The Monster Children 2015 Photo Annual Competition is now open, and entries are flooding in. Here’s today’s top pick.
Denton, it’s a helluvah town. We know because we went there. We flew to Denton to hang with Jason Lee and put the finer details on issue #48 of Monster Children.
Love hurts. We’ve all been there. The ups, the downs, the blue hair. Inspired & the Sleep’s new video is a somber reminder.
Sheriff John Hanlin is a gun enthusiast who helped supervise the response to yesterday’s shooting at Umpqua Community College in Oregon.
How do you start a revolution? Watch the new Netflix documentary, Winter On Fire: Ukraine’s Fight for Freedom, to find out.
Artist Evan Hecox made us a desert themed playlist. So sit back, relax, and let the arid air surround you. An oasis will be appearing shortly.
Ezekiel’s team always drags their boards and bags to the damn middle of nowhere, which we would normally be peeved about, but we are happily living vicariously through these images.
Tomorrow night, RVCA artist Kevin Ancell opens his first solo exhibition in many years. We visited his studio to get the low down on his new work. Watch the video here.
To celebrate Jason Lee editing issue #48 of MC, we made a bunch of cool products honoring the union. Along with the limited edition box set, we’ve got tees and a skate deck!
Centers of government in the U.S. are some of the best places to skate—delightful, sturdy, expensive granite marble plazas dedicated to abstractions like “justice” and memorializing dead guys who killed people.
Sydney based online photography publication The Heavy Collective is dipping it’s toes in ink for the first time by launching their first photo book.
Zinester organization gives marginalized voices a chance to make some of the most important zines we’ve seen yet.
If you want to see a beautiful picture of a woman, give a camera to Henrik Purienne, then close the door behind you. He will take care of the rest.
Who is going to cryptically predict the future now that the Log Lady has died?
The truth is still out there.
Rob Machado and 3 minutes from 3 sessions along the Indonesian Bukit Peninsula.
Digital music veteran Ian Rogers has been making mixtapes as long as most of you have been alive. Enjoy his MC playlist, ‘Pressing On’, perfect for blasting on a two-lane highway, 6 thousand feet above sea level.
“Be it through arrangement, composition or lighting, you can make a potato look happy, sad, or ashamed of its body shape. It’s very entertaining.”
Australia’s winter is over. Done. Finished. Check-ya next year. All we have to show for it is this very good edit of Jack Freestone’s time around Queensland and the South Australian desert in the colder months.
In issue #48 of Monster Children, we interview singer-songwriter Beck Hansen. Read the feature here.