Around the Web: Out-Of-This-World Ballet Costumes in London, Cardboard Arcades in L.A. and Four Seasons Hotel Chicago’s New Lobby

- Joy Pecknold, Passport blog editor

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Music producer Mark Ronson’s rock ‘n’ roll “Carbon Life” ballet at London’s Royal Opera House may be getting so-so reviews, but the Garth Pugh-designed costumes are anything but average. – Huffington Post

If you fancy yourself a hipster (and if you adamantly deny you’re one then it’s highly likely that you are one), here are “America’s Best Cities for Hipsters” where single origin espressos and microbreweries are a guarantee. – Travel + Leisure

Hermit crabs, they’re just like us, they’re picky about where they stay. Harry at Legoland in Windsor, England prefers a red, yellow, and blue Lego shell to hole up in. – io9

On the itinerary for your next trip to L.A.: Caine’s Arcade, an all-cardboard arcade made an ambitious 9-year-old boy. – Gadling

Tour vicariously the new lobby at the Four Seasons Hotel Chicago, or is it the Four Seasons Gallery Chicago? – Hotel Chatter

How much cooler would cross-country road trips be if electrical towers were deer-shaped like these ones by Moscow-based Design Depot. – Juxtapoz

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