Tag: Travel


Breaking Bread is a Wonderful Thing

This was an extraordinary episode of Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown. I like to imagine that if my father and I had more time, we too would be eating Bun Cha in Hanoi – talking about his time in Vietnam during the war and how peace with your former enemy is a wonderful thing.

Source: Hanoi – Parts Unknown | Medium

The Region Where The Most Creative Americans Live

The North-South Creative Divide_2014The “creative class,” a term coined by urbanist author Richard Florida, describes a vast group of American workers who implement some amount of ingenuity into their everyday tasks. Whether that’s coming up with brand new ideas or rethinking outdated ones, professions in the arts—and less obvious ones like science and technology—all draw upon creative thinking to evolve and thrive.

Source: The Region Where The Most Creative Americans Live Might Surprise You | GOOD

Milton Glaser Still Is a Legend

Milton Glaser’s 87-year love affair with New York is a fable of the city itself, beginning in one era of economic and ethnic division, the 1930s in the South Bronx, and arriving now in another one, with different fault lines and promises. Along the way, his I ♥ NY logo, first drawn on a scrap of paper in the back of taxi, has declared that love in a nearly universal language, understood in every corner of the planet.

Source: Milton Glaser Still Hearts New York | New York Times

Design Principles That Attract the Millennial Traveller

For Millennials, the experience and the product are one in the same and the lines between the digital and physical experience are less defined, if at all.

Source: Five Design Principles to Attract the Millennial Traveller – Tnooz

The Beautiful Game’s Undershirt Goal Celebration

Along with the wonder goals, penalties, sending offs and pitch invasions, some of football’s most memorable moments have come in the form of the undershirt celebration: hastily scrawled or ironed-on messages expressing political views or religious beliefs, which players would lift their shirt to reveal after scoring a goal.

Source: I Belong to Jesus: a Loving Homage to the Undershirt Goal Celebration – Creative Review