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.

This American artist has set himself an ambitious goal: to render every villager from his grandparents’ homeland in cardboard, one person at a time.

When there's no time to panic, turn to this minimalist clock containing emergency supplies (including a thermal blanket). Good for surviving an apocalypse. Or even just a cold day. 

Think Coney Island and you normally think theme parks and hot dogs, right? Turns out it also has a mysterious ship graveyard, too...

“If I’d stayed in Jamaica, I don’t know if I’d still be alive, or in a gang, or pretending to be straight so I don’t make others uncomfortable.”

The musical pioneer talks about cars, the time he started his own airline, and why having Asperger's syndrome can be an advantage.

“I had my fingers blacked by frostbite and endured temperatures so cold that three of my metal fillings contracted and fell out.” Read one man’s bone-chilling story of retracing the steps of Sir Ernest Shackleton in Antarctica. 

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Surface Tent-Sion

Friday March 16, 2018

Yep, it's a floating tent. (Just don't go wandering about in the middle of the night in search of a tree to relieve yourself...)

New South Wales shows off its post-apocalyptic side with these haunting, not-quite-abandoned settler huts from the 1920s.


By cutting photos up and weaving them together, Lala Abaddon takes collage to a whole new level.