On and Off the Beaten Track


Guest contributor Kerry Flint explores the pleasures of a meandering walk.



Djerbahood, curated by artist Mehdi Ben Cheikh, brought together over 150 street artists from across the globe in the village of Erriadh.

California Dreaming: San Francisco

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California dreaming, everyone has that moment where their thoughts wonder to what life could be like in a world where the sun is always shining and the pace is that little bit slower.

Flesh to Stone


The incredible phenomenon of flesh turned to stone, living form frozen forever in time.

VSO Malawi


Raising money to support a volunteer trip to Malawi in action against HIV and AIDs.

Tales from Morocco


Only 14km divide the European continent’s Spain and the North West Africa’s Morocco. And yet the landscape and culture vary so significantly you feel on the opposite side of the world.

The Museum of Broken Relationships


Words by Billie Jenkins Image courtesy of Wandering Earl My dad once said to me in the midst of the first big break up ’our relationships with other people, they’re not like objects, they don’t break in an obvious, tangible way, you just have to feel your way through things’. It’s sound advice; we build […]

M+ Neon Dreams


Words by Billie Jenkins Image courtesy of Neonsigns.HK When Hong Kong’s new visual culture museum asked for images recording the thousands of neon signs that make the city so iconic, they received over 4,000 submissions. If the streets of London are paved with gold, the streets of Hong Kong are lined with light. New, online […]

IKEA lets you nap


Words by Billie Jenkins above Image courtesy of Kevin Frayer IKEA is kind of like a slightly shitter, consumerist version of David Bowie’s Labyrinth. There’s the mental games they play with the space, with only seasoned shoppers savvy to the short cut from boring shelving to the real fun, there are the strange women hoarding […]

China’s Fake Britain


Words by Billie Jenkins Above Image by Madeliene Kessler Sometimes life is stranger than fiction. The £500 million imitation British town, complete with small scale gothic cathedral, red telephone boxes and statues of english heroes such as James Bond and Winston Churchhill, is an example of that. Small scale projects, such as Japan’s miniature Austrian […]