Links We Love

Around the Web: 3/16/2014

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Tiled floors in Panama City. Photo: courtesy of American Trade Hotel

What we're clicking on this week (when we're not packing for spring break).

Louis Vuitton tapped visual artists for a new series of travel books about places like Paris, Venice, and Easter Island. – Jeralyn, editorial director

I'm obssessing over the tiled floors at Panama City's American Trade Hotel. – Berit, assistant editor

These 80 videos take you on a tasty trip around the world, with how-to's for everything from New England clam chowder to Indian lamb khorma. – Tess, editorial intern

Man, the things you find on Google Earth. Here's an abandoned outdoor cinema in the middle of the Sinai desert. I'd love to catch a film there one day. – Becky, editorial assistant


I love Wes Anderson's latest film, The Grand Budapest Hotel. (And the accompanying website, so much fun!) Take a behind-the-scenes look at how their graphic designer made all the movie's intricate, type-heavy props. – Becky, editorial assistant

Absolutely swept up in the soulful, rhythmic sound of Tinariwen, a Tuareg band roaming across the Sahara Desert. It's kind of like the Malian/Libyan/Algerian version of American blues. – Jeralyn, editorial director

This new print magazine (and blog and podcast) explores the industrial cities of the American Northeast and Midwest, where there are inspiring artists, entrepreneurs, and makers that have yet to be discovered. – Tess, editorial intern

Check out photographer David Guttenfelder's Instagram feed for a glimpse of North Korea from the ground– Berit, assistant editor