Just down the street from Seattle’s famed Pike Place Market, is one of the most unusual installations of public art in modern times. Known as the Seattle Gum Wall, it is a colorful, quirky collection of chewing gum, added one piece at a time by passers-by. The wall has gained fame as a favorite photo spot for residents and visitors to the Pacific Northwest.
British-based artist Bruce Munro has earned international acclaim for his ethereal, light-based sculptural artworks. Munro’s largest site-specific project to date, “Field of Light at Sensorio,” serves to illuminate the beauty of picturesque Paso Robles in California.
If you have ever wanted to run away to a tropical paradise and never return to reality, Atlantis, Paradise Island in the Bahamas, might be your ideal destination. Whether you are a poolside worshipper or more of a gambling or golfing type, Atlantis has more than just a little to offer anyone’s taste.
In years past, a visit to the circus meant magic and excitement, thrills and awe-inspiring performances. Over time, however, awareness of what goes on behind the scenes of a circus has seen many people turn their backs and even boycott these entertaining extravaganzas altogether. Circus Roncalli has set out to change that.
Since the 1930s, drive-in movie theaters have been part of the American cultural landscape. Today, there are about 350 drive-ins across the country – a paltry number compared to the 4,000 that once were. These top ten drive-in movie theaters are must-visit attractions for film buffs and anyone who likes to have some good old-fashioned fun, with all of today’s modern comforts.
Globe-trotter Adam Hackländer documents his travels in stunning and meticulous hardcover notebooks that are part intimate diary and part art. Reading like a graphic novel, Häcklander’s journals are a private peek into his curious, wanderlust spirit, all in a mixed media package of illustration and reflective storytelling.
“The Simpsons” disheveled TV room. The “Friends” quirky New York City apartment. “Stranger Things” eerie, fairy-lit, mishmash living room. We all know and love these iconic rooms. Now, you can make your own pad look like your favorite television show set as if it has leapt straight off the screen.
As the gig economy introduces greater flexibility, it is becoming more important than ever to find a holiday that not only offers what you want and fits your schedule, but also remains well within your available budget. So, here are our five favorite tricks that can help you find a cheap holiday without having to compromise on quality.
The “Modern Toilet Restaurant” in the über-hip Ximending neighborhood of Taipei, Taiwan, is a pretty unique bathroom-themed food enterprise. This place has been designed to wow the Instagram generation with some of the most exciting and unusual bathroom twists you have ever seen. Here, the seats are real toilets, the menu is written on a toilet-seat shaped paper, and the waiting staff delivers little chocolate “poop” ice creams.
Located roughly a hundred miles northeast of Reno, Nevada, the annual gathering fondly known as “Burning Man” has been mesmerizing art audiences for over three decades. While “Burning Man” has a tangled history, it was founded in 1986 and is now maintained by Burning Man Project, a non-profit organization boasting its headquarters in San Francisco, California.