Category Archive: travel photography

Travel: European Couch surfing in pictures’s Koren Helbig crashes on couches of Eastern-European strangers: It’s remarkable where in the world one can end up after firing off only the barest of emails. The wonders of the internet have… Read More

Art: Venice and the Biennale’s Carol Bowditch checked out the 55th incarnation of the Biennale in Italy’s watery city: The romance of a city drowned in water, with neat winding lanes, no cars and chocolate shops in excess had initially… Read More

Travel: Noni Cragg’s American summer

You may recall we interviewed ridiculously talented Australian artist/model Noni Cragg a while ago. Well, ever-keen to keep up to date with what she’s got going on, we asked her to document her… Read More

Olly heads to the Northern Territory’s Oliver Heath (pictured, above) navigated his way outta Sydney and into the Northern Territory, trying not to swallow too many flies along the way:  The Alice Springs desert is physically the furthest… Read More

A Place Where No Cars Go’s Tenley Nordstrom learns the value of a machete: When I close my eyes and think of my happy place, I think of Bastimentos, Panama. I think of the sun dancing off of the… Read More

Double Ended Telephone Kiosks, a photo series

Double Ended Telephone Kiosks by 25ThC There are only a few things left that symbolise Britain and one of them is the famous red telephone kiosk. When I was a teenager, before mobile… Read More

Prague through a cheap Soviet Lomo

Joe Waters hits the streets of Praha with a trusty Lomo in his hand: As a half-arsed attempt to take up a hobby (other than beer consumption) here in Prague, I picked up… Read More

Some photos of swinging Soweto

I arrived in JoBurg yesterday for the Smirnoff Experience South Africa. Today I went to Soweto. Here are some snaps. I found it to be an engaging place filled with people who have very… Read More