Smith Journal · A quarterly, Australia-based publication that takes unexpected, interesting, funny and sometimes complicated stories and tells them the way you would to a bunch of friends at the pub.

Trees with ‘crown shyness’ avoid touching each other – and they make some nice-looking patterns in the process.

These photos might seem kind of banal at first glance. But take a closer look.

Terrifying, gorgeously designed perspective. 

Calling the Mojave Phone Booth

Friday August 18, 2017

For years, lonely people looking for a chat could call this mysterious pay phone in the middle of the Mojave Desert. 

Soldiers returning from war once turned to quilting to express themselves.

Forget navigating by the stars: next time you find yourself lost in the bush without a compass, grab yourself a cow. 

Writer Tim Brookes is on a mission to preserve the world’s 6000 endangered languages. And he’s turning to woodcarvings and furniture to do it.

In Lost Utopias, photographer Jade Doskow finds beauty in the ruins.

A Dictionary of Antarctic Slang

Sunday August 13, 2017

From ‘degomble’ to ‘greenout’ and ‘offensive potatoes’, Antarctic lingo really is its own unique ‘fingy’. This list breaks down the continent’s strange terminology.

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