Junko seeks to find out the identity of a place or country, from urban cityscapes to countryside landscapes, and all the creative communities that make it what it is. Their focus is to present the country with the utmost intimacy and truth, with in-depth travel writing and interviews.
- Driving to a geothermal power plant with Garðar Eyjólfsson, who creates ceramics from Icelandic sulphur
- Bobby Breiðholt is a graphic designer making album art inspired by nature, hip-hop and the 90s
- On the Reykjavík harbour, a public project asks: What if you could start a new society on an isolated island?
- In Heima (translated as ‘home’) Rhombie Sandoval captures portraits of locals on the east coast of Iceland
- Freyja Eilíf and her grandmother Didda welcomes you into their basement gallery in downtown Reykjavík
- And a travel diary exploring a spiritual relationship to the landscapes of Iceland by photographer Brighitta Moser-Clark