Roaming Hunger started in 2009 in Los Angeles, California, as a simple passion project: A web directory for food trucks.
Nestled in Dublin, Ireland, the design agency Hidden Depth was started by Dave Meier in 2007.
Austin may be one of the fastest growing areas in the country, but, to locals, it is a small town with a flowing conversation of creativity and collaboration.
Four years ago, Conor MacNeill, aka “TheFella,” did something a lot of creative minds out there daydream about: He quit his day job as a web developer, picked up a camera, and left his home of Belfast, Northern Ireland, to travel the world as a photographer.
John Saddington’s life and career has been one of evolution and passion. Born in South Korea, raised in New Jersey, and now at home in Atlanta, Georgia, John built his first program, a Choose-Your-Own adventure game written in BASIC, at the age of 11.
Once a jazz bar called the Melody Room and then a club called the Central, the Viper Room has been an institution of the music scene long before opening in 1993.
Hailing from Freiburg, Germany, Smashing Magazine was created in 2006 by Vitaly Friedman and Sven Lennartz as the online destination for quality articles on web design presented in a very accessible fashion.
Hailing from York, England, Hamish Robertson has travelled west to find his artistic home in Los Angeles.
This strange and wonderful mixture of the man-made clashing with nature… and nature, to me, always seems to be winning.
Portrait by Peter Samuels. How did Summer Tomato get started?
Letterpress artisans Joel and Rosanna Kvernmo moved to L.A. and found an audience eager for handcrafted quality.
Colossal is an art, design and photography resource curated by Christopher Jobson out of Chicago, IL.
Come for the $1 oysters, stay for the one-of-a-kind seasonal delicacies. Meet the Chef/Owner of Foreign & Domestic, a neighborhood joint where French haute cuisine meets Midwestern comfort food.
How did you get started with graphic design? The way I got started with graphic design was about as informal as one would think for a 16 year old.
The “scene” in downtown Honolulu was just starting to show artistic promise a decade ago.
Rachel Berick and Michael Berick own and operate Maptote. Their urban casual totes can be found slung around the shoulders of professionals, kids, parents and anyone interested in securing their handheld load in style.