Here are the internet happenings that caught our attention this week.
Abstract, a new Netflix series, takes a look inside the minds of some of the world's most innovative designers, including personal favorite Ilse Crawfod. The interior designer is responsible for The Pier, Cathay Pacific's incredible first class lounge in Hong Kong, and Stockholm's beautiful Ett Hem hotel. – Berit, editor
The Danish Cancer Society's quirky new ad campaign videos are asking locals from Spain, France, Italy, Greece, and Thailand to help protect the pallid Danes that flock to their countries from the sun. Watch one below. – Daniel, editorial assistant
Last weekend, I tried cricket (yes, the bug) snack bites, made eco-packaging with mushrooms, and got a glimpse of the world's first underground park at Lowline Lab in the Lower East Side. Go soon! They close February 26. – Becky, assistant editor
Francis Lam, one of my favorite food writers, consistently dishes up incredible stories and recipes from immigrant communities across New York (and elsewhere). Now he's taking over the airwaves as the new host of the long-running radio show The Splendid Table. Looking forward to tuning in. – Jeralyn, editorial director
Remember the spaceships from The Jetsons? They're coming to Dubai. – Daniel
An inside look at the home of the Parisian designer behind Sezane. – Berit
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