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Win a trip for two to Buenos Aires, Argentina!

Ready to tango in Argentina’s capital city? Get ready to embrace local culture, food and wine on the trip of a lifetime to Buenos Aires. Keep reading to find out how to win this trip for two. We’ve partnered with General Assembly to offer a lucky reader the chance to win a trip for two to Buenos Aires, including a $1,000 airline credit, four nights at a boutique hotel, a tapas tasting street food tour, a traditional dinner and tango show as well as a walking tour of some of the city’s stories m...
Tags: Travel, Sponsored, Design, News, Argentina, Vacation, Contest, Buenos Aires, Trip, General Assembly, Buenos Aires Argentina, Buenos Aires Keep


Word of Mouth: River North Denver Food + Drink

Breweries, bars, markets and more in the ever-growing neighborhood Denver‘s River North neighborhood, cut in half by the South Platte River, is home to some of the city’s best galleries, drinking and dining. Just minutes from downtown, this stretch of mural-clad, industrial-sized facades contains breweries, fine dining and conceptual spaces—and still has room to grow. With everything from karaoke bars to breweries and restaurants opening …
Tags: Travel, Design, Colorado, Drinking, Dining, Denver, River North, RINO, South Platte River, Word of Mouth, Denver s River North, River North Denver Food Drink


10 of the best creative retreats in the UK and Europe

Want to sit quietly with your paints or handicrafts, burst into song, or use kung fu or dance to get moving? We pick holidays for nourishing your inner makerTao’s, a meditation centre on a hill overlooking the sea on the island of Paros, hosts a dance retreat each September. The style of dance is “open floor movement”, which is said to boost creativity and help people “refresh, recuperate, recharge and rejoice”. It is suitable for anyone who wants to move, regardless of age or experience. The sc...
Tags: Travel, Art, Europe, UK, Life and style, Meditation, Health & wellbeing, Craft, Top 10s, Learning Holidays, United Kingdom Holidays, Europe Holidays, Health And Fitness Holidays, Christiana


DIY: Travel Inspired Art with Photoshop Elements

I’m just putting the finishing touches on my new office, and I wanted some original art on the walls. As you know I looooove to travel and I always take a lot of pictures when I’m someplace new! Last year I visited Oahu for a week and also had weekend getaway in Maya Riviera, Mexico. I love exotic botanicals so much so I took several pictures on my trips. To remind myself of these beautiful places, I turned them into original artwork for my office using Photoshop Elements. If you’re unfamiliar ...
Tags: Travel, Art, Crafts, Diy, Mexico, Oahu, Kailua, Brush Tool, Kinkos, Craft + Art Projects, Maya Riviera Mexico, Polygonal Lasso Tool


Notes: Navigating Bhutan Before, During + After

A remote nation known as the Last Great Himalayan Kingdom for a reason At a Christmas Eve gala dinner in Agra, India (home of the Taj Mahal), I approached an American family that sat nearby. A part of me wanted to hear the familiar accent, another part wanted their take on the atypical holiday extravaganza we were attending. After introductions, we began to talk about …
Tags: Travel, Notes, Design, Hotels, Himalayas, Bhutan, Agra India, COMO Hotels, Gangtey Lodge, Six Senses Hotels


Bell has begun building Uber’s Air Taxis

The Nexus is a 6-propeller, 4-seater eVTOL from Bell. Showcased in part last year at CES, the company has now built the entire vehicle to scale, much to the delight of its viewers. Bell hopes to have the Nexus ready for flight by the mid-2020s, which means we aren’t far from Uber’s air-taxi takeover.The Nexus comes with a hybrid-electric propulsion system that allows it to travel further than a full-electric eVTOL. It seats 4 passengers and a driver, and coming from a company that practically ...
Tags: Travel, Transportation, Uber, Design, Ces, Automotive, Nexus, Bell, Air Taxi, Air Taxis, Ces2019, Bell Showcased


Word of Mouth: Paris

From natural wine bars to sophisticated accommodations, some of our favorite spots in the City of Light Like any dynamic city, Paris is ever-evolving. As frequent visitors, we try to keep up with all cultural developments. While we remain faithful to our beloved stalwart bars and restaurants, there are always new or undiscovered venues to visit—be it bars, cafes, galleries or places to rest your …
Tags: Travel, Food, Design, France, Hotels, Restaurants, Bars, Cafes, Paris, Cocktails, Wine, Dining, Galleries, Hoxton


