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A collection of the best pressed creative grapes from Gobe online. Cycle into Mexico with Tom Wollf and spend some time in with Tom’s second famillia. Soak up the sun with Lady Mustard’s 12 Frames on the Gold Coast, learn about lensing, spend a moment treating your eyeballs and leave inspired with our Short Film Gold. Oh, and we’ve put together a playlist for your weekend listening.
 

A break from the saddle with Tom Wolff in Mexico.

Tom took a well-deserved rest from eight months on the bike, stepping off at Puerto Escondido. A reflection on the families that provided a home away home in more ways than one. Tom’s raw photographs show a vibrant and gentle side of Oaxaca that spills warmth onto your lap.

 

An introduction to responsible travel with Eleanor Scott. A worthy read for any keen explorer.

It’s most likely apparent to you that Gobe HQ is full of avid travellers from all over the world. Travelling is a gateway to unfamiliar and rewarding inspiration, but how can we discover new territories and leave the local inhabitants better off for it? Eleanor explores options for travellers to responsibly traverse our beautiful planet and ensure a greater percentage of the tourism economies spend stays within the communities you visit.

 

12 Frames with Lady Mustard

Maddison Eileen aka Lady Mustard spends her days making, printing and pasting up her photographs in the glistening and gleaming heat of the Gold Coast Australia. A melting pot of suburban motels and pristine coastline, the Gold Coast laid itself out as a sun-baked backdrop for Mustard’s roll of film in the latest Gobe 12 Frames.

 

Buried under white powder in the most northern communities of the planet there’s some incredible and progressive food growing happening.

Arctic farming is transforming the supply and sustainability of the incredibly remote community of Svalbard and Hudson Brown breaks it down for you here. Determined to reduce the communities disproportionate waste levels and create a circular source of fresh food for the townspeople, farmers are working through three-month periods of darkness to make a difference.

 
 
 
 
 
 


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