An indie magazine for creative minds focused on travel, arts, culture, and curiosities

Whenever the moment strikes when you want to get on a plane and go as far away from real life as possible, travel Instagrammers and blogger’s sites can be just what the doctor ordered to cure your restless and wandering heart.


The streets are increasingly becoming witnesses of the creativity of hundreds if not thousands of artists around the world. Spaces that were once ignored by pedestrians, are now being highlighted by the work of incredible visual storytellers.

Renowned Chef, Brand Manager, Co-Founder of Heirloom Restaurant, and mother of one gorgeous young man, Georgia Morley is a positive and nutritional force to be reckoned with.

Those that have traveled the world over can attest to a feeling of invigoration and wonder at experiencing a new place for the first time.

The Los Angeles’ The Broad Museum won the Leading Culture Destination Award, or Museum Oscars (so nicknamed). Why The Broad? The answer is part infamy and hype, and part curiosity and wonder.


Some people like sitting down to watch airplanes taking off or landing, but photographer Mike Kelley took that fascination to a different level.

Product Highlights

Located in Granada, Nicaragua, a small but vibrant community is thriving by making beautifully handcrafted hammocks, swings, and baby seats.


Meet Cambiami, a revolutionary shoewear brand that allows you to have dozens of pair of shoes without taking any space in your closet or your bag! How? They have invented a system that helps you change the color of your strap…

Hickies x Hayo

Isn’t it annoying when you have to take your shoes off at the airport and you’re wearing sneakers and it’s mega irritating to undo and do your shoelaces again? What if we told you there’s a product out there that turns your lace-up shoes into slip-ons?…

Other Updates
wanderlust series

Join us at our final Wanderlust Series of 2016! We have two special guests for this talk with very different life stories. 2016 has been a year that made us reflect on who we are as human beings and what we want history to be. We have seen, on repeated occasions, how hate and lack of tolerance take center stage and how it seems we have returned to the past where racism and religious persecutions are normal.


Our senses play an important role in the way we relate to a place or a moment in time. When we walk around a place we hadn’t seen before, everything that we see, touch, smell or taste has an extra layer of magic and surprise.

Reserve Your Spot!