Ken Lawrence

Ken Lawrence is a designer, writer and travel enthusiast. He is the author of 'The Murakami Pilgrimage,' a guide book to the real-life locations featured in Haruki Murakami's novels. After a long stint living in Japan, he's now living as a nomad, exploring Asia and beyond.

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A Guide to Philadelphia’s pre-20th Century Architecture

Philadelphia is home to some of the USA’s most stunning – not to mention oldest – architecture. Of course, many of the buildings would still be considered ‘new’ by European standards. But what’s fascinating about Philadelphia’s oldest buildings is that they also reveal the story of the nation’s earliest years. The city’s 19th-century architecture, meanwhile, …

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Street Art: St. Louis

As ‘street art tourism’ gains in popularity around the world, St. Louis is fast becoming recognized as one of North America’s premier street art destinations. The ‘Gateway to the West’ has been hosting regular street art festivals since the ’90s, while the city is also home to the world’s longest Graffiti Wall. While most visitors …

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