Bike Trip: The Scottish Highlands to Edinburgh

A scenic circuit of mountain passes, ancient forests, and plenty of stops for a whisky From undulating seaside hillscapes to mossy old-growth forests and rugged snow-kissed mountains, few landscapes capture the imagination quite like the Scottish Highlands. And while trips to this area usually include a whisky-drenched sojourn to the luxurious Gleneagles Hotel, or perhaps a long road trip to see some castles, we decided to …
Tags: Travel, Design, Scotland, Biking, Edinburgh, Gleneagles Hotel, Inverness, Bike Trips, Merida Ride 400, The Scottish Highlands, Wilderness Scotland


Where to find street art in Kiev

Kiev’s fame as an Eastern European cultural hotspot has increased dramatically since 2014 when a number of large murals began appearing on the facades of old Soviet buildings. Today, Ukraine‘s capital city hosts over 150 pieces of public art produced by local and international artists, often hidden in lesser-known parts of the city. The bold, massive paintings in the neighborhoods east and west of the Dnieper are reshaping the city’s identity. Kiev, a millennia-old metropolis with a long his...
Tags: Travel, Art, London, Ukraine, Street Art, Kiev, Golden Gate, Corbin, Seth Globepainter, Podil, St Andrews Church, Nunca, Vhils, Fintan Magee, Alexandre Farto, Saint Sophia Cathedral


Borbay’s 2018 — A True Banger For The Books

2018, you sly fox. While all-up in you, I traveled the world, took two trips to Vegas, painted like mad, was Artist-in-Residence at Teton Springs, golfed 100 rounds, played lots of hockey, auctioneer-ed a charity event; and even officiated my first wedding! With record sales, amazing collectors, great friends and a loving family at my …
Tags: Travel, Art, Europe, Adventure, Paris, Clint Eastwood, 2018, Golf, Bill Murray, Twin Peaks, Year In Review, Bubbles, Reykjavik, Van Gogh, General Action, Trailer Park Boys


Best of CH 2018: Instagram

From our favorite social platform, captivating imagery we snagged from the world over Without a doubt, iPhone, Pixel and Samsung cameras continue to get better. We’ve observed this ourselves in the process of sharing instant, inspiring moments on the COOL HUNTING Instagram. Now, light carries nuanced impact. Color rings with truth. Speed, well—it might finally be catching up to our wants and wishes. So with …
Tags: Travel, Art, Japan, Design, Instagram, Mexico, Samsung, Social Media, Culture, Honda, Automobiles, Audi, Seoul, Public Art, Pixel, Greenport


The best of the Long Read in 2018

Our 20 favourite pieces of the yearMillions are robbed of the power of speech by illness, injury or lifelong conditions. Can the creation of bespoke digital voices transform their ability to communicate? Continue reading...
Tags: Travel, Food, Art, Technology, Censorship, Sport, Life and style, Society, UK News, US news, Work & careers, Feminism, Silicon Valley


Best of CH 2018: Travel

Destinations, drives and adventures that we still dream about Circumnavigate the world—time and again—in 365 days. That’s what our editorial team did in 2018. From revisiting old haunts in the USA’s Rust Belt to combatting sandstorms in the Gobi Desert, we approached every destination with wide eyes and curiosity. We flew, drove and hiked our way across the continents and the following stories reflect the …
Tags: Travel, Usa, Design, Hotels, Architecture, South Africa, Road Trips, Morocco, Tokyo, Iceland, Detroit, Gobi Desert, Pittsburgh, Word of Mouth, Best of CH 2018, CH Morocco


Best of CH 2018: Editors’ Picks

Design stories, interviews, travel guides and curious cuisine that truly mattered to us Perhaps it was a quote of unearthly wisdom, a bite of strange deliciousness or simply a breeze on a newly discovered path; 2018 imparted several moments worth honoring. As a team of writers and editors, we spoke to so many and set foot in so much. The following excerpts mark personal high …
Tags: Travel, Design, Mexico, France, Restaurants, Food And Drink, Dining, Brittany, Best of CH 2018


Holiday Gift Guides 2018: Brick + Mortar

Exemplary gifts found in real-life stores With just a few days left to prepare, shopping for presents online may no longer be an option. For those who need to make the dash to brick-and-mortar stores, we have selected a bunch of gifts that are available at retail outposts all over—from NYC to Nashville, Miami to Minneapolis, SF to Seattle. Chances are there are a couple of these …
Tags: Travel, Food, Accessories, Books, Design, Shopping, Minneapolis, Wallets, Beauty, Whiskey, Wine, Seattle, Gift Guides, Whisky, Skincare, Fragrances


