Joyride A Short Film By William Strobeck
A Short Film By William Strobeck we can’t stop watching.
Every Wall A Door: The C.S. Louis Journals Part One: A hole in every port
Editor’s Note: C.S. Louis has spent the majority of his life serving the God’s of core. And now we’ve given him a chapel in the form of a new column he likes to call: Every Wall a Door to preach his gospel. You’re likely to find wisdom, surfboards, dusty backroads, a lot of frustration with…
Photo Credit: Woody Gooch Portfolio 007
When we asked Woody Gooch about his name, all he said was: “Woodya mean?” Followed by: “I don’t really have a fucking clue how I got the name of two male private parts. I still haven’t asked my parents. No one ever believes me that my name is Woody Gooch.” But we’ll be damned if…
Kassia Meador, Hawaii Back Den 024
I met Kassia about 10 years ago shooting for Roxy. The first time I saw her ride a surfboard i almost cried!
Dear Youth Noa Deane Filming for Cluster
Noa Deane’s dad is one of the finest competitive surfers Australia has ever known. Wayne Deane’s list of accolades is lengthy, he owns a successful surfboard business and he was inducted into the Australian Surfing Hall of Fame in 2003. But despite his incredible competitive success, he never forced that onto his son, and we’d…
What Youth Issue 8 Prints Available now in the What Youth Shop
Scotch tape won’t do on these prints. 18″ x 24″ and sexy as you can handle. Taken from the pages of What Youth Issue 8. And from the lenses of Nate Lawrence, Hamish Humphreys and Quinn Matthews. 4 new prints on sale now in the What Youth store, which you can enter right here. Featured…
Afternoon Interview: Noa Deane on Cluster Episode 017
We sat down with him in the back of a rented mini van in California recently to talk about filming with Kai for his part in Cluster.
How To: Stay in a Hotel By the worlds finest connoissuer of accomodation: Chas Smith
The greatest gift an adult can give himself is a night in a hotel. Hotels, and more specifically, hotel rooms, are portals that exist somewhere between fantasy and reality. They are neither truly real nor truly extraterrestrial. The fine hotel room will exude a sort of “all things are possible, sir” je ne sais quoi….