Wanderlust

A photographer finds home among the world’s most isolated communities
Culture

A photographer finds home among the world’s most isolated communities

On the fringes of civilisation — From Alaska to Afghanistan, photographer Ed Gold has spent three decades getting off-grid, giving a voice to those whose everyday lives go overlooked.

Written by: Cian Traynor

A photographer's epic quest through the former USSR
Culture

A photographer's epic quest through the former USSR

Couchsurfing along the fringe — Nomadic photographer Gianluca Pardelli hitched his way around the former Soviet Union, searching for identity in a cultural vacuum.

Written by: Cian Traynor

A photographer's epic road trip from Scotland to Mongolia
Travel

A photographer's epic road trip from Scotland to Mongolia

Boys, bikes and bucket hats — It took 10,000 miles, 19 countries, 40 rolls of film, three deserts, two seas and a vintage car – but James Parker has pulled together a nuanced photo project around ideas of masculinity.

Written by: Cian Traynor

How to escape your life and begin again
Outdoors

How to escape your life and begin again

Ghosting the world — Sometimes the only way to survive is to pack everything up and start over. But whether you’re drawn to the unknown or driven by a need to cut ties, life lessons have a way of catching up with you. Here are three stories of people who reinvented themselves.

Written by: Cian Traynor

Exploring the world with just a camera, a skateboard and a curious mind
Culture

Exploring the world with just a camera, a skateboard and a curious mind

The endless search... — Thirty-year-old Daniel Zvereff has spent most of his life travelling the planet alone – without direction, let alone a safety net – using photography to get closer to the unknown.

Written by: Daniel Zvereff

The female cyclist who rode 2,000 miles across America alone with a broken shoulder
Culture

The female cyclist who rode 2,000 miles across America alone with a broken shoulder

Riding solo in to the heart of America — After crashing on the first day of the solo Trans Am Bike Race across America, cyclist Laura Scott, got a far more profound experience of the country and its people.

Written by: Laura Scott

Escaping into the wild: reflections on the search for adventure
Art

Escaping into the wild: reflections on the search for adventure

Win a £150 Gift Card to spend on Passenger gear — British outdoors brand Passenger is inspired by the desire for a life of memorable adventures. To give back to the wild, they’re planting a tree for every order.

Written by: Advertorial

Vanishing relics from America’s golden age
Photography

Vanishing relics from America’s golden age

Abandoned by the roadside — Photographer Ryann Ford discovered the lost world of rest stops while road-tripping along historic Route 66. So she set out to document them across the country before they disappear.

Written by: Alex King

Video: Filmmaker Cyrus Sutton creates the ultimate surf van
Surf

Video: Filmmaker Cyrus Sutton creates the ultimate surf van

The Sprinter Camper — Surf filmmaker Cyrus Sutton takes the evolution of his Vanlife to the next level with a wood-panelled Sprinter.

Written by: HUCK HQ

In Pictures: The world’s most well-travelled adventure campers
Photography

In Pictures: The world’s most well-travelled adventure campers

Taking vanlife to the next level — Meet the modern-day explorers leaving the daily grind behind to experience the planet on four wheels.

Written by: HUCK HQ

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