photographs of adolescence in small town australia
'Brunswick Heads' captures a group of guys navigating adolescence and masculinity by the local swimming hole.
this photo series captures the slow pace of suburban adolescence
Valerie Phillips only needed two things to make her zine 'We Smell Like Time': an amazing girl and a cool place to stay.
cristóbal servino's intimate, sun-drenched photographs of women she meets online
“It’s undeniable that nature is the origin of pure beauty,” the Chilean photographer says.
these candid photos are an ode to being young, dumb, and in love
In "That Day Was Ours," Kate Burkhardt uses old photos of her friends to make sense of her formative years.
teen dreams of new zealand, straight up
There’s something about New Zealanders, they harbour a kind of moody cool that doesn’t exist anywhere else. Much has been said about how weather, isolation, and multiculturalism informs the national creative fingerprint, but we’re not ones to speculate...
ten years after 'teeth', we’re still afraid and compelled by vagina dentata
A decade on, the cult film still speaks to the way we police adolescent sexuality and fear powerful women.
nicola luey makes coming of age clothes
We caught up with the New Zealand designer about how friendship bracelets, growing up and not fitting in inspired her first collection.
exploring our love, obsession and fascination with youth
Photographer Heather Lighton's upcoming book 'Young 2' is an unapologetic celebration of adolescent beauty.
school daze: a high schooler’s portraits of her friends before graduation
“You never think to photograph things that feel like they’re forever.”
a new zealand adolescence
We caught up with a few of the kids making clothes and impressions, and asked them about being young in New Zealand and their own (very recent) teenage years.
how we became generation witch
Come for the Instagram opportunities, stay for the spiritual awakening.
martine fougeron photographs the most compelling teens ever: her sons
The French photographer has captured her two teenage sons’ lives in intimate detail for the past ten years. Just don’t call them beautiful.