How social media platforms are being used by young people for experiencing art is an issue that most people can have an idea about or be familiar with, as it is being focused on and explored constantly. In this short story, I wanted to take a slightly different approach and reflect on the role of social … More Short Story – No Escape
How many art museums or galleries are there today, that don’t have an active Facebook or Twitter page? What about the number of institutions that continue to have inflexible rules when it comes to photography in their spaces? How many of us, especially as millennials, didn’t take a #MuseumSelfie to post on Instagram yet? Even … More Interview with Curator Mine Kaplangı on Art and Social Media
Turkish cuisine is regarded as one of the best ones in the world, and trust me, I’m not telling this because I’m Turkish – it genuinely is in so many ways! The traces of the traditional Ottoman cuisine and the flavours of different cuisines such as Mediterranean and Middle Eastern ones, renders Turkish cuisine very extensive … More A Must-Visit Turkish Restaurant in London-Babaji
I went to Saigon for the first time recently. It’s a brand new restaurant located in Sishane, Beyoglu, which offers Asian dishes with a Mediterranean influence. The restaurant has a unique decoration and ambience, with the gigantic Buddha sculpture at the middle and dim red lights. Since it’s at the rooftop of a building, the view from … More Restaurant Recommendation-Saigon
So, after the first term of the university ended, I returned to my hometown Istanbul to spend the Christmas break here, and it feels amazing to be back. I’ll be writing regular Istanbul posts as long as I’m here, and here’s the first one, hope you enjoy!:) Besides from my family, friends and of course the … More First Istanbul Post – Four Seasons Hotel at the Bosphorus
This is the first guest post that I’m featuring on my blog so it’s pretty exciting for me! It’s written by Jaime Tung, the talented author and creator of angloyankophile.com – an award-winning blog full of her amazing adventures and discoveries as an American in London – and in many other parts of the world!:) Thank you so much Jaime … More Guest Post- Breakfast at Honey & Co.
British photographer Rich McCor, aka Paperboyo, reshapes most well-known landmarks all around the world – just by using paper cutouts & a camera ! When I discovered his work through his Instagram account, I was really surprised to see the most iconic places remodeled in a minimalist and innovative way. McCor reflects his imagination through paper cutouts that … More Creative & Minimalist Paper Art by British Photographer Rich McCor