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Back in November Volcom handed Dustin Dollin a camera while they were in Austin, Texas for the launch of the Volcom X Lister Collection to capture his escapades with friend, and world renowned street artist, Anthony Lister as they embarked on a trip from the launch party in Austin, to the Sound on Sound Music...

It is not every day you’ll get to spend time within the inner sanctum of one of surfing’s iconic names. For over 50 years McTavish Surfboards has been synonymous with the progression of Australian surfing all over the world. With a team of dedicated craftsmen many of whom have spent countless years perfecting boards to...

The birth of digital marked a revolution that threatened to leave analogue in the grainy dust. Despite lightning advances in technology, there has been a quiet resistance among certain photographers. In the age of instant gratification, waiting for results longer than a nano-second can seem impractical. The mistakes...

At only 20 years old, Thomas Aulagner is living and shooting in Biarritz where he found the perfect way of life, close to the ocean. Thomas’photography offers a glimpse into the essence of youth and natural beauty through skate, surf and portrait photography. From his first interest in street culture, endless source of...

Time for our third and last article featuring this year’s Wheels and Waves. As we’ve told you in previous post you here, the event is (a lot) about custom motorcycling culture. Like we also mentioned, it gives much room to art, music, surf and skate as well. Let’s get you one more time to Biarritz, on this part of the...

Australian photographer Matt Dunne recently spent time in the desert of California which is such an awesome place to shoot landscape and people. The terrain is just so unique to Australia. I’ve only been to the USA twice to Cali for work shooting campaigns for Cotton On Body. But, it’s still given me the opportunity...

Have you ever seen a giant donut on a motorbike? What about a giant beer bottle on a motorbike? Spiderman? A human unicorn? We did see all that in the course of a day, among with various other ridiculously fun looking antiheroes superheroes, on the misty slopes of the Jaïzkibel. Welcome to the Punk’s Peak Sprint Race,...

Biarritz just welcomed the sixth edition of Wheels and Waves. The annual event gathers visitors from all over Europe under a single cultural spectrum that brings together motorcycles, art, music, surf and for the first year, skateboard. Here’s number one post in a series, starting with the event’s first highlight : El...

In 1968 Gibellina, a small town nestled in the Belice Valley of western Sicily was destroyed by an earthquake. Today, it remains silent. Some 11 kilometres from where this town once stood, you will find its replacement, Gibellina Nuova. Designed by some of Italy’s most prominent artists and architects of the time, it...

Visiting a new country is always exciting from he moment you map your route, to packing the essentials and double checking everything is organised. It’s even more exciting and challenging when you’re only travelling for a short time. This one was literally a 100 hours trip to Norway, it was time for a long weekend break...