Hypnopompic by Kustaa Saksi

Finnish-born, Amsterdam-based graphic artist Kustaa Saksi creates abstract, dream-like, and fantastical illustrations that, as well as gracing gallery walls across the world, have been featured in campaigns for brands such as Nike, Lacoste,… Continue reading

Some Faces You Might See In Costa Rica

Beautiful faces, each and every one.

In Pictures: Las Vegas’ Neon Museum

Have you noticed that neon lights are disappearing from our cities? Those giant flashing lights you see in places like Times Square are produced nowadays by LED, not the sliced and twisted gas-filled… Continue reading

A Culinary Visit to the Riviera Maya

I’ve never stayed at an all-inclusive resort before — it’s not really what I imagined to be my scene — so I had no preconceived notions of the quality, or lack thereof, of… Continue reading

Misandry at Marlton House

Here is Room 214 of the newly opened (but still in a soft opening phase) The Marlton. This was Valerie Solanas’ room when she shot Andy Warhol in 1968. But that’s not all… Continue reading

Massive Attack v Adam Curtis

A few pictures from the show at Park Avenue Armory last week:

Hotel Spy: Montreal Marriott Chateau Champlain, Montreal

The view of Montreal from the Marriott Chateau Champlain. When I stayed there: December 2012 Location: Downtown Montreal Number of Rooms: 592 Eating and Drinking: A restaurant, a lobby bar, and a Starbucks… Continue reading

Hotel Spy: Downtown Mexico

The entrance, on Isabela la Católica, to Downtown Mexico. The hotel, a Grupo Habita property, is housed in a 17th-century palace and offers a budget hostel option as well as the boutique hotel.… Continue reading

New York Summer

Farewell to summer 2013:

In Pictures: Novotel Times Square’s “Electric Reveal”

The Novotel Times Square had its grand reopening party last night, after an $85 million redesign. There were neon cocktails, arialists, and an insane laser show.