The guys at Poler have decided to flex their multi-talented biceps by getting involved in the surf game.
End of the Tour, a biopic of sorts documenting three days in the life of late author David Foster Wallace, is heavy as hell, but well worth the watch.
The trailer for John John’s eagerly anticipated film, ‘View From A Blue Moon’ will leave you weak at the knees.
If we had a ‘music video of the month’ segment, this would be it. 43 animators were given 5 seconds of footage to put their own creative spin on, which were then sewn together to make one hell of a moving art work.
In issue #35 of Monster Children, we asked skateboarder Alex Olson what 10 things really got his goat, and he handled it with the grace and ease of a 97-year-old with prostate cancer.
Cricket’s biggest D-Bag has voiced his support for the public’s booing of Aboriginal Australian AFL player, Adam Goodes.
This week’s playlist was created by none other than prolific artist Mike Giant. Not only does Mike have one of the steadiest hands in the tattoo game, turns out he’s got a steady ear, too.
For issue #47 of Monster Children, we visited artist Haroshi at his studio in Kosuge, Japan. Haroshi has been turning discarded skateboards into awe-inspiring sculptures for over a decade. Watch the video here.
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Ever wondered what 2 minutes and 43 seconds of your dreams would look like if you edited them all together into one jaw-dropping montage? Wonder no more.
I had a bunch of flights get cancelled consecutively, leaving me with the realization that I was stuck in Chicago for about a day and a half. Here’s my 24-Hour Travel Guide.
A dentist by the name of Walter Palmer has been named as the killer of Hwange National Park’s much loved Cecil the lion, who took 40 hours to die, before being skinned and beheaded. Palmer paid $55,000 for the ‘triumph’. Leave Walter a nice Yelp review here.
Over the weekend, some 27,500 people descended on Byron Bay for a weekend of mud and music. Check out our recap here.
Josh Pall’s got a right-brained approach to skating. He picks far-out spots, and hits them in simple ways that none of us would ever think to do.
Californian songwriter Day Wave just dropped the video to his first single, ‘Drag’, from his debut EP. It’s a sweet, sugary little number that loops in your head long after the song ends, as if your memory just learnt how to whistle.
Grant Yansura sat down with the WKND skateboarder Alex Schmidt to talk about work, his photography, women, and near death experiences. Learn all about him here.
Sagittarius Nov 22 – Dec 20: A pledge made in haste a while back returns to haunt you this month, but don’t worry, you’ll pass your drivers exam. Do you work out? You look like you work out. Make a right up here.
Cameras document certain human emotion in a way that memory simply cannot. The way Nic Bezzina captures crowds at music gigs is testament to that. See some of his show-stoppers here.
Goldberg’s 1974 album, Misty Flats, was just reissued, and thank god for that. We’ve all been given a second chance to discover something really special.
Photographer Gareth Costello has spent 31 years on earth; 7 of those taking photos. His step dad gave him an old Olympus Trip 35, and he’s been addicted to film ever since. Enjoy a selection of his images here.