Last May, Eli Avivi, the founder of Akhzivland – a boho country within a country in Israel – died, leaving his wife as the sole inhabitant. As a tribute, we celebrate the phenomenon of the micronation with this guide to the world's smallest countries.
From the brutalities of life in the gulag to crossing the Pacific on a raft, Avaunt guides you through the precipitous terrain of survival literature’s great classics.
Advances in marine bioacoustics are revolutionising the way that scientists can understand the dynamics of life underwater.
Egyptian photographer Nader Saadallah documents the eerie beauty of one of the most dangerous occupations in the world.
Matthew Henson was one of the greatest Arctic explorers of his time, yet prejudice forced him to live in obscurity.
Paris-based photographer Gael Turine captures a highly visible symbol of inequality in the Peruvian capital.
The one-time Nirvana and Soundgarden guitarist went to war yet outlived the frontmen from both bands. He discusses a life in music and the military, and the lessons learnt from the original Renaissance Man, Cellini.
A data graph that loosely resembles a planetary environment micro-dosing on LSD maps the complex inner workings of a new ‘IPU’ chip.
A revelatory exhibition at New York’s MoMA displays both the vision and the volatility of Yugoslavia during the Cold War.
Photographer Bernhard Lang on the contradictions between the aesthetic beauty of mass sea farms and their more controversial aspects.