Over January, our talented team of photographers based around the world were busy bringing you uniquely captivating pieces of culture and visually stunning parts of the world. This is our list of the best bits, we hope you enjoy.
Hong Kong-based Photographer Kim Lo shoots one of the most underrated pieces of architecture, the Choi Hung Estate, one of Hong Kong’s oldest public housing estates.
An hour or so from Chiang Mai is a guesthouse by the name of Earth Home, nestled in the mountains of Northern Thailand. Gioia Emedi’s photography explores the variety of workshops on offer that aim to strengthen the local village community and reconnect people with the land.
Singapore’s Chinatown, located on the edge of the central business district, is full of colour and classic ornate design. Angela Koblitz’s documents this evocative architecture which is also a highly popular tourist hotspot.
Over 200,000 protesters took to the streets of Los Angeles for this year’s Women’s March 2018 and many more did the same in other cities across America. We sent out photographer Stephanie Castellon and others to cover this protest and one of the most significant issues under Trump’s presidency.
A small village inside the Greek capital, the Plaka Neighbourhood is one of the city’s most photographed districts. Thomas Gravanis shows us why in a series that features neoclassical mansions and original Greek ouzeri taverns.
Du Pain et des Idées bakery has been making some of Paris’s best croissants for the past 15 years. Rachel Moyer took us behind the scenes of this famous locale, documenting the croissant-making process and meeting owner Christophe Vasseur.
Under the light of the moon, the most devoted Malaysian Hindus perform shocking acts of penance for Thaipusam, a festival which isn’t for the faint-hearted.
We sent our photographer Marina Watson Peláez to capture a behind-the-scenes view of Lisbon artist Margarida Girão’s studio, showing us what’s next for this amazing visual artist and where she draws her inspiration from.
Palak Mittal documents the hustle and bustle of New Delhi’s crazy marketplaces.
On a recent adventure to New Zealand’s North Island, photographer Jason Kane shot his trek through the Egmont National Park, immersing us in lush greenery and epic landscapes.
This 82-year-old Malaysian Songkok cap maker is the only one left maintaining this traditional handicraft, and we sent Irene Navarro to photograph this dedicated professional.
Jason Kane’s photographs of Mt Cook document an enthralling land of jagged mountains, gigantic glaciers and exquisite off-the-grid adventures.
In the Ninh Binh province of Northern Vietnam, the locals have developed a unique rowing method. Photographer Vu Pham Van found out first-hand.
One of Bangkok’s most famous landmarks and popular tourist attractions, the Grand Palace is a picturesque beauty, and Kit Dale was there to show you why.
The little known city of Arequipa is one of Peru’s most beautiful cities, photographed by Mia Spingola.