With two parents that represented Germany at the Olympic Games, Stephanie Dietze took a different route into the world of mountain unicycling. Living a unique life which consists of working remotely as an editor, traveling the world, and taking the extreme sport to new heights, we find out more about this single wheel thrillseeker. Read more
Wanderlust co-editor Cam Honan has trekked 90,000 kilometers in the last 25 years throughout over 50 countries. He explains why we can't stop once we have started walking. "When we choose to walk rather than fly or drive, something wonderful happens: our awareness and appreciation of the natural world begins to grow." And he reveals what happens, when wanderers return from the trail to their regular lives. Read more
Secretive, mysterious, and oddly satisfying, photographer Dan Medhurst gained access into North Korea's Mass Games and what he shot was like a scene resembling a dystopian fiction. So we took this opportunity to find out more from Dan about Pyongyang's obedience, their military might, and his life as a photographer.
The 40,000 mostly hexagonal-shaped basalt columns along the coastal cliffs of Northern Ireland have a colorful name. Thanks to an ancient myth surrounding the rivalry between an Irish and Scottish giant, the Giant's Causeway is a place of both beauty and local folklore.
Art is meant to be intriguing and draw a reaction. It’s true that something can be considered art just from it being labeled as such or a credible figure saying as much. But art is also meant to draw emotion and make you think, that's the sensation you get from Tishk Barzanji's work. Read more
Two years ago, tattoo artist Julie Toebel and her partner Kai Branss, a director and videographer, bought an old American school bus, rebuilt the inside to meet their needs, and from then on called the vehicle their home. Having been featured last year in our Hit the Road
book, we caught up with the pair to find out more about their new life.