Visit OĀZE, a virtual haven that blends aural art, visual art and fictional storytelling into one.Read More
Exhibition at London's arebyte Gallery explores the interpretations and contradictions that islands summon in our minds.Read More
We came across this joyous short film via the ever-inspirational Smith Journal. It follows a few days in the life of Tanya, a hut warden in South Island, New Zealand, who loves all things outdoors. When not guiding tourists through the forest, she spends much of her time cleaning, maintaining a rat trap and having fun, all of which looks and sounds pretty good to us.
Peter Reason, author of Spindrift: A Wilderness Pilgrimage at Sea, visits the uninhabited island of Isay.Read More
The New York Times continues to be a leader in digital journalism, as is shown in The Heroes of Burial Road, a numbing piece which tells the story of a group of men in Haiti who are helping their fellow citizens, many of whom are wracked by poverty and grief, bury their loved ones.
In an excerpt from her Corfu journal, Morelle Smith describes in rich and glorious detail an early morning in the capital of the Greek Island.Read More