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An Appetite To Explore Food Festivities With Beth Walrond

17/04/2019

An Appetite To Explore Food Festivities With Beth Walrond

Did you know that eating apples during Xin Nian (Chinese New Year) is said to bring good wishes for peace, or that a parade is held in honor of Papà del Gnoco in Verona to celebrate Italian Carnevale? Beth Walrond explores food festivities in our latest Little Gestalten book.
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Pablo Rochat On Endless Fun and Plagiarism

09/04/2019 visual culture

Pablo Rochat On Endless Fun and Plagiarism

One of the most innovative creatives online and a prankster with a knack for social media originality, Pablo Rochat tells us his story. From his early days working at Tinder to unlocking the possibilities of the 'Tap and Hold' feature, we find out how award-winning Pablo became one of San Francisco's most sought-after creatives.
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A diving board captured by Romain Laprade

04/04/2019 architecture & interior visual culture

The Swimming Pool That Dreams Are Made Of

As part of a photography project titled “Domestic Pools”, young French photographer Romain Laprade shot a pool dripping in seduction. Designed by architect Alain Capeillères for his summer home the white oasis is truly a masterpiece.
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Spiritland doubles as a recording studio and has its own radio station. (Photo: Adam Scott)

27/03/2019 food & beverages

How Music Is Creating New Cultures Around Food

Background music has become ubiquitous and unavoidable. The debate has fuelled multiple perspectives on the purpose of music in restaurant culture: Do we need music at all? Where does the obsession to eradicate silence come from? Why doesn't more consideration go into the matching of music with food? We explore two establishments pushing food and music to new heights.
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Lower part of a space suit placed on the floor. Photo: Mattia Balsamini

24/03/2019 visual culture

A Look Into The World's Most Secretive Workplaces

Reportage photographer Mattia Balsamini takes photos of some of the most fascinating places people call work. Documenting what happens behind the scenes in the likes of NASA and MIT, we caught up with him to find out more about his attraction to the places we very rarely get to see.
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Desert landscape of Wadi Rum in southern Jordan. (Photo: Qing Yu)

20/03/2019 Escape travel

On Trail Magic and Thru-Hikers

Wanderlust co-editor Cam Honan has trekked 90,000 kilometers in the last 25 years throughout over 50 countries. He explains why we can't stop once we have started walking. "When we choose to walk rather than fly or drive, something wonderful happens: our awareness and appreciation of the natural world begins to grow." And he reveals what happens, when wanderers return from the trail to their regular lives.
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