Months ago, a Russian photographer and his friends risked jail time in order to illegally climb the Great Pyramid of Giza to take photos. In a move to solidify Russia’s claim of having the most daring and ballsy photographers in the world, Russian photographers Vadim Mahora and Raskalov started taking dizzying and death-defying photos on top of Europe’s famous landmarks.
Tapas bars, nightclubs, the best sangria you’ve ever tasted, tapas bars, the beach, boutiques, tapas bars, mellow hipsters and did we mention the tapas bars? Barcelona basks in the Mediterranean sunlight by day; after dark, it becomes a nocturnal wonderland where things don’t even look lively before 9pm. Barcelona is famous for its nightlife, but […]
Wallpeople is an urban art collective that brings large groups of people together to make art. Targeting one specific urban area, they turn on music and work together to create a unique outdoor art gallery. Though it started as a local thing in Barcelona, the Wallpeople movement has spread to more than 40 countries. On June […]
The Bit Hotel in Barcelona looks like a huge mob of children were let loose in its halls with colored pencils. These lovely little wall illustrations were created by Dopludό Collective. They feel so whimsical and friendly. But don’t stop and stare at the little scribbles for too long or you’ll notice that they’re actually […]
The Ruta de las guías inciertas book (Guide of the uncertain walks) is a Barcelona travel guide with a twist. It’s an experimental way to plan a visit to Barcelona through the unique drawings of Clara Nubiola. Over the course of a month, Nubiola was sent daily to an unknown departure point with a bag […]
Befaco is a bunch of people based in Barcelona. They are analog synth lovers and rather geeky. They practice what we call in the scene DIY (Do it yourself), manufacturing modular panels under Befaco’s brand name. They are able to clone classic synthesizers … at least, that’s what I’ve read in the forum and I […]
If you fear seeing an animated penis, then pass on this video. I recently discovered this studio from Barcelona and I completely love their work. I love how fluid and simple but effective their animation work is.
Skulls is an independent streetwear brand created by the Barcelona native, Ivan Jimenez. Ivan is an ex-professional skateboard photographer and an ex-Nike SB brand manager. Good foundations for the Brooklyn-based brand that offers creative products. Skulls hats are handmade in the US to support local economies and ensure the best quality.
Those Barcelona guys are definitely the leaders of new wave 2D animation. Fresh, amazing animation, nothing more has to be said except that we now want this in a feature film. Producers, wake up!
Eva Vazquez de Reoyo is an amazing director and photographer from Barcelona. Her images are extremely poetic and often surreal. Take a look at her work, it really speaks for itself.
Barcelona-based CANADA has taken the art form of the music video into a whole new direction with their fun and ambitious productions. Their recent work includes White Nights for Oh Land (above) and Holy Ghost for White Lies. And if you haven’t seen all their work yet, watch it all right now.
It’s true. Xavier Mor’s packaging does look a bit like cough drops. But Ricola’s got nothing on these chocolate beauties. Hailing from Barcelona, this ‘designer chocolate‘ is the quintessential marriage of superb chocolate making meets graphic arts.
The brainchild of inventor Pep Torres, the Museum of Ideas and Inventions of Barcelona (MIBA), is spread over two floors, connected by this glorious slide. Located behind the City Hall, this new museum aims to cast a discerning eye upon creative ideas and inventions.
The team at Camper took the same flourish that they use to design simple and comfortable shoes and created a slick little space for weary heads to lay. Converting a typical 19th century building in the middle of Barcelona’s gritty El Raval area into a boutique hotel, Casa Camper is sparse in furnishings but heavy on stylish, fun and hip accents.
Who doesn’t love a good sausage? Certainly not the members of the recently revived Buticlub, a society brought together by their love and appreciate of the butifarra sausage.