We have long looked to the US for the latest products and tech developments, thanks in part to the prominence of Silicon Valley. But times are changing—more and more innovations and new technology is making its way from the East.
It’s a sad but well-known fact that plastic accounts for 90% of all trash floating in the ocean. Adidas Originals, along with environmentalist organisation Parley for the Oceans, is attempting to address this issue with one of their initiatives.
Multi-talented Lamar Johnson simply calls himself ‘an artist’. It’s a pleasingly concise description, as ‘actor/dancer/choreographer/creative director/entrepreneur’ is quite the mouthful—and at 24, he’s only getting started. Lamar told ALHAUS magazine about storytelling, inspiration, and what lies ahead.
Stuffed full of antiquities, ancient treasures, flora and fauna and bizarre objects, London’s Horniman Museum is a treasure trove for the inquiring mind. With the launch this year of its long-awaited World Gallery, it has truly reached spectacular new heights.
Butternut Box is the UK’s first fresh, home-cooked dog food delivery business. Here co-founders, Kevin Glynn and David Nolan, share the motivations and working life behind the caring brand that makes food safe for our beloved pets.
As the city of New Orleans celebrates its 300th birthday, serial entrepreneur and TV presenter Sidney Torres describes his passion for the Big Easy, his instinct for smart property decisions and the importance of unplugging from technology.
In a stand against the age of technology, many independent magazines launched to prove that print wasn’t dead. They knew there would always be an interest in carefully curated pieces of print that offered something tactile and beautiful—and they were right.
Alison Sudol, who plays Queenie Goldstein in ‘Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them’, boarded a Greenpeace ship earlier this year for a firsthand look at how important it is to protect the beauty of the Antarctic.