Out friends Fish Thinkers collaborate with the NSW Department of Primary Industries in Australia to monitor fish stocks for conservation. Not only do they produce the most incredible videos in the name of science, they are unbelievably beautiful and we love them.
The latest on the Ponytail Journal wave has you exploring the world, past and present, through a spicy, jazzy flavour. Presenting, ’Salty’. Click through for over an hour of salty listening goodness.
An exhibition of the rollin’ anthology that is - our pal Eric Kvatek’s vast body of photography work, poetic in his great gift for story telling through imagery. Hosted by Heavy Selection in Bangkok, the opening was the most interesting gathering of an eclectic motorbike riding, indigo loving scene. Lucky Eric was there himself to document the wonderful hybrid between a romantic vision of the wild west, vintage, and pop-culture all carefully proportioned around a tight knit crowd in Thailand. What a soulful melting pot of badass, new-ass, and old-ass... and lots of bikes.
El Nido is living proof that marine life has the ability bounce back in diversity and beauty from nothing thanks to blast fishing that wipes out entire coral reefs and all of its inhabitants. So our travel guru Anne Berry takes us with her on a kayak journey through the set of pristine islands - come along with her
While in Sydney last, we went fishing with Matt Rees of marine research group, ’Fish Thinkers’ to understand more about how we should be moving towards a foraged bait system when we go fishing. We fished for luderick that day using floats and some stinky weed bait, and you can learn how to do it yourself here too.
The hokuriku shinkansen between Tokyo and Kanazawa has opened a door for those wary of the long hours and unnecessary stops accompanied with train travel. This week, Ponytail correspondent Anne Berry takes you on a detour through the chilly calm of the Hida Region, and the salty winds of the Kanazawa coast.
I sat down with the Vogue Australia team to talk about what inspires my work, and what I look for when I travel.
Pictured clockwise from the top left / Maison Balzac x 2 by Lyn and Tony ‘Strangeness’ candle / OG Thai Matches / A Land Store F...
Perhaps this is a cue to reconsider how we approach routines we attach ourselves to in life? Lauren played Pilates test dummy at the Body Arts and Science International clinic in Tokyo.
Our buddies Kevin and Yuri from The Japan Select Shop are stockpiling the most beautiful things that speak to the everyday. They have sourced handicrafts and very wholesome goodies from around the country to share with the world, in a very thoughtful and organised manner - true to Japanese form. Without overanalysing these simple pleasures to the point of bored-town, we just want to say that these are the right kind of things to fill your living space with good energy and goodness.
Matt is the editor of Trim, a beautiful surf publication from sunny Hawaii, so travelling between Japan and the Pacific paradise, he has latched onto a wonderful way of being. In his magazine, you’ll find great archival imagery of early indigenous surfing all the way to some superb boards shaped by water spirits who have found passion in craft. We asked him a few things about what floats his boat