Author:Hayo Magazine

Finding Your Perfect Beach in Thailand and The Myth About Koh Tao

Brought to you by Herschel Supply Co.   Koh Tao, an island in the western Gulf of Thailand, is increasingly becoming more and more popular amongst tourists. In this day and age, it might seem hard to find a semi-private, peaceful location that is both accessible and...

Impressive Architectural Installation Leaves in Awe Viewers in Abu Dhabi

Italian artist Edoardo Tresoldi specializes in very intricate architectural pieces made of wire usually present in public spaces. This time, Edoardo was tasked with the creation of a piece for a royal event in Abu Dhabi, in collaboration with Dubai-based studio Designlab Experience. According to...

Namibian Desert’s Vibrant Landscape

Photographer Ryan Cheng has a newfound appreciation for the desert life after visiting the Namibian desert and learning about how life (animals and plants) survived in the desert and the ways in which they have evolved to become self-sustainable. This photo essay rescues the beauty...

Hayo Wins Best Niche Magazine in Canada Award

We are incredibly proud and excited to announce that Hayo has been awarded Best Niche / Special Interest Magazine in Canada by the Canadian Magazines Awards, celebrated last Thursday, April 27th at the Four Seasons Hotel in Toronto, Ontario. Hayo was launched online in 2014 and...

Unauthorized Art Installations Take Over Supermarkets & Big Stores

Artist Carson Davis Brown created a new series called Mass, a site-specific installation that uses objects found in big-box stores to create unauthorized sculptures that he then photographs and leaves behind for passersby to appreciate, if noticed, afterward. The project is about creating a visual disruption...