Posts tagged as "Barcelona"
Eyescream and friends, an ice cream that travelled 11000 kilometres.

Eyescream and friends, an ice cream that travelled 11000 kilometres.

Eyescream has defined itself as a different ice cream shop, which is very clear from the moment you walk into the shop in Paseo Joan de Borbón in Barcelona. Every day the small but attractive shop founded by Joad López and Federico Mendoza in September 2012 captures the attention of both residents of and visitors...
The aesthetic of transgression

The aesthetic of transgression

Paralyzed in the middle of Plaça dels Ángels, I’m like a cone that skaters dodge before jumping, doing new and climbing somersaults. I’m in one of the crucial centers of The Raval neighborhood in Barcelona and I’m in front of the city’s contemporary art temple: an extraordinary whitish building whose profile a girl is trying...
Keep Real Birds. Round two.

Keep Real Birds. Round two.

After the success of the first venue, Keep Real Birds take their second night at the Barts Club in Barcelona with the same spirit of diversion and synergy. Next Friday, the 4th October, from 10:30 pm, this group of electronic birds have a date. In this event, they will introduce you to the Spanish DJ...
The Barcelona Tattoo Expo 2013: the great tattoo festival

The Barcelona Tattoo Expo 2013: the great tattoo festival

It’s time to show the tattoos or to think about the possibility of decorating you skin with new shapes and drawings. The 16th edition of the Barcelona Tattoo Expo 2013 takes place in the city of Barcelona and promises to be the best meeting that this sector can offer to professionals and amateurs. If you...
Back at Park Güell

Back at Park Güell

The first and only time I set foot in Park Güell was years ago, during a school excursion. I must have been in the 8th grade, and the truth is at that time Antoni Gaudí was much less important to me than Rivaldo, Richard Ashcroft or sports footwear: my images of Park Güell are hidden...
El Marsella is clandestine

El Marsella is clandestine

The history of el Marsella is unfailingly the history of his life. As a young boy, he would have breakfast at the same bar where at night they would serve absinthe and other drinks; they still serve them, actually, only now they do it illegally. The place is his home, although he doesn’t live there....
La Escocesa

La Escocesa

In our first issue dedicated to Barcelona, we just had to mention “La Escocesa”, an old industrial complex located in the Poblenou neighbourhood and donated to Associació d’Idees, a diverse group of artists from different disciplines with a long history of working in the factory. A bit of its history In 1852, La Escocesa was...
A view of barcelona from its architecture

A view of barcelona from its architecture

This is a project by Borja Ballbé, a catalan photographer who offers us a very personal view of barcelona through its architecture. This city has always been considered a milestone of two kinds of architecture, the modernist style, which was developed at the beginning of the twentieth century and the more modern and present style....
BCN&CAKE Prepares its best ingredients

BCN&CAKE Prepares its best ingredients

After the success of the first year of the creative pastry fair, with over 12,000 visitors in two days, BCN&CAKE is planning its return in style. This second fair will be taking place this year in Barcelona, where you will find decorating workshop, the latest cooking tools, and over 25 courses taught by internationally renowned...