Every Vote an Act of Hope
Vote. Vote early. Vote in person. Vote by mail. Vote as soon as you can. Vote for those who can’t. Vote vote vote vote vote.
In what may prove to be the most consequential election in any of our lifetimes, it’s crucial that each of us exercise the fundamental right upon which all other rights depend. Ace Hotel is proud to be partnering with the folks at HeadCount and Global Citizen to support Just Vote — a campaign to encourage voter registration and engagement, particularly among millennial voters.
The poster above is from us at Ace to you. Print one. Print 1,000. Tape it up to your bedroom window, save it as your lock screen, wallpaper the bathroom — whatever it takes to get the job done.
Any questions? HeadCount’s got you covered with all the resources you need on early and mail-in voting in your state, right here.
Ace Hotel | March 27, 2023
HOW TO DESIGN A FEELING: BRIGITTE SHIM
Brigitte Shim understands light, form and landscape on what must be a cellular level. Along with her partner, A. Howard Sutcliffe, their acclaimed firm Shim-Sutcliffe Architects helmed the design of Ace Hotel Toronto. Brigitte returned her expertise to our Toronto home during “How Do You Design A Feeling?” — the panel we hosted in partnership with Wedge Studio during DesignTO festival. We caught up with Brigitte about inspiration, a sense of place in design and her love of Toronto.
Ace Hotel Kyoto | March 14, 2023
DAY OFF IN KYOTO: 5 THINGS WITH René Redzepi
René Redzepi is among the world’s foremost culinary talents owed to his transformative take on Nordic cuisine at Copenhagen's noma. For the fourth time, René and the noma team are moving their Copenhagen culinary mecca around the globe, settling in for 10 weeks at our Kyoto home. Over the past two years, the team has prepared, working alongside local foragers, farmers, ceramicists, hunters and fishmongers to create seasonal culinary poetry. We caught up with René to chat 5 points of inspiration in Kyoto.
Ace Hotel New Orleans | February 23, 2023
WILDS OF THE INTERIOR: A conversation with phlegm
A conversation with phlegm, a New Orleans born and based artist who works in face painting and self portraiture. He is inspired by Black cultural tone from across the diaspora; pulling inspiration from the Black Masking Indians of New Orleans, the Dogon of Mali, the Fulani of Nigeria, and the Zouli dance of Ivory Coast.wilds of the interior is a collection of work that aims to answer his question, “what parts of myself are hidden to me?”.