Wave goodbye to cars and uneasy, jay-walking situations as you reflect upon these pictures I took on my trip to Venice with my family. If given the choice, I swear I would never have left. In between scurrying through the alleyway-streets filled with little shops that sell intricate glass-made jewellery to dirt cheap fashion, Venice… Read More Summer in the City : Venice
Much unlike the film ‘When In Rome’, I didn’t go stealing coins thrown with deep faith and strong hope to finding love from a special fountain, drunkenly and angrily at the thought of not being or finding love. In fact, I did the complete opposite – I fell in love with the city without having… Read More Summer in the City: Rome
Meet Yohannes (known to friends as ‘Yohan’) Daniel, a student at the University of Hertfordshire studying Interior Architecture and Design whose entire presence flaunts relaxed vibes and never ceases to put a smile across your face. It’s all about the trainers nowadays. Not that I’m complaining; well my bank account is. But, they’re a statement… Read More Boys Lookbook: Yohannes Daniel
For a while I’ve resisted writing and drawing with my feminist cap on, in fear that people (particularly men) would find it unattractive. HA! But that ship has sailed and I am now starting to become more open with my “controversial” ideas. As an illustrator, a lot of my mind is explained through drawings. I… Read More Male Gaze City
Visit Milan through Zeynep’s eyes.… Read More Summer in the City: Milan
submitted by Anna Aldridge ‘One belongs to New York instantly, one belongs to it as much in five minutes as in five years.’ – Tom Wolfe I’ve always felt a connection to New York, and I think we all share this connection, a dream with the city. My dream is to live there for a few… Read More 72 Hours in New York City
Home isn’t a place—it’s a feeling.… Read More What is “home”?