All posts tagged “Culture”

Cool Hunting Video: Hodinkee’s Ben Clymer: We talk with Ben Clymer about horological culture and some of his favorite timepieces

Cool Hunting Video: Hodinkee's Ben Clymer

In our latest video as part of The Macallan Rare Cask Rare Discoveries Series, we sit down with Ben Clymer, founder and Editor in Chief of Hodinkee, the most popular online magazine about watches. An obsessive collector, the banker-turned-entrepreneur……

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Odiseo Vol. 5: (Not) Safe for Work: Folch Studio’s sophisticated take on adult entertainment pairs essays on art and culture with artful nude photography

Odiseo Vol. 5: (Not) Safe for Work

Since our initial introduction to Odiseo just over two years ago, we’ve been hooked. With each volume, the sophisticated adult publication delivers thought-provoking texts and essays on subjects ranging from art and culture to existentialism, interspersed……

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Counter Culture Coffee Holiday Blend: The exceptionally delicious, environmentally conscious roaster follows its fresh redesign with the release of its annual, limited edition flavor

Counter Culture Coffee Holiday Blend


During the cold, dark days of winter, coffee becomes even more necessary than usual. While you can find a passable cup of Joe on nearly every corner in NYC, we at CH HQ prefer to brew our own, taking the opportunity to try…

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Premium Apparel from Café du Cycliste : Modern performance biking gear from France, inspired by local café culture

Premium Apparel from Café du Cycliste


Picking up a new cool weather cycling kit can be a narrow investment. On the one hand, performance is paramount. Staying dry and warm while reaping the benefits of breathability and bike-specific features like considered pocket placement and visibility elements is essential to…

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Andaz Tokyo Toranomon Hills: The design-minded hotel offers a sophisticated, luxurious stay that brings forth the best of Japanese culture

Andaz Tokyo Toranomon Hills


On the 47th to 52nd floors of the new Toranomon Hills skyscraper is one of Tokyo’s newest hotels. Andaz Tokyo Toranomon Hills—the Hyatt-owned brand’s second property in Asia—is aiming for a sophisticated yet simple approach to…

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Moniker Art Fair 2014: A celebration of contemporary art rooted in urban culture in East London

Moniker Art Fair 2014


Innovative art company Moniker Projects’ eponymous Moniker Art Fair just marked its fifth anniversary with a three-day show at The Truman Brewery in the creative and commercial center…

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“Shadowing” Street Project, Bristol: A haunting and artistic reminder of Britain’s CCTV culture in this interactive installation




Walk down the streets of Bristol—a university city in England’s West Country—after dark, and while passing under a streetlight, you might find yourself sharing the illuminated circle with the ghosts of visitors past: someone else’s shadow walking…

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REMIX Summit NYC: Sree Sreenivasan of The Met : The renowned museum’s first Chief Digital Officer weighs in on technology, art culture and the upcoming conference

REMIX Summit NYC: Sree Sreenivasan of The Met


The worlds of technology, culture and entrepreneurship have never been more connected. Success in any of the aforementioned disciplines requires not just a significant knowledge but a reverence for a diverse range of topics that were once thought unrelated. Building a new…

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UPPERCUP + Coffee Supreme Reusable To-Go Cup: A colorful collaboration unites Australia’s premier coffee culture

UPPERCUP + Coffee Supreme Reusable To-Go Cup


by Chérmelle Edwards Consuming takeaway coffee is a daily ritual for many. Though the experience of sipping such high quality coffee out of a paper cup leaves much to be desired. With this in mind, a group of Australian design (and coffee) enthusiasts…

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Studio Visit: Neal Fox: We visit the London artist’s “deranged teenage bedroom” filled with dinosaur drawings, pop culture references, paints, books and more

Studio Visit: Neal Fox


Since graduating from the Royal College of Art 10 years ago, Londoner Neal Fox has created meticulously detailed, wonderfully macabre paintings that have been shown in galleries all over the world, and his illustrations have graced…

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