Volcom delves into the lucid minds of Kurt Vile, Travis Millard, Gemma O’Brien, Dane Burman, Bryan Iguchi and Ryan Burch in chapter 2 of True To This. Kurt also performs an exclusive live track of “Gold Tone”.
PHOTO COMPETITION SHORTLIST: TRAVEL BY CORONA EXTRA
If this doesn’t make you want to book a ticket and get the hell out of here then you’re pretty much done for. Entries this year span from all the incredible corners of the globe and we had too many good photos, so we shortlisted 20 out of thousands, which was still nearly impossible.
PHOTO COMPETITION SHORTLIST: GIRLS BY D’BLANC
Forget the #Fappening, we’ve got the Girls category of the MC Photo Competition by D’BLANC. Tasteful shots are where it’s at kids. And the below shortlist showcases exactly that. Nude, clothed and angles a plenty, we’ve got them all this year.
#LIVINGOFFTHEWALL: TOBIN YELLAND
Tobin Yelland talks to MC and shares his photos about the new documentary series he directed about four photographers who make their own DIY zines titled “Shoot Me Now”
PHOTO COMPETITION SHORTLIST: ACTION BY LEICA
This year we had the good people at Leica help us unearth the best Action shot. Another category which every year baffles us on the amount of incredible imagery we receive.
PHOTO COMPETITION SHORTLIST: LIFESTYLE by Bulleit Whiskey
We get some crazy entries in this category and it’s a bitch to judge every year because it’s so broad. No idea how we’re meant to pick a winner from these. Scroll through the shortlisted gallery for Lifestyle category sponsored by Bulleit Whiskey
PHOTO COMPETITION SHORTLIST: MUSIC by Levi’s®
We’re proud to present a gallery of the images which have been selected for short listing in the 2014 Monster Children Photo Competition. First up, Music presented by Levi’s®, all winners and finalists will be announced in the 2014 Monster Children Photo Annual.
Exhibit: Trent Whitehead – If Not Now, When?
It’s been a while between drinks for Sydney artist Trent Whitehead. His last solo exhibition was a sell out at Monster Children Gallery back in 2010 and in the years since then, he’s been busy building a house and making headways on a family. With his new solo exhibition If Not Now, When? opening next…
CHINESE CHECKING IN SYDNEY
Hump day just got a whole lot more interesting. This wednesday, Sept 17, check out the opening of Chinese Checking, an exhibition of collage, drawing and sculpture at Wellington St Projects in Chippendale, Sydney.
NEW TCSS RANGE
Titled Visions of the Inland Sea, TCSS’s look book follows the well dressed lead character, Rad, through the outback as he comes across a buck toothed Roo while carrying an empty esky after running out of petty.
Artist Series: devNgosha
Check out Duane Fernandez’s first installment of his Artist Series, profiling DEVNGOSHA – a fine art collaborative based in Los Angeles, founded in 2012 by American artists Devin Liston and Gosha Levochkin.
PEOPLE: ERIN GARCIA
We sat down with Californian artist Erin Garcia to ask about his creative evolution, and his new exhibition, 5 Shapes 6 colors at HVW8 Gallery in LA.
Exhibit: James Jirat Patradoon – Hydra
On the eve of James Jirat Patradoon’s solo exhibition at the RVCA Gallery in Melbourne, he sat down with curator Matt Rabbidge to talk about new material and working with Black Sabbath.
LENS: Benedict Brink in Graceland
Jump in the car, throw all your expectations out the window, and head down to Graceland, Tennessee. And if you can’t, just look at Benedict Brink’s pictures instead. Her camera will take you there.
PEOPLE: SAGE VAUGHN
It is hard to separate Sage the dude from Sage Vaughn the artist. The dude is simply awesome. There are very few people around who I think could be more fun to surf and hang and talk about life and just generally bullshit with than Sage.
Single 12 Months
It’s your dads 80th Birthday, he proposes the idea of a ‘slide night’, you’re thinking great, here goes 2 hours of my life i’ll never get back. Instead, what unfolds is a collection of historic, rare and unique imagery from 1950’s America. This is exactly what happened to a good friend of MC, Craig Rochfort…
LENS: Nat Lanyon
So everyone these days wants to be a photographer, shoot film, shoot girls and make money out of it. God, it does sound good when you put it like that. Anyway, Nat Lanyon has somehow done all of the above and is currently working on a book.
PANEL WORK: SASKIA FOLK
Over the past 8 months Saskia Folk has been hacking rusted out, abandoned vehicles in the Norther Territory to pieces. Fascinated by the textures, patterns, colours and feel that the harsh desert conditions have created she has turned them into one of a kind pieces of art. ‘Panel Work’ starts this Friday August 15th at 424…
MARK WHALEN: PECULIARITIES
Mark Whalen is currently exhibiting some new work at Melbourne Art Fair. Get your mind blown till August 17.
HANDMADE: Sharna Martorella
You know the kind of person that can do just about anything? Well I think Sharna is one of those annoyingly creative people. She’s done it all.