Category Archives: Lifestyle

Live the language

‘Live the  Language’ is an an advertising campaign by Education First. Shot on location in seven different cities around the world, the campaign uses local lingo and story telling to both, educate and entertain. With help of typography and imagery, the viewer is guided through an introduction to ‘language’.

PARIS

BARCELONA

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The Sartorialist: Lunch for 25

Saw this a while ago, revisited it today and had to share….

A video of Scott Schuman’s inaugural ‘Sartorialist’ lunch, where he assembles some of the most stylish men in the world for a roundtable discussion of fashion & style over a great meal. Check it out below. (Sourced: Definitive Touch)

Living On The Edge

Found along the sloping terrain of Valle de Guadalupe, Mexico, ‘Endémico Resguardo Silvestre’ is a cluster of 20 bungalows, each with with a view to die for. Designed with eco-friendly mentality, the demure, yet capacious rooms (measuring around 215 sq ft), called EcoLofts, are built from corten steel and elevated from the ground to minimize impact with the soil. Each EcoLoft has its own wooden deck with a clay kiva fireplace so you can have a glass of wine and enjoy the stunning views. The property also features a stunning pool, a winery, and a fine food restaurant.

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Time is nothing | Following your Dreams

There’s nothing quite like finding yourself immersed in a new country, culture or city. This time lapse video documents the incredible journey of someone who took that advice and ran with it…for a whopping 434 days!

Traveler K.L had this to say about the video:

“17 Countries. 343 Days. 6237 Photographs. One incredible journey.

After I quit my job last year, I packed a bag, grabbed my camera and bought a one way ticket to London. 17 countries later, I put together this time lapse video of the many amazing places I came across.” (Vimeo)

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ABSOLUT PURITY | Simon Schubert’s Vision

In its perpetual quest for purity, ABSOLUT has called upon German artist Simon Schubert to create an extremely pure work of art.

Thanks to his expert technique of folding pieces of paper, Simon Schubert designs images with different perspectives by mastering shadows and light.
No ink, no paint, 100% cellulose paper.

The masterpiece has been installed for a week in a bus shelter completely covered in white. (Absolute)

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