Western Australia is a hell of a place, and pleasant company is always preferable.
It’s called The Shallows, and it’s been sent from on high to de-crowd surfing.
Sometimes you just don’t need a reason, a stunning instalment by photographer Ali Mitton fit for a mindless friday.
An enthusiasts guide to nudity.
What’s it like inside Guess model Simone Holznagel’s house? Check out photographer Cybele Malinowski’s beautiful images to find out.
When did you leave heaven? How could they let you go? How’s everything up in heaven? I would love to know.
Annabella Barber is an Australian model who graced page 33 in issue #49 of Monster Children. See her in action here.
Matt Godkin won the Girls category of this year’s MC Photo Comp. See some more of his photography here.
My grandad has the heart of a lion and a lifetime ban from the zoo.
Stunning landscapes and beautiful bodies litter the photos in Tim Swallow’s new series, capturing the spontaneous energy of Australian youth culture.
Cybele Malinowski photographs models in their own homes all over the world for her Model-Maison series. See her photos here.
If you want to see a beautiful picture of a woman, give a camera to Henrik Purienne, then close the door behind you. He will take care of the rest.
Meet Claire Collins, whose interests include lazing about in fresh white sheets, tousling her sandy hair toward the sunset, and sauntering about wearing nothing but a beige coloured fur coat.
In our book, Ten Years of Monster Children Magazine, we pay homage to some of the beautiful creatures that have graced page 33 over the years. Prepare yourselves.
Amanda Leigh Smith is a photographer who captures the female form in all it’s glory. Take a look at some of her work here.
Ever wondered what it’s like being Helena Vestergaard? Now’s your chance to find out.
What did Snow White say when she came out of the photobooth? Someday my prints will come… Photographer: François Rousseau
Here we have Ms Briana King, taking a sultry strut through a structural example of architectural genius, in Brighton, Victoria. The video, by Jack Shelton & Gavan Dawe, is the first episode in their short film series, Snippets of Spinach.
We asked Luke what moment in his life he wished he had documented with a camera, and he said it was when his drunk friend carved SLAYER into his arm with a knife. See some of his best photos here.
Lord knows everyone needs a cap with a cat playing keys on it.