Art of Punk

To look at him you wouldn’t know Bryan Ray Turcotte was punk. He looks more like a cool uncle who turns up out of the blue on his Harley every eight years. But he’s not your uncle—he’s a world-renowned punk rock aficionado. Bryan Ray became an accidental (and very reluctant) authority of all things punk when he started collecting flyers for punk shows as a kid. What started as a hobby ended with one of the largest collections of punk ephemera on the planet; you wouldn’t believe how much cool shit this guy has.

Film / edit: Edgar Obrand

Sign up for the Monster Children Newsletter

Studio Visit: Ty Williams

If there's such a thing as a 'surf artist,' Ty Williams might just be it.
By |

Watch Our New Film ‘Temptation Suppression’

Presented by adidas Skateboarding.
By |


The photographer and co-founder of Paradise Road Show shows us how she gets her kicks in LA.
By |

Joaquin Phoenix Makes the Perfect Joker

The final trailer for the gritty origin story is here.
By |

THE GOOD TRIP: Sean Newport

The San Francisco-based artist shows us around his studio and now we're jealous.
By |

Austyn Gillette Sings Karaoke

Watch the one-take wonder flex his musical muscles.
By |

A Local’s Perspective With Brinkley Davies

Exploring the rugged SA coastline with the surfer, marine biologist and environmental advocate.
By |

THE GOOD TRIP: Nick Pourfard

We're hitting the road with goodbrands. First stop, San Diego with Nick Pourfard of Prisma Guitars.
By |

Watch Drake Johnson in ‘Gutter Dust’

Drake Johnson skates San Francisco in this film by Kyle Camarillo.
By |