Tag Archives: Sydney

Not so secret, but worth a look anyway

Love Home Swap, a popular home exchange website, analyzed more than 700,000 travel tips from 70,000 site members to create a list of travel recommendations. here’s the result in their “Top 150 Secret Destinations” infographic. Maybe not so secret, but … Continue reading

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Wish You Were Here

Melbourne-based Australian artist and designer Sass Cocker is the creative force behind the stationery and design firm Ask Alice. Each year she creates a themed charity calendar, donating 100% of the profits to Melbourne’s Asylum Seekers Resource Center. This time … Continue reading

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Travel By Design

Regular TBTP followers are well aware of my bias for old school print travel guide books. So you won’t be surprised to discover that I’m liking a new series of city guides called The Design Guide. Aimed at both travelers … Continue reading

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Go Gargantuan or Go Home

Earth Platinum, the brainchild of Gordon Cheers, published at the end of February in an edition limited to 31 copies, is the world’s largest atlas. The book is 6 feet (1.8 m) high and 4.5 feet (1.4 m) wide. When … Continue reading

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RedBall (not Bull) Project

New York City-based Kurt Perschke ia an artist who works in collage, print, sculpture, video and public installation. His best known work, the very fun RedBall Project, is a global, traveling street art project that has playfully infiltrated Chicago, Toronto, … Continue reading

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Travel by Gingerbread

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