Rozelle House Galleries & The Maclaurin Gallery in Ayr

I did an online search for art galleries in Ayrshire, when planning my drive south to Dumfries and Galloway for the Arts and Crafts Trail in Kirkcubright. My search brought up the Rozelle House Galleries and the Maclaurin Gallery in Ayr. Initially, I was a bit confused wondering if the two galleries located in different […]
Tags: Travel, Art, Scotland, Museums & Galleries In Europe, Dumfries, Galloway, Ayr, Ayrshire, Rozelle House, Maclaurin Gallery, Crafts Trail


Inside NoMad’s New Las Vegas Property

The recently opened property is a lush, dim retreat from the bright lights of the strip Whether it be roaring engines and garish outfits, neon-clad bars, restaurants and inns or the oddly psychological casino games, Las Vegas’ allure abounds. But, all of the glimmer and glam can be a bit overwhelming. NoMad‘s newest property, NoMad Las Vegas, located on the top four floors of the …
Tags: Travel, Design, Las Vegas, Nomad, Sydell Group, Park MGM, Nomad Hotels, New Las Vegas Property, NoMad Las Vegas


Word of Mouth: Local’s Guide to Miami

As the art world descends on the sunny South Florida city, these places will stay authentic The city of Miami‘s cultural offerings continue to expand and advance at a rapid pace. As many members of the global arts community make their way down this week, it’s increasingly evident that Miami warrants more than one visit each year. There’s power in the local museum and artist …
Tags: Travel, Florida, Design, Restaurants, Bars, Cafes, Miami, Dining, Art Basel, Clubs, South Florida, Salons, Miami Art Week, Word of Mouth


20 cracking ideas for Christmas days out in the UK

From traditional pantos and carols by candlelight to pop-up winter bars and a disco in an igloo, we round up sparkling festive events across the UKEdinburgh’s major new Christmas attraction is Silent Light, a silent party on George Street. It takes place up to five times a day under the Street of Light, an installation of archways lit by 60,000 lights synchronised to music that can be heard only through headphones. Continue reading...
Tags: Travel, UK, Theatre, Christmas, Food And Drink, Day trips, City Breaks, Short breaks, Panto season, United Kingdom Holidays, Christmas And New Year Holidays, George Street


The Field’s Guide to Japanuary

With the help of Chandler Kane of Stealth Backcountry Tours, The Field Mag has put together a comprehensive list of tips and gear for those heading to Japan for the new year’s snow season—or as they call it, “Japanuary.” Kane and The Field’s Graham Hiemstra explain everything from cultural differences to when to book your flight and which Gore-Tex gear to buy. Visit the The …
Tags: Travel, Japan, Design, Ski, Snowboard, Linkaboutit, Hokkaido, Gore Tex, The Field, Winter Trips, Skiing in Japan, The Field Mag, Chandler Kane, Japanuary Kane, Graham Hiemstra


Now You Can Take a Jay-Z and Beyoncé Tour at the Louvre

A few weeks ago I was in Paris and visited the Louvre. Over the course of four hours, a guy named Jeremy, who has a masters in art history from some fancy university, took a small group of us around to see some of the museum’s highlights. What I didn’t realize was that if we had moved our trip just a few weeks later,…Read more...
Tags: Travel, Art, Paris, Jeremy, Lifehacks, Beyonce Tour, Apeshit


This genius double-walled cup lets you eat your cereals on-the-go!

The Crunch Cup is just the kind of invention I’d expect from a mad scientist who wanted to have a wholesome breakfast while rushing to work. For years we’ve been able to carry coffee, tea, juices, and milkshakes around with us in flasks, but having cereal on the go has always been that elusive concept that nobody bothered to crack… until now.That’s where the Crunch Cup is trying to change the game. The first cup that’s designed to have cereals while on the move, the Crunch Cup comes with a dou...
Tags: Travel, Design, Breakfast, Outdoor, Milk, Cereal, Product Design, Kevin Meyer, Drinkware, Crunch Cup, On-the-go, Rob Lambert


"I have for a long time believed that a person reveals at least as much when he reports what he cannot do or has never done."

