Catch up with highlights from this week’s digital travels…

Sitting rooms of 1990s sitcoms

Babak Ganjei Some places where Ive lived Friends
Credit: Babak Ganjei

From Joey and Chandler’s La-Z-Boy recliners to the Simpsons’ iconic couch, the real stars of sitcoms are the furniture in their living rooms. Illustrator Babak Ganjei’s latest series is a greatest hits of lounges from your favourite 1990s shows, including Friends, Frasier and The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. Head to It’s Nice That to see his work.

Cristiano Ronaldo needs a bigger museum

Cristiano Ronaldo statue
Credit: ESPN

Portugal’s star forward is a confident man – so confident that he’s moving his museum to a bigger building in anticipation of all the trophies he expects to win in the future. The original temple to brand CR7, in his hometown of Madeira, only opened in December 2013 but clearly the Real Madrid player has decided it’s time to move on to bigger and better things… Read more about the new Cristiano Ronaldo museum on ESPN.

Then and now: famous LA movie locations

LA-based Instagramer Phil Grishayev is a film buff’s buff. For his passion project, he’s tracked down locations of famous films, capturing how these settings have aged since appearing on the big screen. Follow his findings on his Instagram, or head to Design You Trust.

Bike sheds are beautiful too

Waterlow Court, Hampstead, London Photography: Pay Payne
Waterlow Court, Hampstead, London
Photography: Pay Payne

Architecture scholar Nikolaus Pevsner famously once said: ‘A bicycle shed is a building, Lincoln Cathedral is a piece of architecture.’ Well, it turns out bicycle sheds can be architecture too, with 15 listed in England alone. Check out Historic England’s blog, Heritage Calling, to discover 6 of the best listed bike shelters.

Croatia’s summer landscapes in motion

Croatia landscape
Credit: Lee Barguss

Photos only do so much in preserving a memory, so British artist Lee Barguss decided to create animated cinemagraphs to remember his visit to Croatia’s waterside destinations. See the serene visuals in motion over at Fubiz.



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