Category: Culture

Style: A Trip to Bentley

“During a recent trip to England we were invited to tour Bentley’s factory in Crewe and had the chance to get a behind-the-scenes look at how these luxury powerhouses are put together from start to finish. The hands-on plant offered a wildly different experience than other car manufacturing processes we have seen and, by relying on a level of manual precision machines can’t always replicate, provided a fascinating example of the merge of technology and craftsmanship in creating truly luxurious custom automobiles.” – Cool Hunting


Culture: Leonardo Da Vinci: The Man Who Wanted To Know Everything

Da Vinci was one of the great creative minds of the Italian Renaissance. He was hugely influential as an artist and sculptor but also immensely talented as an engineer,scientist and inventor. Documentary: Part 1/10.

Style: The Pursuit Of (Cool): COLTRANE CURTIS

“Miles & Duke & Wynton & Mos”

Coltrane Curtis talks about the influence of Jazz musicians on his personal style.

Culture: Jiro Dreams of Sushi Documentary Trailer

“Most see it as a piece of fish wrapped on rice. A few see it as a gift from dedicated fishermen and fishes from this bountiful planet. This Sushi Master Chef is one of the few who appreciates the fishermen’s hard work, the world’s bountiful of fishes by turning it into a mouth watering masterpiece easily consumed in just a mouthful.

We tend to forget what should be appreciated instead take everything for granted. World’s getting smaller everyone, let’s show some respect and tolerance.”

Culture: Mr.Pharrell Williams in “Tokyo Rising” Documentary

Mr. Pharrell Williams exploring his second home: Tokyo. Part 1

Culture: Beer, The New Wine

Article from INTELLIGENT LIFE magazine.


“Seeking out the best bars in a foreign city is a hit-and-miss affair—unless you are fortunate enough to have fallen in with a couple of members of the British Guild of Beer Writers. Which is exactly what happened to me on a recent trip to Copenhagen, where Carlsberg was unveiling its new worldwide marketing campaign. After a lavish dinner in Carlsberg’s vast art gallery, the journalists suggested heading off for something a little less mass-market.”