We decided to do things a little differently this time around, and this ad ran as two single pages one right after the other, placed just before his epic DIG interview in that issue.
Click below to check out he second half.
Mutiny just updated their website with a fresh new look and all new products, as well as this edit with Josh Bedford, Robbo and Paul Heathcote. Check it all out!
Robin Fenlon is always on the move. I feel like he is never in one place for too long while taking care of business. This is part of the reason we asked him to take over our Photo of The Day a while back. If you follow him on Twitter or Instagram, than you might know what I mean as well.
Below I throw some assorted travel related topics at Robin. Check out what he has to say.
Follow Robin on Twitter and Instagram at @robinfenlon
Don’t know too much about this project, but I’m really into the video that Wieden + Kennedy created for this Nike campaign. The sound design is beyond incredible.
What better way to celebrate the 4th than to marvel at the stupidity of humans mixed with fireworks!
It’s all fun and games until someone gets a bottle rocket stuck in their a-hole.
Seriously though, be careful out there.
TWO SINGLE SPEED BICYCLES, FIVE DAYS, FIVE HUNDRED MILES.
From Thursday 19th to Monday 23rd July United’s Ian Morris and Dean Hearne will cycle 500 miles from Hastings to Paris and back again raising money for the Boyley Trust Fund & The Boyley Park Phase 2. Show your support and donate securely and safely via Paypal using THIS LINK.
Last week we featured a DISPOSED with the Sunday dudes in Atlanta, and today we have the edit from the trip.
Features Garrett Reeves, Alex Magallan, Gary Young, Lee Dennis, Aaron Ross, Jake Seeley, Eric Lichtenberger and more…
I’m really stoked on this edit from Eclat documenting their trip to Shanghai. Great mix of riding, lifestyle and interview footage… and the clips are so good! They also have a great mini-site to go along with their trip featuring photos from Andrew White. Check the video above and site here.
Car Poolers is an absolutely amazing photo series by photographer Alejandro Cartagena who camped out on a freeway overpass in Mexico, taking photos of contraction workers sleeping in the back of trucks. Keep reading to see some more images and check out the full series here.
Saul Leiter, a New York City photographer who is a major contributor to the New York School of photography movement. Starting out shooting black and white he began to work with color photography in the late 40′s and had some major shows featuring his personal work in the 50′s. He then got heavily into fashion photography and stopped showing his personal work even though he was still shooting on a regular basis. “It was only in the 1990s that he began to look back at that remarkable color work and start to make prints. His sense of color and densely compressed urban life represents a truly unique vision of those times.”
Check out more of Saul Leiter’s work after the jump.
Few weeks ago, Alex Valentino, Kevin Kalkoff and Matthias Dandois Flew over the Atlantic to meet up with best spots in NYC supported by Ralphy Ramos, the best spot finder over there.
Here is the result with the Film edited by Thibaut Grevet.
Courtesy of The Diggest