I’m excited to have been part of the team behind “Scramble”—an homage to the outdoors. A collaboration between Range and The Usual, this new print edition celebrates adventure, exploration and the natural world through a youthful, irreverent lens. Printed in a run of 3,000, the collectible publication was available at Outdoor Retailer Winter Market in Salt Lake City, UT. Scramble is packed with infographics, illustrations, interviews with industry insiders, and contributions by revered photographers Jim Mangan, Brian Merriam, and Aaron Durand.
I’m sooo excited to announce the launch of The Drift, Emily Anderson and my collaborative newsprint publication with Patagonia, to celebrate all things snow. Issue 1 features Patagonia ski and snowboard ambassadors Caroline Gleich, Josh Dirksen, Gerry Lopez, Kye Petersen, Liz Daley, Pep Fujas, Forrest Shearer, Taro Tamai, Alex Yoder, and Aidan Sheahan. Pick up your Winter 2013/14 copy at select Patagonia stores worldwide.
Music: Jimi Hendrix Band of Gypsys – Who Knows (suonho raw-dub), thanks to Suonho https://soundcloud.com/suonho
As creativity ambassador for GOOD, it was an especially exciting task to look back at what the year 2013 brought in terms of creativity from the GOOD community. Everyone from artists, activists, designers, architects, chefs, athletes, technologists, etc. contributed to the larger conversation of creativity in the year 2013. Here are some of the highlights from this year.
My job is that much better when I get to write about friends. For Good Magazine I caught up with pro-skateboarder Kenny Reed back from his second trip skateboarding in Afghanistan and checking in on the country’s first skate school: Skateistan. Read the full article HERE.
For Good.is I wrote about the exhibition “Marxism,” currently on view at New York’s 303 Gallery, which examines the oeuvre of the Marx Brothers through the lens of Marcel Duchamp, Jack Goldstein, Rodney Graham, Tim Lee, and Richard Prince—contemporary artists who have made work about, or relating to, the boisterous brothers.
Read the full article HERE.
The Usual is a seasonal “Love letter to Montauk.” Issue 3 features an exclusive interview with Mark Cunningham: one of the world’s greatest bodysurfers, who watched surfing evolve during decades lifeguarding at Pipeline. We also stauk designer Waris Ahluwalia; talk to the first lady of longboarding, Kassia Meador; and check out Michael Dweck’s photos of boards and babes. DJ Chelsea Leyland shares her favorite beach anthems; surfer Quincy Davis shows us her ride; comedian Seth Herzog (“Late Night with Jimmy Fallon”) maps Montauk’s most unusual destinations; and we revisit weird: the legend of the Montauk Project.
Get your free copy now! In Montauk at Ruschmeyer’s, Moby Dick’s, TURF, Jimmy’s Ding Repair and in New York at Saturday’s Surf, The Smile, The Fat Radish, Rogan (on Bowery), Pilgrim, Rockaway Taco.