Natasha Barrault, a chameleon of creativity, has shed the skin of every medium in the art of making things: from songwriting to documentary filmmaking, from ribbon connoisseur and bag designer to landscape and interior designer and back again.
Her pursuits have lead her from Paris to.. Read more
When we think about travel, we tend to think of a collection of little moments which remind of us of where we have been and what we have seen. We take this collection and create an idea of place, shadowed by distance and ambiguity,.. Read more
More than just a guidebook, The New Paris portrays the city of light in a way that has never been done before. The author, Lindsey Tramuta, has created a thoughtful cultural study from the perspective of a foreigner that includes recommendations to help one navigate.. Read more
Travel often brings to mind images of solo expeditions clouded with good food, serendipitous encounters and late nights that turn into early mornings. For Emma Swinscoe and her team at the The New Voyager, travel is being redefined by finding ways to include kids. In.. Read more
Our new found obsession, BadBadTati audiobook series, is a naughty alternative for those much needed traveling pass-times. After a few hours, getting tired of the playlist you made pre-trip, and the book you brought.. Read more
Where to next? This simple but tantalizing question is always teetering at the forefront of our minds here at Kilometre. Should it be India, some 7,329 kilometers to the east, or South Africa, 8,732 kilometers southward? Or perhaps it’s Brazil that we should be packing our.. Read more
(*Platokaolinophile: compulsive collector of plates.)
What is taste if not a ringed spectrum where the two extremes -- impeccable taste and vulgarity -- come together in an awkward, therefore exhilarating, reunion? It is teetering on this border that stimulates the creative mind and that, ultimately, propels our culture forward. So,.. Read more
There is no doubt that traveling enriches our lives, but let’s admit it: taking to the road (or the skies) can also be a bit of a hassle. The easiest of tasks suddenly take on herculean dimensions as we leave the comfort of our homes... Read more
Kilometre has been always interested in exploring new authentic and upcoming destinations. This time we decided to dive in to the mysterious and cold world of arctic.
Just when it seemed like the digital world had rendered the film tape completely obsolete But the Piql.. Read more
For the first three months of 2017, the mythic Selfridges has created a new world - a Material World, more specifically - focusing on 8 innovative brands, and the 8 different sustainable textiles that they use. These materials include Scottish wool, organic cotton, recycled leather,.. Read more
Join us in the Big Apple for the second round of our Draw Me Your Travel event series at Outsider Art Fair, the world’s first and only fair dedicated to Art Brut, Folk and Outsider Art. Kilometre invites children (and kids-at-heart) to draw their New.. Read more
At Kilometre, we are constantly searching for the latest destinations - therefore, we’d like to introduce you to the world’s newest nation…Nowhereisland.
In this recently founded republic, discrimination, war, call centres, and taking oneself too seriously are all strictly banned, but ice cream is free on.. Read more
A complete sensorial experience. Gastronomy, performance, costume, environment, scent, lighting, sound - all disciplines synchronized. An experimental project that invites its audience to consume art through every one of their senses. This is total immersion. This is The Waldorf Project.
The project is composed of.. Read more
From Jean Dubuffet and Henry Darger to Howard Finster and Adolf Wölfi, outsider artists have redefined art and culture. Forgetting artistic conventions; ignoring art critics; creating freely; returning as artists to a child’s state of mind - a place of boundless imagination.
Outsider artists challenge.. Read more
1/ A bad ass boyfriend
The kind that drinks too much, lives by his art, and travels around the world.
2/ A film camera
Forget Instagram filters, buy films and photograph your trip with a old Minolta. Never mind your clumsiness, those blurry pictures will perfectly capture the.. Read more