Does design matter more than experience? Visiting Hamam Omerya, Cyprus

Sometimes design overpowers an experience and I felt that visiting Hama Omerya in Cyprus, here's why... The first time I went to a hamam was when I was in Morocco. I'd previously chickened out of...

Did you know Romania has a museum dedicated to Icons on Glass?

In keeping with tradition I escaped abroad to ring in the New Year and for 2018 I chose the region of Transylvania in Romania. Yes I did encounter Dracula but I’m saving that for...

8 Paintings To Seek Out in Algiers, Algeria

Street art is one thing, but painted public places to make life more interesting is quite another. From the moment I landed in Algeria and my taxi headed into central Algiers the first thing...

Could this be The Most Colourful Art Exhibition London Has Ever Seen?

Naming something ‘The Most Colourful Art Exhibition London Has Ever Seen’ is the highest accolade a Rainbow Hunter like me could possibly bestow upon a gallery but I stand firm. ‘The Gently Explosive Art...

Nicosia, Cyprus has a seriously cool café called The Gym…

Truth is once you leave behind the small labyrinth of markets filled with tourist tat that greet you in Nicosia, the capital of Cyprus, you’ll find yourself in what could be a high street...

Visiting The Miffy Museum, Uretcht, Holland

I can't remember when or where I was when I first discovered that there is an actual MIFFY MUSEUM in existence but I do recall that from that very moment it was high up on...

Belgium’s Liquid City, Brugge Triennale 2018

As if the architecture in Belgium wasn’t already appealing enough (while I was there over the weekend I learnt in particular, that you should always look up), the quaint town of Bruges is currently...

Dreaming in rainbows – visiting teamLab Borderless, Shanghai

“Some people spend three hours here, others a whole day.” I’m told this as I walk into a dark room where the floors are flickering and moving in ripples towards me. I look at...

African Print Cushions

Bold, bright and beautiful, this range of cushions and bolsters (from £35) are made by Nigerian designer Yemi Onibeyo. Modernising classic batik fabrics by introducing them into soft furnishings means African art is more...

Indian Horse Toy

Too good to be a toy we have a complete crafty crush on this textile trojan. Hand-crafted from block-printed Rajasthani organic cotton and draped in finery it's based on traditional Indian wedding horses, upon...

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