Meet the good-time crew of surfers and photographers taking pictures to inspire people to go have adventures.
Art director and photographer Caroline Pauleau pedals with us on a personal tour of Paris.
New Jersey’s Ayesha McGowan explains what's driving her to become the first black female pro cyclist in the history of the sport.
From squatting to property guardianship and communal living, young people are finding alternative ways to survive the capital’s unaffordable property market.
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.
Dubstep pioneer Artwork hosts a tour of South London's music scene, showing that when it comes to seeing a city, it’s best to ask the locals.
East London fencers Rajan Rai and Jai Birch chase dreams, success and world domination in new Vice Sports film.
MINI’s pioneering Future Shapers Project inspires us to seize the possibilities of tomorrow and stay on top as the world changes around us.
Dylan’s aim is to pioneer a new wave of breakfast culture. To do that, he believes in championing ‘food transparency’ – keeping things simple by using locally sourced, high quality ingredients and then letting nature do the rest.
We find out how sci-fi artist Marcus Lyall, one of MINI's four 'future shapers', reads human emotion to be able to change it with sensory experiences.
Space tourism is now: but it comes with a multi-million dollar price tag. Motherboard and KAYAK.co.uk blast off to discover if space travel will ever become as routine as a budget airline.
Motherboard and KAYAK check in to Japan’s robot-staffed Henn-na Hotel. Are they in a for a great night’s sleep or a nightmare vision of the future?