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.

As one writer points out, the place looks just like Jurassic Park. After the dinosaurs break out.

Like art? Enjoy beer? Good news! We’re giving away tickets to an art and beer exhibition hosted by online beer store MoCU. Read on to enter. 

This moving, topographical map of the Grand Canyon was built using 500-year-old technology. And we like it very much.

Photographer Frank Hertfort finds real-life fairy tales in everyday Russia.

This take on the old mobile phone game explains philosophy using one (very pixelated) snake.

Smith Journal volume 22

Monday March 06, 2017

It’s true what your mum and dad said. Hard work and dedication can take you anywhere – including the pages of Smith Journal volume 22, which is on sale today.

How silent-era Hollywood enchanted their audiences, with nary a computer to help them.

Holy Jitter Bugs, Batman! In 1966, Frank Zappa recorded an album with Boy Wonder, and it’s a thing of very strange beauty. 

Meet Sam Barsky, the globetrotting knitwear legend behind these scenery-inspired sweaters. 

How to Make a Moon Base

Thursday March 02, 2017

These architects are taking the idea of living on the moon very seriously. Here are some of their plans.