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.

These paper cameras mightn't be very good at taking photos. But they're damn fine on the eyes. 

Taken over 30 years ago, these photos show the New York train system in all its grimy, graffiti-clad glory.

The creative folk at Vibrato use ink and sound waves to create abstract artworks. 

We don't tend to think of deserts as the most colourful places on Earth. But Luca Tombolini’s psychedelic photos show just how bright they can be.

Trouble Sleeping? Listening to these ambient film soundscapes might help.

The Online Knitting Library

Sunday July 30, 2017

Good news: the University of Southampton has uploaded over 300 gloriously daggy knitting books to the internet.

The internet often describes Szödliget as an abandoned fishing village – despite the fact that it’s neither abandoned nor a village. Either way, these photos make us want to visit it very much.

In this extract from his upcoming book Around the World in 80 Cocktails, Chad Parkhill details the history of the Bobby Burns, a warming whisky cocktail from the rolling hills of Scotland. 

Halley Docherty superimposes classic album covers on to present-day Google Street View screenshots. And he goes a lot deeper than just Abbey Road.

Franz Sußbauer has gone to great lengths to prove that – no matter your sporting allegiance – soccer really is the world game.