They might look like abstract paintings, but Tom Hegen’s photos of salt evaporation ponds are very real – and say something less than pretty about our impact on the world.
After a decade in Hobart, Tasmania’s Mona Foma festival is moving to Launceston – and we have tickets to give away.
On the Origin of Species might be one of the most important books ever written. But to Darwin’s kids, it was just another thing to scribble on.
In Suburbia, photographer Warren Kirk captures people and places time forgot.
Scientist Cecilia Bembibre wants us all to take a big whiff of what the past might have smelled like.
Handmade using paper, string and rubber bands, these tiny models imagine what today’s musical instruments might look like if we hadn’t abandoned the analogue technology of yesteryear.
This furniture designer is giving tired old shopping trolleys a second chance – by transforming them into your new couch.
Exciting news, folks! We’re on the hunt for a new sales gun to join us at Smith Journal. Apply within.
Sometimes it’s important to enjoy the simple things in life. Like NASA burning a shedload of fuel in the Utah desert.
Here are those dreamy photos of New Zealand your subconscious ordered.
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