Spray It, Don’t Say It!
Art / Travel

Spray It, Don’t Say It!

It’s likely that if you’ve ever been to Melbourne and embarked on a quest for the perfect latte around the CBD and inner city area, you’ve stumbled across many of the city’s renowned street-art decorated laneways. Melbourne embraced stencil art with gusto early on, leading to the first stencil festival in the world in 2004. … Continue reading

Ick bin Berliner
Travel

Ick bin Berliner

Countless artists, musicians and writers have flocked to Berlin over the years to recharge and seek inspiration: Christopher Isherwood, David Bowie, Nick Cave, Iggy Pop (the city seems to come with its own soundtrack). In the 1920s Berlin was all about the decadence and modernism of Weimar culture, the stomping ground of intellectuals and artists … Continue reading

Visual Diary : Mongolia
Travel

Visual Diary : Mongolia

Here’s some Friday inspiration. If you’re looking for a quick getaway from Hong Kong and don’t want to spend days recovering from jetlag, hop on a plane to Mongolia. Really. There is no better place to escape the maddening claustrophobia and chaos of city life and it’s only a four hour direct flight away from … Continue reading

Hong Kong-Edimbourg
Culture / Travel

Hong Kong-Edimbourg

Kaiser Karl couldn’t have made his presence in Edinburgh any more obvious if he’d sent toyboy Baptiste Giabiconi down Princes Street in a float wearing nothing but a logoed double-C sporran. We had arrived in the city on the eve of the brand’s latest Metiers d’Art collection launch, Paris-Edimbourg, at Linlithgow Palace, the birthplace of … Continue reading