Two hundred working hospital beds. Fifteen per cent unemployment. Poverty rates that only the privileged could ignore. Tunisia is stable, but it’s still under lockdown.
A cancelled new year festival. Idling pad thai vendors and tuk tuk drivers. Deserted bars and massage parlours. No tourists. For one teenage resident, Thailand’s capital is a ghost of its vibrant former self.
The anonymous Brighton-based designer and elusive London figure has been fond of hiding behind masks since long before they were mandatory. So who better to ask for a round-up of the best masked moments in pop culture history?
When photographer Christaan Felber moved back to his hometown Woodstock, New York, he took it as an opportunity to document the locals – from a responsible distance – during the coronavirus pandemic.
Cannabis café closures. Designated social areas in public parks. Police patrolling on bikes and boats and hefty fines for breaking the rules. Georgia Boal-Russell – the newly self-titled “Erin Brockovich of hygiene” – reports from The Netherlands.