Impeccably designed by Michel Penneman and Olivier Hannaert, the PANTONE HOTEL invites you to experience the city of Brussels through a lens of color and a spectrum of comforts…
Global Yodel contributor Morgan Maassen is on the road shooting photographs 10 months our of the year. When he is home he is in Santa Barbara. Check out the full photo series and interview at Global Yodel.
We are giving away two copies of this awesome photo book on Friday.
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Happy Tuesday! Check out this amazing place in Port D’Andratx, Mallorca, Spain. A spectacular property boasting ultramodern and futuristic architecture offering unforgettable sea views and amazing sunsets. The property has been built to highest standards, with outstanding fixtures and fittings.
A master at depicting unique and captivating subject matter, Caesar’s inspiration is derived from a singular drive to push the limits and evoke emotion through innovative photography and design.
With a Bachelors of Arts in Advertising, Caesar has always had an eye for the creative. With a passion and drive to depict unusual, even surreal images, his photography always causes emotion.
As a self proclaimed “non-purist”, his photography calls to mind imagery that is just outside of the box.
Caesar has received multiple accolades and awards including 5 IPA Awards in 2012 and 2011, Archive Magazine 200 Best Advertising Photographers, 2010 IPA Awards, 2010 PX3 in Paris, 2009 IPA Award and 2009 Addy Award to name a few in recent years.
more work @ www.caesarlima.com
San Diego, through the local lens of photographer Sean Marc Lee. Full interview/travel guide on Global Yodel.
In der Nähe des Shoppingbezirks Avenue Louise in Brüssel eröffnete im Mai 2010 das erste Pantone Hotel. Für die Gestaltung der Räume sind der Innenarchitekt Michael Penneman und der Architekt Olivier Hannaert verantwortlich, die jedem der sieben Stockwerke.
Photography at Casa das Mudas, a structure that breathes serenity. from portuguese architect Paulo David – awarded in 2012 with the Alvar Aalto medal.
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Old Photos of Trams on Street of Hungary
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