The Other Side
"There's no reason to be snobby or look down on comics. Snobbery in general just makes no sense—if you're too cultured to enjoy a great story, it's your loss."
Auckland based illustrator Toby Morris travels to Tokyo, where comic art and anime infiltrate everyday life.
"A lot of women I meet have had abuse in their life. To come to a female makes them feel more comfortable—especially because I was in that place a long time ago too."
Tā moko and tebori: exploring tattoo art in Māori and Japanese culture.
"We've taken bits from everywhere else and shaped that piece of clay into what New Zealand food is."
From pregnant strippers shooting up to militiamen wading through swampy waters, Roberto Minervini's documentary 'The Other Side' takes an intimate look at those living on the fringes of American society.
From eating cereal to partying on the weekends, these bad guys are just like us.
Bodies turned up in weird places, people had complicated feelings about suicide, and the circumstances of our eventual deaths became disturbingly clear.