"I become confused, or even distressed, whenever I find myself among streets or roads that are not arranged in a rectangular grid. ... I have watched few films during my lifetime and hardly any in recent years. ... I cannot recall having gone voluntarily into any art gallery or museum or building said to be of historic interest. I have never worn sunglasses. I have never learned to swim. I have never voluntarily immersed myself in any sea or stream. ... I have never touched any button or switch ...
Tags: Travel, Art, Movies, Law, Geometry, Nothing, Ann Althouse, Gerald Murnane


Harbour Arts Centre Irvine

When I stopped in Irvine, on the Ayrshire coast of Scotland, to visit the Scottish Maritime Museum. I decided to take a walk along the harbour road. It was a pretty dull day, but thankfully dry after earlier rain. I had a quick look in Harbour Arts Centre. I really liked the sculpture opposite the […]
Tags: Travel, Art, Scotland, Ayrshire, Irvine, Harbour Arts Centre Irvine


Word of Mouth: Bucktown + Wicker Park

Places to eat, shop and stay just northwest of downtown Chicago Northwest of downtown Chicago, Bucktown and Wicker Park have been undergoing a fantastic revitalization. A former warehouse area turned artist haven, there is now more to do than ever before. Wander above the city in an elevated train track turned green space, eat at one of the many beloved burger joints (without trauma-inducing lines), …
Tags: Travel, Design, Shopping, Chicago, Burgers, Dining, Illinois, Bucktown, Etta, Wicker Park, Word of Mouth, Chicago Bucktown, Exelon Observatory, Robin Richman, The 606, The Robey Hotel


Head for the Black Hills: tales of Crazy Horse and Custer in South Dakota

The carving of the Crazy Horse statue is a story in itself but then insurgent tales and mountain sculptures have helped shape this midwest stateIt takes a few seconds for the statue of Crazy Horse to come into focus, which is surprising given that it’s being carved out of a 641ft-high stone outcrop. From a distance it looks like just another rocky peak silhouetted against the cloudless South Dakota sky. But get closer and its form and detail become apparent: an unyielding face, a raised arm, a p...
Tags: Travel, Art, Life and style, Culture, Art and design, South Dakota, Sculpture, Native Americans, United States Holidays, North And Central America Holidays, Black Hills, Custer


Scottish Maritime Museum

The Scottish Maritime Museum is located in Irvine on the Ayrshire coast. It’s not a state run museum, so there is an entry charge of £7.50 for adults (aged over 16), the concessionary price is £5.50. Up to three children enter free with one adult (full price or concession). I decided to visit the Scottish […]
Tags: Travel, Art, Scotland, Museums & Galleries In Europe, Ayrshire, Irvine, Maritime Museum


Beautiful mosaics around the world

Often found in churches and mosques, mosaics seem like a simple art in practice — after all, they’re produced by assembling small bits of tile, glass, ceramic, or stone into patterns and pictures — yet on a grand scale, the result is a stunning visual display. From Uzbekistan to Iran, check out some of the most beautiful mosaic works around the world to spice up your bucket list with a bit of artistic intrigue. 1. Hassan II Mosque — Casablanca, Morocco Photo: Vixit/Shutterstock The Hassa...
Tags: Travel, Design, France, Spain, Iran, Morocco, Italy, Uzbekistan, Vatican City, Tehran, St Louis, Antoni Gaudí, Picasso, Isfahan, Bush, St Peter


Word of Mouth: Copenhagen

We explore the Danish capital through the lens of the creative minds at MoMA Design Store Exploring the world in search of beautiful items may be a dream job for most, but it’s real life for members of the MoMA Design Store team. The team’s collective goal is to find items that are functional, inventive, modern and beautiful. In every city they visit they explore cultural …
Tags: Travel, Sponsored, Design, Shopping, Hotels, Drinking, Eating, Copenhagen, Dining, Shops, Hay, City Guides, Word of Mouth, MoMA Design Store, MoMA Design Store Exploring the world


Holiday Gift Guides 2018: Travel Bug

Products that benefit wellness, efficiency and sanity when on the road The first of many COOL HUNTING Gift Guides we will release this holiday season is perhaps the closest to our hearts. We derive such joy from travel—be that exploring different towns, states, or countries. During each of our excursions, we encounter cultural sights and food scenes, treasures and traps, magical moments and mini catastrophes—and a …
Tags: Travel, Wellness, Design, Gift Guides, Holiday Gift Guides, Gift Guides 2018



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