The Shanghai Propaganda Poster Art Centre offers a unique glimpse at the first 30 years of the People's Republic of China. The private collection of posters started as a hobby, which then expanded into an exhibition of more than 5,000 prints. With pictures of fierce battles against the Communist Party’s enemies to peaceful visions of life in a model socialist society, see for yourself the art style that's since seeped into pop culture—and maybe snag a poster or two!⠀
Photo by @wendyfarrell65⠀
There's a mailbox tucked under a bench down a short flight of stairs overlooking the ocean. Inside are journals filled with beautiful stories and memories. In the 🐕 journal is a note left by Z and Juleen Oct. 21, 2017 #magicmoment#secretplaces#carmelsecretspots
I have visited Milan for the first time about 5 years ago and experience then wasnt quite what I expected. To me it seemed like a big shopping mall with boutiques everywhere and not much to do for a person who likes exploring outdoors. But this time Milan opened itself to me from a different perspective mostly thanks to @townhousegalleria who kindly hosted us 😍 We spent our days exploring rooftops around, eating delicious pizzas with liminocello and just photoshooting every single corner of our room that I will show you later.
What was the most luxurious hotel you have ever stayed in? 📸 by @luke_jclark
I got to see Indian Creek with new eyes yesterday. I was there with @jamesqmartin and @m_attredd, one climber and one cowboy who are learning to see things differently as they learn more about each others way of life.