Watch Ryan Callinan fill in time between heats in Western Australia. Beach break game strong.
Marv has uploaded a personal video of himself screaming about a spider, ‘just like in the movie.’ 10/10.
If you’re a creative then this really is the best case scenario: A house on a tropical isle and an inbox full of job offers.
Here’s Noa Deane and Shane Fletcher’s new short film, Pulp, presented by Rusty. Hope you like human airplanes.
We’re about to drop our 50th issue of Monster Children magazine. Get hyped.
Possibly a divisive band, but definitely a good one, the DMA’s just dropped their latest video. Watch it here.
Since he was a kid, Nigel Petrie had a fearless love for taking on speeds most of us wouldn’t even dream of. Over time, his infatuation with fast cars and bikes has only grown.
Four-year-old Liv suffers from a rare disorder called Nemaline Myopathy which causes severe muscle weakness, meaning she requires full hands on attention while she is awake. Help her overcome it.
The full-length version of Rhythm’s ‘The Sound Of Change Experience’ is now here and it’s a 22-minute artistic exploration of surfing. Can you dig?
French filmmakers Jonayd Cherifi and Etienne Declerck realised that skateboarding and classical dance had never been explored together visually, so they set about doing just that. Watch the results of the collab here.
Adidas Skateboarding is releasing the brand’s first full-length feature film, Away Days, and they have just released this piece to tease your taste buds, featuring Lucas Puig, Mark Gonzales, Rodrigo TX, Nestor Judkins and more.
Two of the best in the biz hash it out in this 8 min clip featuring New York street photographers Daniel Arnold and Cheryl Dunn.
Here’s some rolling commentary from Sam Salganik about Becky, where we don’t really establish if this is an LA or NYC based company, if there’s a team at all, and who the hell Becky is.
To lament the coming and going of the Land Boys highly anticipated, first ever Australian exhibition, we have made a video. Presented by MC and Budweiser, you can watch it here.
The tears blow back so fast that they vaporize before they get to your ears. The only sounds are the wind and the dull roar floating back from the mufflers.
Sequence 1 is sure to make you wanna party early today, in lieu of your many weekday obligations. Especially with that clubbed-out Neil Young cover stuck in your head.
Personally, this sits much better with me than the original.
Born Too Late gives a visual insight into Japan’s new generation of underworld figures stuck between the staunchly traditional customs of their homeland and the extroverted influences of the west.
For Volume 3 of their Nike SB Chronicles, Nike feature legendary skateboarders Eric Koston and Lance Mountain as they discuss the importance, process and pressure involved in creating skate films.
Andy Mininger’s fourth installment of his Made in Seattle series profiling Chris Hanson and his creation of the Filson Restoration Department teaches you a thing or two about quality and sentimentality.