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outdoors

How These Two Germans Survived 10 Days Stranded in the Canadian Wilderness

They punctured their canoe 115 km from civilization. Their only hope was through 10 days of dense forest.
Mack Lamoureux
9.1.17
Comics!

'The Green Lion Who Swallows The Sun,' Today's Comic by Harper Swindell

A girl and her dog Danger are determined to find the Green Lion so they can watch it devour the sun.
Harper Swindell
5.31.17
Music

Camping, Healing, Cold Brew: The Best of Baltimore's Hidden Art Festival

Fields Festival is basically Burning Man for Baltimore weird vibes.
Lorelei Ramirez
9.21.16
Features

​We Got Life Advice from Some Crazy Kids Raging in a Pool at What The Festival

We got weird in the woods at the Pacific Northwest's best boutique festival.
Jemayel Khawaja
6.23.16
Stuff

My Afternoon Eating Dandelions with a Punk 'Wildman' Forager

For the last 35 years, rugged tour guide and author Steve Brill has been bringing people into the woods to show them food they can easily find in the wild to eat or cook.
Laurel Tuohy
5.1.16
Design

Ditch Civilisation for One of These Perfect Cabins

'Cabin Porn' is your guide to living off the grid in style.
Beckett Mufson
9.30.15
Design

A Furniture Farm Is Growing Whole Chairs

Artist Gavin Munro is cultivating lamps, tables, and more straight out of the ground.
Becky Chung
4.3.15
Film

This Morphing Fractal Forest Is Beautiful

Julius Horsthuis will take you on an animated stroll through an ever-changing fractal forest in 'Where Forests Are...'.
Beckett Mufson
3.25.15
Film

Snow Falls Like Gems in Alex McLeod's Hyperrealistic Animation

Winter gets a hyper surreal twist in Alex McLeod's icy new animation, 'GEM SNOW.'
Beckett Mufson
3.4.15
Film

Walk, Run, and Fly Through Vincent Morisset's New Interactive Film

Today, 'Way to Go' goes live online following the Oculus Rift-enabled film's world premiere at Sundance.
Becky Chung
2.5.15
Why Are You Doing That?

This Guy Destroys Old Pianos

According to this piano removalist, smashing them up is sometimes part of the job. We asked why.
Julian Morgans
10.27.14
News

Coal and Wood Heating Is Making Thousands of Americans Sick

For years, the effects of burning solid fuels indoors have been associated with poor and developing countries like China and India. But a study suggests that in many parts of the United States, the rural poor are experiencing many of the same health...
Peter Moskowitz
9.19.14
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