Packing for Southeast Asia

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do you aiik Switzerland?

BAGGU loves white snow~ 

do you aiik Takayama?

It was freezing in Takayama, Japan, but the mountain village was so beautiful!

Jason, The New York Drawer with BAGGU

Artist Jason Polan wants to draw every person in New York—literally every person in New York—so he started a project to document his efforts. Two and half years in, Polan is still going strong, clocking in sketches of anywhere from a couple people to hundreds a day on his blog.

Get to know Polan as he visits the WNYC offices and tries his hand on our very own Jad Abumrad, Leonard Lopate, and Brian Lehrer—as well as Soundcheck guest Fred Schneider of The B-52s.
From http://bit.ly/gqciFm

Know Your Neighbor is WNYC’s video series about the characters, legends, and good folk living in your midst.

For more episodes of Know Your Neighbor, go to:
http://www.wnyc.org/neighbor

Willy Verginer Wooden Art

Italian artist Willy Verginer was born in 1957 in Bressanone, not only known for having a cool name but also producing masterful wooden sculptures. He creates simply amazing wooden sculptures that are showing icy cold and warm home ambient at the same time. Usually, the colors are bright shades of purple or violet. Enjoy in colorful, wooden collection of this great artist.

For more information, please check Willy Verginer official site.

BAGGU on The Sartorialist

BAGGU’s Nutmeg Backpack was spotted on The Sartorialist! As seen here, it fits neatly into any young citizen’s canon of classic fall basics.

check it out BAGGU Backpack

do you aiik Angkor?