Highlights from the second-ever Mimpi – a Brazilian surf/skate film festival that took place in Porto Alegre, November 2013.
Jason Larkin's new photobook captures a portrait of Johannesburg's fractured plains.
New Jersey writer Jon Coen meets some local faces – surfers, musicians and families – who came together in Sandy’s wake.
Photographer Amy Leang captures the lonely side of life in the United Arab Emirates in her Al Aazlah photo project.
They pedal, push and scramble their way through mounds of mud and storms of dust. Welcome to the messy world of cyclocross.
From the rough-and-tough projects of Chicago’s West Side to the pristine streets of Tokyo, Footworking dance battles are where it’s at.
The niche sport of musical forms may look comic at times, but the people who do it aren’t playing games.
The unromantic, deadly truth of life spent freight train hopping America’s railway lines.
The Hussin brothers cross their motherland on recycled bikes and discover an America that feels like home.
An encounter with meditation while channelling the spirit of Kerouac on a trip around India.
Life in the tunnels and underground lairs of Las Vegas.
The psychedelic sixties were ignited by Ken Kesey, a band of Merry Pranksters and a bus-load of LSD