Tag: Travel


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

Brilliant Art – Street Printing

Using public street fixtures as printing elements, the artist collective behind Berlin-based Raubdruckerin (pirate printer) produces shirts and bags imprinted with manhole covers, vents, and utility grates. The overlooked geometric patterns and typographic forms of urban signage make surprisingly nifty graphics for shirts. The collective applies ink directly to the streets and prints on-site in locations like Amsterdam, Lisbon, and Paris and then sell their creations through an online shop.

Source: Pirate Printers: Shirts and Totes Printed Directly on Urban Utility Covers | Colossal

Summer Afternoon

“Summer afternoon—summer afternoon; to me those have always been the two most beautiful words in the English language.”

– Henry James

The Fleet on Lake Calhoun. Minneapolis, Minnesota. July 17, 2016

The Gravity of London Shoe Artwork

There are many theories, but no one is quite sure where the practice of throwing shoes over raised urban infrastructure started. Some suggest bullies take shoes from other kids and toss them over power and telephone lines; other think it could be a way of marking gang or drug-dealing territories. Or perhaps people just make and lose bad bets, paying the price with sore feet.

Source: Anti-Gravity Boots: London Shoe Artwork Defies Laws & Physics | Urbanist