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In news confounding lawyers (and almost everyone else) around the world, the Ganges River has been granted non-human ‘personhood’. Sound crazy? Not when you consider what’s at stake. 

Oh, and scientists have created an edible, biodegradable water bottle.

Free Kelzuki Whale Poster

Tuesday May 01, 2018

Adorn a wall with some mightily handsome behemoths. In Smith volume 27, on sale now. 

You’ll need volcanic rocks, piles of meat, banana leaves and lots of hungry people. 

Q&A With The Tambourine Girls

Tuesday May 01, 2018

The Tambourine Girls’ frontman Simon Relf spills the beans on the new album, his influences and the weirdest gig he’s ever played.

Motels have never looked eerier than in this series by photographer Brett Patman. 

Meet Jeff the Spoonsmith

Saturday April 28, 2018

This short film about a tree-chopping, spoon-carver will make you want to take to the great outdoors with an axe faster than you can say 'deranged psychopath'. 

Swashbuckling renegade, hirsute hell-raiser, maritime menace: the reputation of fearsome 18th-century pirate Blackbeard precedes him. But bookworm? A new discovery suggests so.

Meet Phil Ferguson, aka ChiliPhilly, one of the makers from our latest book ‘Look What We Made’. 

British Artist James Brunt designs his artworks to disappear.