• Panoptic life in London

    London might be one of the most surveilled pieces of land on the planet, with hundreds of thousands of cameras watching the streets at all times. Regardless of whether or not there is someone watching from behind the lens, argues Oskar Johanson, this kind of constant surveillance is having a profound affect on the public. Read.

  • The Cruise

    Oskar Johanson's first fiction submission to The Larrikin Post, this is a short story about architecture. A man armed only with a cocktail is stranded on a cruise. His company: the Fourteen Agonies of Zoning Law. Read.