Retreating ice in the The Barents Sea is causing fish and fishermen to travel further north. On their tails are climate researchers seeking to understand what's going on in the delicate ocean ecosystem. One such trip in and around the Svalbard archipelago was recently documented by a photographer attached to the Marine Stewardship Council. See more in the Guardian.
Chitralekha Basu's uncanny short story melds memory with themes of community and identity, as her protagonist returns to his Hong Kong flat after having had his tongue removed.Read More
Dreamy canals, pastel pink rooftops and hazy horizons are the focus of 'Insulae', a quietly beautiful project by Italian photographer Clauriua Corrent. Her location is the sleepy lagoon in which the 100 islands of Venice are knitted together through a network of aquamarine waterways. Indulge awhile with a selection of Corrent's everyday Venetian moments on iGNANT.
Artist and researcher Leah Fusco captures the remnants of Northeye, a deserted medieval village in East Sussex on a site that was once an island.Read More
The ancient lore of The Faroe Islands is the focus of an unusual and beguiling piece of publishing by Cereal magazine, one that combines mesmerising photography with a Tolkienesque narrative. We highly recommend taking a look.
Artist and photographer Jon Macleod takes a sunward course to capture uncanny photographs based on an ancient Lewis superstition.Read More