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.

Artist Ian Trask turns family photographs into otherworldly images.

We guarantee your starter isn’t as old as this.

According to this artist, at least.

From the Tasmanian wilderness to the Hollywood Hills (to Israeli kibbutzes and the feet of Buddhist monks), the Blundstone boot has walked a long journey.

Imagine hand-drawing an atlas of the whole Western world, without the use of satellites. These Soviet cartographers came startlingly close.

Turns out reality would be a lot more interesting to look at if time wasn't linear.

What? It’s a vase. Yep, definitely a vase.

A physics professor from Adelaide says he’s cracked a 70-year-old murder mystery. But the rest of the story is stranger than you might imagine.

Accidental Wes Anderson

Saturday August 31, 2019

Wish the real world was as immaculately composed as a Wes Anderson set? The folk behind these photos have some very good news for you.

Here are those photos of plants casually demonstrating the mathematical beauty of nature you ordered.