Top 10


4 March 2020
The things that make our lives better.


THE PLACE
It could have been in Kreuzberg, but it was in Krasno Selo. Gude of Tsar Boris III 157 is lit by red candles in tequila bottles, the furniture is older than some guests and the walls are made of glass in metal frames. Their food is simple, but see details - the beer they make themselves.



THE SCIENTISTS
They also have socks on the faces of the royal family and with the most famous artists, but we release our £ 30 at chattyfeet.com and we're waiting for a box of four scientists back. We then alternate – on Monday we are with "Albert Einstoe", on Tuesday with " Stephen Toeking " ...



THE BRAND
Many brands claim that folklore is eternal, but most of us smell strongly of naphthalene. Not Veza that mix elements from old clothes with new silhouettes and designs. We just wait to find out where to get them live.


ARRANGEMENTS
What about a bunch of flowers after a lavish celebration? Instead of throwing them, florist Lewis Miller rarranges them in New York's bins as a cascade of recycled beauty for passers-by. Here's an idea if you are getting married soon.



THE BOOK
Nothing wrong with the flower in hand for March 8, but it's "so much 1910". Well, actually, the day has not been celebrated with a bouquet since its first year, but here's something more for today: give yourself a graphic novella Women in Battle to remember what the big deal is about the holiday.


ACOUSTICS
Bisera Pencheva of Stanford and sound specialist Jonathan Abel record a bursting balloon in St Sofia, Istanbul. From there, they digitally build its acoustics for Lost Voices of Hagia Sophia - an album that imagined what church choirs sounded like before it became a mosque. We listen to Spotify.



THE ILLUSTRATOR
"Spending time with children? My God, no," Quentin Blake says for the Guardian and even if he doesn't like it, we lived long with his illustrations for Roald Dahl. We're drawing a star next to his new book in English - it's coming out soon and it's called The Weed.


ROLE
Timothée Chalamet has not mistaken so far, so Bob Dylan must be equally excited about exactly how he was chosen to portray the early years of the singer's life in a future bio film Going Electric. It also helps that director is James Mangold, who did Walk the Line .



THE ALBUM
After sinking us deeper into the weird Swim in 2010, Caribou is now surprising our ears with Suddenly . We swim again in his warm electronics with dreamy vocals - a super soundtrack to burst spring.




THE GUIDE
Why are some Kuker masks 2m high? Here's what you also have to learn from Regionale - a pocket guide with a road map and info on customs, nature and annual festivals in Plovdiv and the surrounding area. The design is of scary Punkt, which makes things even better.



 

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