With the pandemic bringing grief to the fore, it’s sparked a renewed focus on the issue of allowing workers time to process death.
Last year saw a significant increase in will writing among Gen Z and millennials. They explain to Huck what prompted them to confront mortality.
The nameless movement has been plastering urgent messages on walls across the country: ‘Our objective is simple: for the deaths of these women to stop.’
From leopard print coffins to environmentally friendly ceremonies, Arka is the women-led funeral home changing the way we deal with the death process.
Photographer Claudio Sieber heads to Indonesia to capture ‘Ma’Nene’ – a soothing, spiritual ritual which sees cadavers get re-clothed, polished, and given a sunbathe.
In Either Limits or Contradictions, Nick Meyer uses photography to explore the cycle of existence and the anxiety of dying through a personal lens.
Photographer Mark Leaver is captivated by Varanasi, where Hindu pilgrims flock to bathe in the sacred waters of the river Ganges and to die.
Using a Romanian folk tale to guide her, photographer Laura Pannack set off into the countryside to investigate questions on time and mortality.
Visceral short profiles the freelance reporters who cover crime and grisly road accidents in Cambodia’s capital.