Before opening his own restaurant in his hometown, Madrid, DiverXO, David Muñoz had work experience in several other restaurants, including Asian venues in London. This variety of experiences along with Muñoz’s creativity to channel all his knowledge into shaping his unique style, lead him to conquer three Michelin Stars.
Due to DiverXO’s success, David Muñoz also created StreetXO, a more casual and low cost version of the fine restaurant, now also existent not only in Madrid, but also in Central London.
Crane.tv gets in the mood for Spring by visiting Alys Fowler; a gardener who loves food.
The Chinese street artist who displays his work within Beijing's decaying architecture, charting the city's social development
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The São Paulo-based artist recycles materials, reflecting on the human condition
Sex, drugs and heavy make-up, these clubbers of the eighties take us back to the time when fashion was pluming.
The model, actor, musician, artist known as 'Zombie Boy' on what true beauty means to him
The ex-homeless New Yorker has inspired many an A-lister with his ability to tune in and out of a multitude of characters.
In the magical landscapes of the Mosel region, between the calm rivers and mysterious forest, lies the Maximum Grünhaus vineyard.
We spent the day with Gordon Nicholas, one of Vancouver’s up & coming photographers, indulging in the skating subculture of the City. Finding out why to many skateboarding is more than just an extreme sport, but a lifestyle.
We ventured into Jordan to discover how to make traditional Arabic tea and discover just why so many people can't get enough of it.
Looking at the transformation of rugged beginnings into luxury menswear with the Kent-born designer.
The prodigiously talented artist exclusively performs one of his original compositions for Crane.tv and tells us why he "needs" to play the piano.
Carmen Giannattasio’s unique talent has met stages all over the world and currently can be found in London at the Royal Opera House, where the singer gave us some insight to her experience being part of the famous opera: Cavalleria Rusticana/Pagliacci.
The designer's visual concept for The Cunning Little Vixen at the Finnish National Opera inspired his homeware range for Iittala
The legendary American artist, designer and architect on why it isn't always his goal to have his projects realised
Paris is where it's at for the unstoppable young Malaysian designer and culinary adventurer
Making toy monsters was part of rekindling a childhood love of Japanese pop culture for the founder of the cult wrestling show Kaiju Big Battel
The former art director at Def Jam tells us about his progression from punk rock flyers and album art to making toys to be kept in their box
Grotesque and unique figurines, that aren't strictly for playing with, from the American artist who adheres strongly to the power of pink