Brief Description about this blog section. Creatives that are very inspiring
James Garcia is a creative born and raised in San Jose California. He is a “still and motion photographer” who is focused in lifestyle and portrait photography. His work is very versatile and touches the realm of videos, illustration and design work. He has worked with companies such as Cukui Clothing, Nima Fadavi, Runners Factory, Breezy Excursion, Ad autowerks and many more.
Orly Locquiao is one of the most influential creative leaders in San Jose and the Bay Area. Orly is very known in the tattoo realm all around the world because of his unique Polynesian style tattooing and his successful staples in San Jose Humble Beginnings and CUKUI.
Cukui has became a staple in San Jose due to the impact that they have made on the community. Orly and his brother Jason grew up in East San Jose and because of this, they want to help local artists in their community and create an outlet for them to showcase their art. Cukui invites local and out of state artists to these events connecting people from all parts of the world.
Our team has been working really hard to push the motorsport community in the Bay Area and aiding enthusiasts and professional drivers with their cars.
We are a small family owned business who make it easier for our clients with their tire maintenance.
Sadly, we had our mobile shop stolen and everything was stolen when the trailer was found.
We are reaching out to our friends and family for any help to rebuild our shop.
We would like to give every one of you a token for your support a vinyl sticker for supporting the AR Tire Family.
We were on a journey. One that would take us through sacred ancient temples, cliff side trails, breathtaking beaches and miles of rice paddies. Our days were spent seeing, searching, exploring new worlds, including each other. Once we had made it to Ubud after the longest day of traveling, we locked ourselves in our little Balinese cottage for the night. We had 10 days there and our schedule was jam packed, so we took the night to do nothing at all other than hold each other under the moonlight that was dripping through the window.
Karsa Spa has an eco friendly philosophy, using bio septic tank systems to protect the surrounding rice fields. They also use eco friendly soaps to clean the spa and are actively involved in their community, encouraging other businesses to recycle and dispose of waste in a green friendly fashion.
We have to think beyond ourselves, beyond our vacations, beyond saving a buck. We have to think long term. What choices can you make while traveling that will make a positive ripple effect for OUR future? You may be leaving to fly back to your home, but we are on this Earth together, and the choices you make affect us as a whole.
Thank you Art Cafe for having us!
You will find Happiness Beach Bar on one of the main roads of this little beach town, its impossible to miss. Complete with swings at the bar instead of boring stools, the ambiance has a fun and playful vibe that keeps people coming back for more.
We wanted to spend our full moon honoring our time in Bali together, something not only relaxing and rejuvenating, but also culturally rich. After having a beautiful Sunday Brunch at Ji Restaurant in Canggu a few weeks prior, we took a walk through the Tugu Hotel right next door and were blown away by the beautiful Indonesian art and antiques. History and culture is interwoven with all that Tugu Hotels offer, and we thought this would be the perfect spa to visit on our last full moon in Bali.
Before heading to Ubud, we were told, “you HAVE to try Sage” more than a handful of times, so we were very excited for our lunch at this popular plant based restaurant, and even more excited to sit down with the owner to chat about how it all began, life in Bali and what’s next for the restaurant known for its vibrant vegan cuisine.
Sage is a charming and cozy restaurant located on Jalan Nyuh Bulan. Open for 3 years now, they’ve become a staple in the Ubud vegan community, one of those places that keeps you coming back again and again.
The tastes of Thailand are what I long for most, after having spent a month in the beautiful country earlier this summer. I loved how easily accessible it was to find delicious vegan and vegetarian fare no matter where I was. What a gift and a surprise to find the flavors of northern Thailand on the shores of the Philippines, in the little town of El Nido.
Big Bad Thai Bistro and Bar is a collaboration brought to life by a man named Nelly from Serbia and his beautiful fiancé Apple from the mountains of northern Thailand.
We were coming off an amazing couple of days exploring Nusa Pedina. The island was one of the most beautiful we’d ever seen, and we spent long days driving on crazy dirt roads, climbing down cliff sides to deserted beaches and spending one afternoon searching for the drone after it crashed into a mountain. Needless to say, we were exhausted and our diet had been consisting of mainly authentic Indonesian dishes, so tons of rice and noodles, and we were craving something FRESH. Daydreaming of smoothies, juices, maybe even a salad or some simple sautéed vegetables.. little did we know, our dreams were about to come true. Ginger and Jamu