• Video: Out of Bounds
  • Posted 23 months ago by Jack Lowe · film · 9725 Views
  • Out of Bounds of a new original surfing short from Shane Fletcher produced with support from Monster Energy and Waves Magazine. Alongside surfers Chippa Wilson and Jack Freestone, photographer Matthew O'Brien and Shane Fletcher ventured into the Middle East, and this is what they found... The soundtrack is "Heavy Burden" by The Sleep Party People. Enjoy!

    • damn that was boring
    • chuck g Posted 23 months ago · 20
    • hahaha! totally!
    • walf Posted 23 months ago · 18 Reply
  • Video: POP POP BANG
  • 23 months ago · Art & Design · 2 Comments · 6485 Views
  • POP POP BANG is a new collaborative project between photographer Thomas Brown and creative director Anna Burns which explores "the masculine world of B-Movies" by twisting it against very British backdrops. The duo created three different "umbrella walls", each one located in front...
  • Ralph Lauren To Discontinue Rugby Label
  • 23 months ago · style · 3 Comments · 8146 Views
  • Despite earning more than was expected in the second quarter, preppy American fashion giant Ralph Lauren have announced that they will be discontinuing the Ralph Lauren Rugby label. In the released statement, Ralph Lauren explained the closure allows the company "to focus resources...
  • Rumour: Lana Del Rey To Become Face of Versace
  • 23 months ago · style · 2 Comments · 5559 Views
  • Rumours are currently circulating that the singer Lana Del Rey is set to be the new face of Versace. Speculation began when an unverified Twitter account (@LanaDelReyWorld) posted photographs that show her posing in the label's...
  • Video: Dylan Rieder for i-D Magazine
  • 23 months ago · culture · 8 Comments · 9495 Views
  • Gravis have teamed up with i-D magazine to release a short clip of 24-year-old skateboarder Dylan Rieder, who has a signature shoe line with the label. Filmed by Greg Hunt, the one-and-a-half minute video accompanies an interview on i-D, in which the Alien Workshop team rider talks...