Exciting times ahead! From Cannes to Lisbon, Europe is in the spotlight due to renowned festivals and cultural events. Spring is a time when we look for new trends in film industry or search for the new catchy tune that will mark the coming summer.
Most of you probably know Volvo for its safety and its distinct design. Now the well-known car company decided to go a step further and mix innovation with its safety standards. Volvo created a world’s first photo exhibition using a car safety camera to capture the images! Yes, it’s not only totally innovative but also
Vilnius is a unique capital full of contrasts. It is artistic, creative and elegant at the same time. Creativity is everywhere, even on a small, and seemingly uneventful street of Literatu (Literatų gatvė). The street and its walls are dedicated to writers, translators and other people who contributed to Lithuanian and world literature. Inspired by Aidas Marcenas’ poem Literatu Gatve
There are many fairs in Europe and many cities claim to have that ‘special’ expo in this or that field. However, some fairs stand out and set an example to the others. As Monocle’s recent review notes, the 56th edition of Salone del Mobile in Milan could teach the world’s other fairs a few things.
Hashtags are everywhere. Chances are that you have already heard this term and seen that strange # sign. Well, nowadays hashtag sign is used on a daily basis by millions of people for many different purposes. Social media experts use it to promote their content, companies and brands use it to boost their presence and
Our first movie recommendation is here. In case you find yourself in Amsterdam in the upcoming days, we highly suggest you head to the Pakhuis de Zwijger where ‘The Human Scale’ movie will be projected on January 19th 2017. For all others, below you can find a synopsis and a trailer, which will probably inspire you
Here is another great story about the creative marketing strategy for the travel industry! From 5th of July 2015, the Rue Androuet in the famous Montmartre district of Paris, France was renamed to Rue de la Flandre, giving Parisians and visitors the chance to sample the atmosphere of Flanders and Brussels in Paris.