As explained before in a previous Traveliving Series installment, overlanders is a quite respectful “tribe” of travelling industry in terms of numbers & market share. However, the tourism & hospitality industry has not been designed to accommodate their needs & expectations. At least, not in all cases. But lets define first what an overlander is […]
I mentioned in my last blog post that I’d had the improbable but wonderful experience of attending a feminist comic artists’ residence on Helsinki, organised by the formidable FEMSKT, Femicomics Finland. The few days gave me a so much: the visual stimulation of a completely new landscape; new friends and contacts; and a window into the practices of two dozen women from many different countries, all making comics for their own reasons and in their own ways.
I’ll write a fuller blog post about it all soon (EDIT: it’s here), together with some links to the several interesting artists and projects I encountered, but for now, here is my response in comic form. It centres around the house we all stayed in, which as I hope is clear, had an extraordinary provenance that made the whole event possible. Click twice on any of the pages to see them…
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These days, sharing and engaging on social media is essential to growing your business or personal brand. Here are 10 writers, artists, and photographers taking advantage of Instagram to expand their reach.
Brooklyn-based fashion photographer BriAnne Wills photographs women and their feline companions all over New York City at Girls and Their Cats. To date, she’s showcased over 200 women in this series.
“In 2016, I lost my beloved soulmate cat, Oliver, when he was only 7. It was sudden and devastating, as Oliver had seen me through many hard transitions in my life and I wasn’t prepared to lose my constant companion. After that, I said I wouldn’t adopt again as I didn’t want to let myself get that attached to another innocent animal. My downfall, however, came when my friend Danielle adopted two cats from Happy Homes Animal Rescue in New…
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As much as we love it, travelling requires time and money. I’m fortunate to be planning my own solo travel to New Zealand, however, I’m aware that this might be my only chance to travel. There are still hundreds of places I might never see unless by chance I win the lottery. So, I’ve created […]
If you’re an artist, be sure to use your online presence to display your latest masterpieces and seek out new clients. Here are three illustrators that effectively promote their artwork with stunning portfolio-style websites.
Federico Paoli, an artist in Lucca, Italy, focuses on illustration, graphic design, and art direction.
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Federico Paoli uses Photo Blog, a single-column, grid-based theme that showcases his latest illustrations. This portfolio layout is one of four “style packs” included in this premium theme — you can switch to a different design with just a click.
We love Federico’s minimal, highly curated look: each post highlights a single illustration, and he displays one link at the top right to his Contact page, which lists his social links, representation and client information, and features in publications.
Lily Williams is a freelance artist in…
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Go through amazing infographics shared by Josh Brandwene and know travel industry and travel stats properly. This is the list of best informative infographics related travel industry.
#1. 8 Ways to Stretch Your Travel Budget
#2. Greek Islands and island hopping
#3. What type of London traveller are you
#4. Why Move to Whistler
Josh Brandwene is an expert travel adviser in The States who helps travelers to make their holiday’s trips and vacations more memorable. Get in touch with Josh Brandwene at https://medium.com/@JoshBrandwene