Photographer Nicholas Small uncovers the history of the infamous Miami neighbourhood.
For photographer David Mulnard, India represented the complete unknown. However, it wasn’t until he boarded the Golden Temple 12904 that his trip really began.
Photojournalist Frankie Mills documents the inequality in the Mexican capital – a place where just 1 per cent of the population earns 21 per cent of the country’s entire income.
Photographer Rachel Cabitt joins Brooklyn band Native Sun on their first US tour, taking her from bubbling beach towns to stark, desolate cities.
At Dimensions Festival in Croatia, women from across the worlds of house and techno reflect on their nomadic lifestyles, and what they've learned from their travels so far.
Photographer Sean Martin returns to his home in Gloucester, Massachusetts to capture Saint Peter’s Fiesta – a wild, testosterone-fuelled festival started by local Italian fishermen.
US photographer Makena Mambo returns to her roots for her latest project, capturing the colour of East Africa.
Photographer Elliott Wilcox heads to Spain’s Bahia de La Concha to capture the Solteros and the Casados – two local teams who do battle on the sand once a year.
Once a sleepy seaside town, Tangier is now in the midst of a major cultural shift, transforming into a dazzling sensory hub of neon lights and designer logos.
Bigger, louder and more colourful than ever: photographer Stefy Pocket shoots the local revellers at the legendary four-day festival of Barranquilla.
When documentary photo duo The Leafhopper Project visited the island to investigate coral bleaching, they discovered a paradise at risk of permanent damage.
In the midst of Greece’s economic struggles, a relentless passion for underground music is propelling forward the sounds of the country’s capital.