Technology’s grip on our attention span is grinding us down. But writer Jenny Odell has come up with an alternative: a mindset where slowing down is the only way to survive.
This issue is all about celebrating strength in the face of adversity – sharing stories of defiance in a world falling apart.
In the UK, more and more people are making the jump to a self-sufficient existence. Photographer Robin Mellor visits communities across the country to find out why.
After leaving his small town as a teen, 'Huck' hit the road to hitchhike, hop trains and live by his own rules. Now he’s helping other vagabonds navigate a society they see no future in.
Writer Chris Urquhart spent years tramping with nomads across America, straddling the difficult line between participant and observer. But in a world of uprooted misfits, blending in doesn’t come so easily.
From Alaska to Afghanistan, photographer Ed Gold has spent three decades getting off-grid, giving a voice to those whose everyday lives go overlooked.
Rafal Gerszak had to witness war in order to document history, but it almost cost him his life. Out in the wild of Canada’s north, he found his way back from the brink.
Whatever's happening in the rest of the world, skateboarders will always keep pushing forward. Here are some of the best skateboarding stories from 2016.
After a year of shit-storms, The Offline Issue gets back to basics by unplugging from the internet and diving into the real world.
From a couple quitting city life to a completely off-grid eco-village, we take a look at some of the people pioneering a debt-free future that doesn't kill the planet.