I’ve always been a huge fan of graffiti and the street art movement. Growing up in New York City or the “cradle of graffiti culture” has been an amazing experience. I’ll never forget the fully tagged subway cars of the late 70s and 80s. And now living in Brooklyn is another blessing for appreciating this permeating phenomenon.
Graffiti and street art add another dimension to a city’s character. While traveling around the world we encountered tons of amazing examples that made places like Brussels, Belgrade, Berlin, Melbourne Continue reading Graffiti and Street Art from Around the World
We came across hundreds if not thousands of bicycles along our journey. Places like Holland and Vietnam certainly stood out in terms of abundance.
As pervasive instruments of transport or subtle subjects of photography, bicycles around the world lightened up our trip. A toast to them! Continue reading Bicycle Collection
St. Martin is special to us. We started going down in February of 2010, soon after our friends Jenn and Mark relocated there. The first time we visited them in the town of Grand Case we fell in love with the island’s mellow vibe and the pristine beaches and waters. It also happened to be Mardi Gras on the night we landed which gave us a taste of Grand Case’s robust cultural flavor. There was plenty of revelry pouring down the main street with flashy costumes while drums and whistles lit up the scene. Continue reading St. Martin & Anguilla (Caribbean)