The First Skateboard In Guela’a

Adam Abada is an artist, filmmaker, and skateboarder. He went to visit family in the small village of Guela’a, Algeria. He brought his board, and without realizing it, was probably the only one to ever do so.
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Go In the Know: Guide to Fiji – Part I

Find out exactly what you need to know before heading to one of the Pacific's best dots on the map. Namotu, Fiji!
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Searching for Solitude: Jack Bailey

Photographer Jack Bailey spent one hundred and twenty two days traveling 13,840 kilometers from LA to Anchorage, in search of nothing in particular. Learn about his search for solitude here.
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89 Miles Along the Tongue River

Arch Coal is set to establish a strip coal mine and construct an 89-mile stretch of railroad along The Tongue River in Montana, where artist William Carson grew up. He set out to travel the 89 mile stretch, and ended up with a body of artwork as gritty as the coal it's made from.
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The Cinder Cone Skate Treehouse

Artist Foster Huntington is truly a Renaissance man, so we were hardly surprised to discover that the stunning, multi-platform treehouse in Washington state's Columbia River Gorge was his next undertaking.
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