Outdoors

Vibrant photos of L.A.’s contemporary lowrider culture
Photography

Vibrant photos of L.A.’s contemporary lowrider culture

A year on from California repealing its decades-old ban on lowrider cruising, Owen Harvey captures the sense of self-expression and community at the heart of the scene.

Written by: Miss Rosen

Bros and broken bones: 25 years of London’s skate scene in photos
Skate

Bros and broken bones: 25 years of London’s skate scene in photos

The debut photobook from James Edson compiles decades of memories, travel and friendship with his fellow skaters in Palace Wayward Boys Choir.

Written by: Isaac Muk

The Black seaweed farmer growing a new life on the Scottish Isles
Outsiders Project

The Black seaweed farmer growing a new life on the Scottish Isles

Farming is the least diverse occupation in the UK. But permaculturalist Alexander Thompson-Byer is determined to show that everyone can make a living from the land.

Written by: Alex King

The queer climber championing diversity and dialogue in the mountains
Outsiders Project

The queer climber championing diversity and dialogue in the mountains

A new film from Berghaus explores climber and photographer Hamish Frost’s experiences as a queer person in the outdoors.

Written by: Isabelle Gray

The impact of tourism on Italy's mountains
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The impact of tourism on Italy's mountains

A new film by Italian snowboarder and ecologist Luca Albrisi explores empty ski resorts and the impact tourism has on the mountains.

Written by: Sam Haddad

The resurgence of film photography in women's football
Football

The resurgence of film photography in women's football

Driven partly by nostalgia and partly by resistance to digital immediacy, young photographers have turned to a traditional medium to capture the sport’s recent rise.

Written by: Hana Basir

In photos: Ghost houses and wild boar hunting in back-to-the land Japan
Outdoors

In photos: Ghost houses and wild boar hunting in back-to-the land Japan

Young Japanese people are turning their backs on urban life to rediscover traditional skills and breathe new energy into declining rural communities.

Written by: Manami Okazaki

Chuck Treece is kicking down doors, so others can roll through
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Chuck Treece is kicking down doors, so others can roll through

Chuck Treece applies a punk rock mentality to everything he does, from his illustrious career as a pioneering, Black pro-skater, to playing with hardcore pioneers Bad Brain and forming his own skate rock group, McRad.

Written by: Tracy Kawalik

Photos showing the chaos and camaraderie of UK car meets
Photography

Photos showing the chaos and camaraderie of UK car meets

Jack Kenyon heads to an industrial estate on the outskirts of London to capture boy racers in their element.

Written by: Jack Kenyon

How north Devon became the UK's first world surfing reserve
Surf

How north Devon became the UK's first world surfing reserve

Joining 11 revered spots from Malibu to Australia’s Gold Coast, the community-run project hopes to unite locals and protect the ecosystem for future generations.

Written by: Sam Haddad

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