On Tuesday morning, we took our bicycles on the train to Long Island and rode them out to Jones Beach, where we encountered the craziest party I’ve ever witnessed.
If you think Nashville is just some landlocked city in the middle of America like all the rest, think again. It’s a lively scene, full of creative people with that Southern hospitality you wish existed in the rest of the world.
Brian Kelley is a commercial photographer, skateboarder, and a humble and friendly creative who ends every text message he sends with a smiley face emoji. He also takes fantastic photos. Take a look here.
Puerto Rico is a square-shaped rock in the middle of the Caribbean. The Spaniards invaded and took the place over back in the 1500s, and today, people from all nations invade the field to take selfies in front of the castle.
Theres an exclusive zine swap club in Brooklyn akin to the Stonecutters. Invites are exchanged by text message only, and we know someone VIP enough to get the phone beep.
AVG is an African dude who is so pleasant, keen, and professional, that he’s like the antithesis to everyone else on the not-getting-shit-done program. He’s also one hell of an artist behind the camera lens. Check out some of his incredible work here.
There are some bitter people in Portland, but photographer Mark McInnis isn’t one of them. He spends most of his time outside the city, on the coast, so he doesn’t have to interact with the assholes as much.
MC Contributor and Later Magazine Editor Eric Greene guides us through some interesting facts about the German culture beast that is Berlin.
https://vimeo.com/98182841 Video by Robert Grieb of Positive Productions Let’s begin with a super brief background summary. Cole Barash was the main man in snowboard photography a few years back. He was at the top, above all the rest, and every brand and pro snowboarder wanted a piece. Three years ago he moved to New…
Here are some words with Andrew Blauschild, co-founder of Kookbox Surfboards, about the past and present of NY surf culture, photography, and how chicks used to dig bankers but now they prefer surfers.
I recently spent a week in Iceland with my wife. Unofficially, it was our honeymoon, but she wanted to shoot a lookbook for her clothing brand, Muttonhead, and I brought my surfboards. The wife don’t surf. Iceland is a pretty cool place, but everyone already knows that. I’m not going to preach about how awesome…