Category: Travel

Women of Quilotoa

After her trip around South America, Bogotá-based photographer Nancy Mora published ‘Women of Quilotoa‘ an amazing series in which she captures the lifestyles of the women of the region. Quilotoa is a water-filled caldera and the most western volcano in the Ecuadorian Andes, it has also become…

slide_257662_1655660_free

Inflatable Trampoline Bridge in Paris

Paris-based agency AZC gained third place in the 2012 ArchTriumph design competition with their proposal for an inflatable bridge to cross the River Seine and a unique view of the city. The bad news are that even though this is a great project, there are no real…

The Boneyard Project: Return Flight

In the beginning of 2012 Eric Firestone, Carlo McCormick & Medvin Sobio created The Boneyard Project and sourced a collective group of artists to rework, transform and reimagine these abandoned airplanes from the US Air Force into amazing pieces of art. Watch…

Cabaret Truck Theatres by Shen Chao-Liang

Taiwan society has developed a unique cabaret culture since the 70s and Shen Chao-Liang captures these colourful and unique stages around the city. “The stage is a concrete physical place which asks to be filled and to be given its own…

10327756886_7373d3fe9a

The Berlin Festival of Lights

The Berlin Festival of Lights is one of the largest illumination festivals and public events in the world. If you have the chance to go to Berlin this is a very good reason to visit. This year it will take place…

“Short Walks from Bogotá” – Graffiti

Tom Feiling has published his new book ‘Short Walks from Bogotá’. He calls it “a timely and multi-faceted exploration of a country as fascinating as it is feared”. His journey shows how Colombia’s recent past has influenced its street art. Feiling will be giving a…