Nakajima Library, Akita International University
For the last six months an international group of writers, designers, and travel experts has written a guide to Japan that avoids typical tourist spots and focuses instead on exciting design-centric travel to places visitors rarely explore. Continue reading
There’s a creative person buzzing around in each of us. But they can’t come to the phone right now, because they’re buried in admin and paperwork. Continue reading
Gunjan Aylawadi‘s creations look like fabric but are in fact carried out with paper that is folded and meticulously attached with threads. This artist who grew up in India before moving to Australia explores craft traditions from any country in order to draw her inspiration and give life to pretty and complex mosaics in which motives wave with grace. Continue reading
As holidays go, Easter is a strange one. We’re here today to look at Easter’s origins, and how it’s celebrated around the world. Just make sure to keep some chocolate on standby in case of cravings. Continue reading
In the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Wagenia fishermen still craft enormous traps to snare fish in the roiling rapids outside of Kisangani.