inimitable Tom Gauld at his website.
To mark the launch of Bose’s Get Closer campaign for Quiet Comfort wireless headphones, Grey London has created a one minute video that shows dancer Maëva Berthelot moving through the deserted streets of London. Dancing through locations that range from Piccadilly … Continue reading
Copenhagen-based artist Johan Deckmann walks that fine line between irony and insult with his hilarious book cover creations.
Even though I just returned from Amsterdam a few weeks ago, this sweet little film from the Holland Marketing Board has me yearning to return. You may find “The Tale of Kat and Dog” a bit saccharine, but by the … Continue reading
You may recall French digital artist Julien Nonnon’s marvelous video mapping project from last year when he projected images of nattily dressed animals on the walls of Paris. Now his new project #Le_Baiser, inspired by the work of poet Alfred de … Continue reading
Last month, Penguin’s science fiction imprint, Penguin Worlds, republished a series of important sci-fi titles with radically redesigned covers. Here’s a sample: