October 2, 2023

Gadget of the week

Meljac’s Gorgeous Fixture Designs I guarantee you this is how Kanye turns his lights on BY RAIN NOE From Core77 For those of you working in environments design–or looking to trick your studio out with little details that will impress high-end clients–check out the work of this French fixtures company. They’ve been around since 1995, […]

Taste of Cayman Food & Drink Festival announces partnership with Cayman Islands artist

Taste of Cayman Food and Drink Festival, one of Cayman’s longest running events and the Cayman Islands Tourism Association (CITA’s) largest annual fundraiser has announced its partnership with local artist, Michelle Bryan. Festival organisers enlisted the help of Mrs Bryan for the development of a series of illustrations depicting a range of Caymanian culinary characters, […]

Gifts for a foodie fella

From Yummly Gifts for Him Perfect presents for all the food loving dads, lads, and even the ladies on your list. Be the sauce-master HOT SAUCE KIT No warm beer here BEER CHILLERS Kick your feet up FUNNY BEER SOCKS BBQ survival pack BBQ TOOL COOLER Cold beer is coming KING’S HAND SET Get your […]

Medieval estate where Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn honeymooned hits market

BY BECKIE STRUM  From  MANSION GLOBAL The regal history of Daniel O’Donoghue’s medieval-era home in Kent, England, came full circle in July when he celebrated the nuptials of his daughter. She arrived by traditional Shire horse from the local church to her wedding reception that was held on Mr. O’Donoghue’s property, where 486 years ago […]

Nat. Gallery in Sister Islands

New Exhibition Partnership for the National Gallery in Cayman Brac and Little Cayman The National Gallery of the Cayman Islands (NGCI) has embarked on a new exhibition partnership with the Cayman Islands Legacy Fund (CILF) that will enable NGCI exhibitions to travel regularly from Grand Cayman to venues in Cayman Brac and Little Cayman. The […]

Autumn in Arrowtown

Autumn In Arrowtown, New Zealand By Trey Radcliffe From Stuck In Customs NEW MAVIC 2 ZOOM I chose to get the new Mavic 2 Zoom because I’m excited about many features, namely the zoom-panorama. I haven’t tried this yet, but I’m going to try it on the scene below next Autumn. Apparently, you can put […]

Sir Jony Ive and Marc Newson co-design a diamond ring created with a water jet and laser cutter

BY RAIN NOE From Core77 Minimalist, pricey and created for charity Next week Sotheby’s will be hosting the RED Auction, the proceeds of which will be donated to the fight against AIDS. One of the most anticipated objects to go up on the block is a diamond ring–not of the antique sort that Sotheby’s often […]

A picture paints a thousand words

The following was sent to us via the Cancer Care Ministry Richard Wells shared Arthur Amanda Key‘s post on Facebook or more on this story and to see video go to: https://www.facebook.com/richard.wells.714

Grunge by Marc Jacobs Why he brought 1992 back to life now.

By Cathy Hory From The Cut Love it or hate it, Marc Jacobs’s 1992 grunge collection for Perry Ellis has always seemed a case study in trusting one’s instincts. Sure, Jacobs lost his job afterward (he was fired six months later, mainly because Perry Ellis wanted out of the women’s-collection business altogether to focus on […]

Cayman Islands National Gallery’s Annual Fundraising Gala is fashioned focused

One of the most anticipated parties of the year is set to take place at the National Gallery of the Cayman Islands (NGCI) 30 November 2018. The Art of Fashion Costume Gala promises to inspire guests while raising essential funds for the Gallery’s free community programmes for all ages and backgrounds. NGCI Director, Natalie Urquhart […]