Coffee is a staple part of the morning in nearly every household. Dropping fresh grounds into a filter, filling a brewer with water, and watching a pot fill with fresh, hot, aromatic coffee–all at the push of a button–is almost as pleasant as it is ubiquitous.
Remote work, whether working from home, a coffee shop, or elsewhere, can help freelancers and flexible employees to get more done and derive more satisfaction from their work. There are also some pretty great co-working spaces available in bigger towns and cities – but what are the dos and don’ts of remote work? Getting it right is key, so read on
Centre Pompidou and the Philadelphia Museum of Art receive an excepetional gift from Giuseppe Penone
Italian artist Giuseppe Penone (born in 1947) is making two simultaneous gifts of nearly 350 drawings to the Centre Pompidou and as many works on paper to the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
If you run a studio in an arts district, then you’re probably competing with neighboring studios to attract potential visitors and buyers. A lot of people who don’t frequently visit art galleries might feel a little hesitant about stepping into one because some artists are known for being overly salesperson-ish, and also because some studios give off an “upscale and pretentious” vibe.
Most people take coffee for granted. There’s actually much more to it than gulping down some coffee before you dash… Read More
We love Makita the tool maker’s new rugged coffee maker the CM501D that runs on battery power and looks just like a drill. It’s powered by the same lithium-ion batteries as cordless screwdrivers and drills the Makita make.
Jeremy Shaw’s 2017 work Liminals is being exhibited at The Store on The Strand in an exhibition with König Galerie in partnership with The Vinyl Factory.
Great art, great bagels, great coffee. Mustafah Abdulazziz is an artist you’ll look forward to meeting over breakfast.
Mustafah Abdulazziz is interested in people. His work as a photographer focuses on the connection between water and humanity, with and in his daily life, there’s a similar focus on looking at the big picture.
An almost identical copy
A film about spraying paint
A film about falling
A film about a chair
A film about a car
A film about a car park
The Barisieur is just the thing you need for the New Year an alarm clock that wakes you up with a perfect cup of coffee.