San Gimignano x Helmut Newton

San Gimignano is a small town in Italy, a medieval walled town surrounded by an outer newer town. Like all small towns and medieval villages it is utterly charming and old and cobbly and uphill and so, perfect. It is also not the place you expect to see a Helmut Newton exhibition, but that’s the…

Read More

The Amazigh | We Travel That We May Know

We journey out of our comfort zones that we may learn about the wider world. The world is big and vast and in so many respects small and intimate. When we travel there is a need to be connected; not just physically or digitally, but in a way where we learn the history of the…

Read More

Amsterdam | Europe’s Cool Cousin

Amsterdam is coolness, its just that simple. Coolness. Wander around with Van Gogh on your mind, let the blooms of tulips in the spring enchant you, a visual feat of architecture, weed? Yes. The Red Light District? Sure. But those are mere parts in a city filled with personality and the best pancakes I’ve ever…

Read More

Finding Frida | Frida Kahlo, The Heroine Of Her Life

Today is Friday Kahlo’s birthday and somewhere in heaven I want to believe that she and Diego finally have a shot at life together, with lots of children and happiness that eluded them in life. Frida Kahlo, a woman full of mystique, an artist full of life. For years I have followed her art and…

Read More