Category: Travel

Studio Visit: Buchholzberlin

Studio Visit: Buchholzberlin

Designer Katja Buchholz and her husband Alex Meschkowski on their love of storied wood objects from their shared home and studio in Berlin.

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Los Angeles in 35mm

Los Angeles in 35mm

Sean Santiago turns his lens to Los Angeles, the city that takes shape at eye-level.

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Ville Machine: Chandigarh

Ville Machine: Chandigarh

Colonialism was dead. Long live colonialism. A dispatch from Le Corbusier’s weird, breathtaking, and one-of-a-kind gridded city in the north of India.

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La Carte et le Territoire

La Carte et le Territoire

Photographer Marion Berrin takes us on a tour of the fading modernism of Paris’ financial district.

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Travel: Woodstock

Travel: Woodstock

Photographer Haruka Sakaguchi travels upstate to visit the storied town known as Woodstock.

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Travel: Piedmonte, Italy

Travel: Piedmonte, Italy

Our friend and photographer Liz Schaffer gives a tour of the charming Piedmonte region of Northern Italy.  

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El Camino: Medellín, Colombia

El Camino: Medellín, Colombia

The beautiful city once famously run by Pablo Escobar has a dramatically new lease on life. We travelled there to meet some of the people reshaping the city, from a celebrated photojournalist and to a spiritual granny known for her intricate beadwork and safe guidance through ayahuasca trips.

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Travel: St. Petersburg

Travel: St. Petersburg

Our friend Pauline Chardin gives us a tour of the less iconic side of St. Petersburg

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Desert Curiosities in Joshua Tree, CA

Desert Curiosities in Joshua Tree, CA

The desert has a way of reminding us that we are but tiny blemishes in a mind-numbingly long narrative of time and space. Photographer Haruka Sakaguchi reports back from a quintessentially American road trip exploring abandoned homesteads and curious Mojave oddities in Joshua Tree, CA.

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Studio Visit: Lugemik

Studio Visit: Lugemik

On a recent trip through Estonia, our friend Amardeep paid a visit to on independent book publisher and shop Lugemik.  

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David & Gladys Wright House

David & Gladys Wright House

Our friend Tavish Timothy traveled to the David & Gladys Wright house in Arizona to learn a bit more about the historic home.

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Puerto Rico in 35mm

Puerto Rico in 35mm

Our friend Jesse Reed takes us along for a lush, film-grainy ride to the island of Vieques in Puerto Rico.

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Isle of Skye

Isle of Skye

A Sunday escape to the island with the most mythical, evocative landscapes in Scotland. 

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Kumamoto, Japan

Kumamoto, Japan

We opened our third brick-and-mortar this weekend in Kumamoto, Japan. We take a mini tour around our newest home.

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Antarctica

Antarctica

“Antartica is a natural landscape that dwarfs us, not only physically (it’s impossible to even consider notions of ‘big’ and ‘tall’ as you watch a glacier crumble into sea at Mikkelsen Harbour, a surge of water rising away from the point of impact) but mentally. All worries, stresses and uncertainly—they mean nothing when you spy […]

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Holy Land, USA

Holy Land, USA

One of our swashbuckling bloggers went inside Holy Land, USA, the ghost town remains of a Connecticut theme park which closed its doors in 1984. 

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Quirk Hotel

Quirk Hotel

We paid a visit to the newest, and certainly most talked about, hotel in our hometown of Richmond, Virginia.

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Shoto, Shibuya

Shoto, Shibuya

Our friend from Lonely Planet takes a quick look around the neighborhood in Tokyo surrounding our new digs. There’s much more to explore, but first impressions are key. 

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Antiparos Island, Greece

Antiparos Island, Greece

With this weekend’s rain, we could all use a solid dose of sunshine. Photographer Chris Kontos reports from the idyllic Greek island of Antiparos. 

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Porto

Porto

A little trip to the unexpected gem that is Portugal’s second city.

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