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The Hampi Goat Herders

The Hampi Goat Herders

A friend told me I should visit Hampi, a town of goat herders located smack dab in the middle of India, about 125km inland from Goa. The narrow roads leading… READ MORE
This Side Of Paradise

This Side Of Paradise

My parents’ birthplace of Sri Lanka has been a constant source of ambivalence for me. As a three year-old, I declared the motherland “yuck, dirty!” on my maiden trip. The… READ MORE
Small Escapes

Small Escapes

Each year, the North Shore of Hawaii hosts the final event in the World Championship Tour of Surfing. This tiny stretch of coastline is steeped in history and tradition –… READ MORE
Inside Coober Pedy

Inside Coober Pedy

Melbourne photographer Abi Varney saw some photos of the remote mining town and tourist destination Coober Pedy and knew it was something worth experiencing. Armed with a camera, intense curiosity… READ MORE
Dave Tacon – In Search of Stories

Dave Tacon – In Search of Stories

Dave Tacon is a self-taught photojournalist based in Shanghai. 10 years ago, Dave threw himself headfirst into his first assignment in post-war Sierra Leone and has experienced most iterations of… READ MORE
Pedalling Perfection

Pedalling Perfection

Christmas is rumbling on the horizon, work is winding up, Summer is beginning to crackle, and that anticipated opportunity to rinse out the mind, the summer trip, is within plain… READ MORE
Working From Paradise

Working From Paradise

Paradise is closer than you think. A 4-hour flight from Melbourne to Auckland followed by a 5-hour flight lands you in Tahiti. Photographer Ed Sloane undertook the 9-hour commute to… READ MORE
The Long Commute

The Long Commute

The best part of a road trip is the sensation of feeling work and life at home melt away behind you and a weekend (or more) of adventure roll out… READ MORE
Mathery Studio

Mathery Studio

Erika Zorzi & Matteo Sangalli are Italian designers and together they are Mathery Studio – a multidisciplinary design studio. They spent one year working in Melbourne and were invited to… READ MORE
Orbitkey – A start-up success

Orbitkey – A start-up success

Industrial Designer Charles Ng hated the rattling noise his keys made when he went for a run. A lifelong interest in design and tinkering led to a simple and practical… READ MORE
Working From Paradise

Working From Paradise

Paradise is closer than you think. A 4-hour flight from Melbourne to Auckland followed by a 5-hour flight lands you in Tahiti. Photographer Ed Sloane undertook the 9-hour commute to… READ MORE
The Long Commute

The Long Commute

The best part of a road trip is the sensation of feeling work and life at home melt away behind you and a weekend (or more) of adventure roll out… READ MORE
Thailand’s Official Star Wars Nerd

Thailand’s Official Star Wars Nerd

Atis Ruchirawat is Thailand’s official Star Wars nerd. While we were in Bangkok, he showed us through his 10,000-piece collection and told us why he started collecting and talked about… READ MORE
Ink & Paper

Ink & Paper

Jeffrey Phillips is an illustrator living and working in Melbourne. We met Jeff through the internets, then in real life, and love his ability to capture so much personality and… READ MORE
Bangkok Commuting Culture

Bangkok Commuting Culture

Crumpler was recently in Bangkok, Thailand for the Thai Innovation and Design Expo. Architecture, design and art magazine Art4D invited Crumpler to present a two-day-intensive workshop discussing the finer points… READ MORE
The Lost Art of Portion Control

The Lost Art of Portion Control

American cuisine comprises some of the best and worst food I have ever eaten. For every sugar-coated, over-salted, corn-syrupy culinary atrocity, there is the counterbalance of the perfect slice of… READ MORE
The Pretty Littles – Rock & Roll

The Pretty Littles – Rock & Roll

The Pretty Littles are a rock band. There is no sexing up the matter. No celebrity collaborations, no glitter, no top 40 remix, no soulful acoustic pop-crooning, definitely no stomp… READ MORE