Posts tagged "Portugal"
Farmhouse of the Palms

Farmhouse of the Palms

This must be one of the most amazing and relaxt places I ever visited in Portugal. Farmhouse of the Palms is a bed and breakfast located in the Algarve. Situated on a hill named “Cerro do Botelho” and surrounded by a stunning garden, this 200-year-old ‘monte’ (farmhouse) features a total of 5 rooms. All decorated...
MISS'OPO Porto

MISS’OPO Porto

Our Portugal road trip started in Porto. What a lovely city! We enjoyed every minute of it. The beautiful views, architecture, amazing food and don’t forget the port wine 🙂 We stayed in, I think the most beautiful guest house of Porto, MISS’OPO. Located in the historic area of the city. You can find two...
Mariana, the miserable one

Mariana, the miserable one

Mariana, a Miserável (the miserable one) is a Portuguese illustrator. She was studying graphic design when she starts developing her taste for “not-knowing-how-to-draw” as she calls it. With a unique trace Mariana is involved in a range of illustrative and collaborative projects: most notably, she is Director of Illustration at JUP (Jornal Universitário do Porto...
Hello Imke

Hello Imke

Hello Imke! Meet Imke Höfker, a communication and product designer working mostly in the fields of graphic design and photography. After living in different cities in Germany, Australia and Portugal, she currently lives in Cologne. Traveling and exploring new places is one of her favourite hobbies, at the moment mostly around Europe in her 20...
Hello Edite

Hello Edite

Meet our new contributor Edite Feiguerias. Edite lived in 10 houses, 6 cities and 3 countries before she settled down in Braga, north of Portugal. In her daily life she works in marketing and adverting, but her day really starts after 6pm when she goes to her design classes. She loves creating things and most of...
Travel highlights of 2014

Travel highlights of 2014

It’s time to make new travel plans for 2015! I would love to discover new places and hopefully visit some of my favourite cities again. Below you can find some sunny snapshots of my travel highlights of 2014. 1. Casas da Lupa 2. Firenze 3. Hamburg 4. Greece 5. Portugal 6. Cabeça da Cabra
Bye bye 2014

Bye bye 2014

Bye bye 2014! What an amazing year. So many highlights, beautiful designs and exciting projects. Can’t wait for 2015, but first I would love to show you a few of my favourite moments of 2014. 1. Hello Frankie Store 2. Els&Nel Journal 3. The Tea Kettle 4. Public Coffee Roasters 5. Couto Vaselina Photos: Hello...
Portugal

Portugal

Our trip to Portugal was mainly about relaxing and exploring the beautiful area of Alentejo. This area is rough and pure, with many amazing (design!) places to stay. A few snapshots of my favourite moments of this unforgettable trip. Photos: Hello Frankie
Couto

Couto

When I visit a city I like to buy local products, especially when they look good. In Lisbon I bought ‘Couto vaselina’. This product is made in Portugal since 1932, founded by Dr. Alberto Ferreira Couto. The packaging is minimalistic and looks pretty good. The vaseline works perfect for dry skin. Can be found at...
Looking back

Looking back

2013 was a personal roller coaster with many beautiful memories. I like to look forward to a brand new exiting year but also reflect on 2013. A few of my favorite moments: 1. Lovely holiday at Porto Covo, Portugal. 2. My favorite shop The Broken Arm, Paris. 3. Still very happy with the beautiful work...
Ana Vitorino

Ana Vitorino

In Portugal I bought a very special necklace, I’m really happy with this piece. It feels one of a kind, at least I never saw it before, handmade and special. I found it in a little concept store in Sines. I asked the shop if they could write down the artist of the necklace, Ana...
Cabeça da Cabra, Portugal

Cabeça da Cabra, Portugal

This summer I went to Portugal. What a beautiful and pure country. I totally fell in love with Lisbon and enjoyed the old city of Évora but the best place of this vacation was B&B Cabeça da Cabra in Porto Covo. Cabeça da Cabra is a small B&B in the middle of nowhere. It used...
Marta Monteiro

Marta Monteiro

In Sines, a small town in Portugal, I bought a very interesting postcard. I was attracted to the illustrations because of the fine lines and the colors. Back home I did some research about the artist of the card, Marta Monteiro. Marta is an illustrator from Penafiel, Portugal. I love here illustrations, if you want...