Restaurant 22 Cambridge

Restaurant 22 Cambridge

The exterior of Restaurant 22 gives little away from across the road but get a little closer and the fact that it hides a restaurant becomes all the clearer. It’s a small victorian townhouse with a regal black door and ornate stained glass windows depicting various...

The Iconography Of Death

The Iconography Of Death

Tracing the politically-tinged resurgence of the Danse Macabre art movement, popular in the medieval years, the exhibition Dernière Danse, focuses on Franco-German art from the mid 1800's through to present day with living French artists such as Tanx and 19th century...

The Glass In The Oculus

The Glass In The Oculus

This stunning work of art was made for the asp of the Cathedral of Siena but was replaced in 2004 by a copy to help preserve the near 800 year old original. The original (pictured) now stands at eye-level in a darkened room in the Museo dell'Opera del Duomo. Duccio di...

The Poet In The Jardin du Luxembourg

The Poet In The Jardin du Luxembourg

Hidden in the western corner of the Jardin du Luxembourg amongst lush shrubbery and tall dark trees that block the sun, hides a poet. Rather, a surreal bronze depiction of the poet Paul Eluard, by the Russian-born artist Ossip Zadkine. The work is similar in style to...

Autumn In Strasbourg

Autumn In Strasbourg

Autumn is aesthetic poetry. It comes to life through layers of lush contrasting gradients. It speaks in nature's warmest hues and dances through the cities of the world with grace and beauty. Autumn wraps each November in the most stunning of costumes, every leaf a...

Photo Story: Street Bouche Strasbourg

Photo Story: Street Bouche Strasbourg

An hour's walk away from Strasbourg's tourist-filled La Petite France is a long forgotten industrial estate that is slowly becoming a new hub for cultural activity in Strasbourg. Home to the broken shells of old breweries, empty roads and a working dockyard , the area...

Population: 1000

Population: 1000

The village of Højer was quiet. A lone windmill sat closed. Night was looming and not a soul was in sight. We passed houses with dim lights illuminating drab old fashioned interiors, but we heard no sounds, save for the distant echoes of the Wadden Sea as it brushed...

Art, London Landmark, UK

Digital Representations Of London

London is one of the world's most aesthetically unique cities. It is a city in constant contrast - with Victorian museums standing regally under glittering skyscrapers and tudor homes staring out to some of Europe's busiest roads. It is gritty from its industrious...

Broken Sword 5 Battersea Power Station - Games Depicting London
Restaurant 22 Cambridge

Restaurant 22 Cambridge

The exterior of Restaurant 22 gives little away from across the road but get a little closer and the fact that it hides a restaurant becomes all the clearer. It’s a small victorian townhouse with a regal black door and ornate stained glass windows depicting various...

Le Volpi e l’uva Florence

Le Volpi e l’uva Florence

Florence's enoteche are as various as the wines served inside them. Glitzy modern spots with views of the Arno’s various bridges line the riverside, while old school haunts like Le Volpi e l'Uva pop up on backstreets across the city. The latter types tend to be my...

The Barge House Haggerston

The Barge House Haggerston

Nestled along the banks of the quaintest little canal in De Beauvoir Town (West Haggerston), the Barge House is a real gem. I went along for brunch to try their now famous weekend brunch menu and found a quiet little spot that blew away my expectations with a...

Jinjuu Soho Review

Jinjuu Soho Review

I was little late to the Jinjuu hype train as I was living in Florence when it all kicked off, but when I begrudgingly came back to London it seemed like one of those London only kind of places that I'd struggled to find around Europe, but wanted to try. Not because...

Autumn In Strasbourg

Autumn In Strasbourg

Autumn is aesthetic poetry. It comes to life through layers of lush contrasting gradients. It speaks in nature's warmest hues and dances through the cities of the world with grace and beauty. Autumn wraps each November in the most stunning of costumes, every leaf a...

Photo Story: Street Bouche Strasbourg

Photo Story: Street Bouche Strasbourg

An hour's walk away from Strasbourg's tourist-filled La Petite France is a long forgotten industrial estate that is slowly becoming a new hub for cultural activity in Strasbourg. Home to the broken shells of old breweries, empty roads and a working dockyard , the area...

Population: 1000

Population: 1000

The village of Højer was quiet. A lone windmill sat closed. Night was looming and not a soul was in sight. We passed houses with dim lights illuminating drab old fashioned interiors, but we heard no sounds, save for the distant echoes of the Wadden Sea as it brushed...

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