In the ’70s, six suspects confessed to murders they had no recollection of committing. In his latest project, photographer Jack Latham attempts to find out why.
Photographer Matteo de Mayda captures Icelandic footballers and fans as they prepare for one of the biggest sporting events in their country’s history.
With songs about slut-shaming and body positivity, Reykjavik's punkest hip-hop crew are finally putting the country's female rappers on the map.
There's a sense of euphoria that comes from cycling down an open road that is impossible to put into words. Artist Steve Léon Brown found this out for himself in Iceland, where he spent 31 days and nights in the enchanting mountainous countryside, capturing the journey on a point and shoot camera.
Inspiring short film 'Being There’ documents surfer Léa Brassy and her polar explorer boyfriend Vincent Colliard’s joint adventure in search of far-flung, icy swell.
Reykjavik buzzes with creative style. But where London and New York fashion is a little ‘me me’, co-operation is more the Icelandic way.
The political uprisings in Iceland will continue until the entire government resigns, according to the political activist group Jæja.
Iceland’s post-crisis political landscape has become a breeding ground for new voices. One of the loudest belongs to the pirates calling for radical free speech.
Angered by the environmental chaos on their doorsteps, artists turn to their craft to vent their frustrations.
Björk. Sigur Rós. Múm. How has a tiny country like Iceland produced so many incredibly unique artists? Director Stephen Bevan talks about his journey to uncover their secret.
If our Reykjavik city guide got you aching to fly north, make sure you plan your trip to hit the awesome Secret Solstice Festival in June 2015.
Polar explorer Ben Saunders and marine biologist Monty Halls plunge into the Icelandic wilderness in the first episode of our new short film series.