Travel to Myanmar today, and you’ll immediately see that it’s a beautiful, mysterious land. Located in Southeast Asia, Myanmar’s rich geographic landscape, ancient culture, and diverse peoples are something out of a mystic story.
This new video by Tim Eddy is this week’s #wanderlust–an adventure in New Zealand. It features words from Alan Watts, and takes us from “the glowing blue glaciers, to the dense ancient forests and crystal clear turquoise rivers.” The video is filled with timelapses, playful transitions, and intoxicating shots of what’s becoming the outdoorsman’s mecca.
The Bushwick Collective is transforming a neighborhood through art, and in a way that embraces the neighborhood’s culturally diverse history. Walk down a street between St. Nicholas to Irving Ave in Bushwick (Brooklyn), and you’re likely to gain inspiration.
This week’s #Wanderlust features the beautiful Fallingwater house in Mill Run, PA. Designed by the legendary architect Frank Lloyd Wright in 1934, Fallingwater stretches over a 30 ft. waterfall, and was one of the the most famous private residences in the world. For those of you craving to get out of the office, tours of
From Denver to Tibet, Patagonia to Turkey, Chad to Myanmar and many other exotic places, photographer Renan Ozturk is producing some of the most glorious photos to have ever graced Instagram. He is our generation’s Steve McCurry or Nick Nichols, an adventure photographer with a heart for the unknown and an eye to be reckoned
From Rembrandt to David Bowie, Canaletto to Marilyn Manson, The Groninger Museum in Groninger, Holland is as diverse of a museum as any. It’s a hidden gem in comparison to the other mega euro-museums, and a creative delight to be treasured! With a spotlight consistently shining on The Louvre, this smaller dutch museum is often