Journal

Vancouver Photo Book Fair Launches for Capture Festival

Capture Photography Festival arrives in Vancouver for its 5th edition and has over 70 galleries, community spaces, and events happening during the entire month of April all over the city. The festival strives to nurture emerging talent, engage the community, and spark public dialogue about...

Flipping My World Inside Out to Become a Full-Time Traveler

A few years ago, I was working in Human Resources in an office and living a pretty routine life. Fortunately, my job became remote and I decided to leverage this opportunity to spice things up by traveling. Since then and to this day I’m on...

Love Cycling? Here Are 5 Stretches in India You Must Try Out

The amazing terrain of India promises any biking enthusiast an adrenaline rush as they ride through the rocky hills and challenging mountains to unravel unexplored places and discover the various cultures that accompany them. Here are some cycling routes located all over the country which must...

These are the Smithsonian Photography Finalists in the Travel Category

The 14th annual photo contest organized by Smithsonian magazine has some really incredible submissions and we wanted to share the striking photographs selected as finalists for the Travel category. This year, more than 48,000 submissions were received from photographers in 146 countries and territories.   If you liked any...

The Undiscovered Beauty of Jacmel, Haiti

Last spring my boyfriend and I were sitting at a little Mexican restaurant in the West Village, possibly a few too many margaritas deep, we were discussing what we should do with our weekend. Our schedules were totally clear, it was spring, and therefore we...

Melissa Teng from Wit & Folly on The Importance of Travel

You'll find her on Instagram as @witandfolly always sharing inspirational stories, heartfelt messages, and whimsical photographs. Melissa Teng will win you over with her authenticity and inspire you to pursue a better version of yourself. At least, that's how we feel and this is why we...

A Visual Diary of Japan

This summer I took my first trip to Japan, alone. Immediately I fell in love—with the country, its people, its colors, its visuals...

Top 10 Creative Cities to Visit in 2017

The creative class is on the rise and so are the cities that support it. We have created a round-up of places to visit in 2017 that are in line with our travel interests. Whenever we visit a new city, we're always looking for the artistic and...

A Multi-Sensory Art Experience Takes Over the National Art Center of Tokyo

French architect and designer Emmanuelle Moureaux was commissioned to transform a 2,000 sq. meters exhibition space at the National Art Center of Tokyo to celebrate their 10th year anniversary. The artist created this magnificent interactive piece using brightly colored paper cut into numerals which is called...

Metelkova and the Successful Rise of the Slovenian Subculture

Ljubljana –pronounced loo-blee-ah-nah–, capital of Slovenia, has somehow managed to stay off the radar of the flock of tourists that visit Europe every year, but little do they know that this city is home to an eccentric and unique creative scene.   A quaint little city nestled...