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Apart from being two big islands, Australia and Iceland don’t really have a lot in common, but that – and a whooping 11-hour time difference – didn’t stop two Iceland-based artists and one Australian writer waking or staying up to all hours in the name of art.

The result is Under the Moon, an e-book collaboration with text written by Mitchell and accompanying photos by Kuba and Maugo. While the Australian was heading to the beach, the two Polish photographers were walking the bleak streets of their home in Borgarnes, 60 kilometres north of Iceland’s capital, Reykjavik, armed with a camera and lots of warm clothing.

Here’s some of what they came up with. To read the entire book, visit here.

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Tales from two islands

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