Page 1
OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA
Gallery

Van Cafés in Al Mina

One of the most beautiful things about technology is the way it connects people around the world. So many things we had no exposure to before, now are accessible through the internet. From pictures of cats to news photography and everything in between, this post illustrates the corner pillars of the internet of today really well. Omar Reda curates cool photos of Van Cafés in Al Mina, Lebanon. When I seen these pictures it feels almost like I am there in front of them.

For more information about Omar check out his portfolio at http://omarreda.net/

Continue Reading →

Man-wants-watch
Image

Slow-Watches way better then Apple Watch.

No, it’s not literally slow — otherwise it wouldn’t be much of a timepiece. Then again, the single hands of Slow Watches do move slower than usual. But there’s a good reason for that: these novel watches use a single hand that rotates around a full 24-hour dial, with indexes marking every 15 minutes. Whether that causes you to speed up or slow down depends on your temperament, but no matter what, you rest assured the Swiss Made Ronda Caliber 505.24H GMT movement will keep the correct time.

Continue Reading →

Standard

Amazon Unpacked.

Ben Roberts takes us inside Amazon’s insanely humungous warehouse

Ever wondered where Amazon keep their huge inventory? Well thanks to Ben Roberts and journalist Sarah O’Connor, you can indulge your curiosity in their project Amazon Unpacked. In 2011, Amazon occupied a warehouse the size of nine football pitches in the dilapidated town of Rugeley, Staffordshire.

There’s more to this story than just marvelling at the size of Amazon’s warehouse. Rugeley is a former coal mining town, and devastated by it’s closure in 1990, the residents were hopeful of Amazon moving in and revitalising the economy. Not only does Ben photograph the warehouse itself but also the community, he questions “the arrival of Amazon to occupy a huge warehouse in the town was originally seen as being a boost to the local economy, but has it turned out that way?”

Standard

BRAVE meet Tommy Carroll

If you ever consider that you can not do this or you can not do that. Picture this guys, burn him on your retina, and keep him there forever.
Thank you Tommy Carroll for opening my eyes.

Sidenote on the music, it’s totally amazing and I just want to share the tune with the rest of the world, you can buy it here.

Music: ”WHERE THE HEART IS”
Written by: Marijn van der Meer and Jorrit Kleijnen
Performed by: Marijn van der Meer

The team behind the production:
Agency: The Odd shop
Creative Directors: Niels de Wit, Robert van der Lans
Production: Josefien Hofman