Surfing, Skateboarding, Music, Photography, Travel, Culture and general antics of the youth on the run.
And we’re back yet again. Because we can’t stop noticing the finer details in life: like all this shit. Lizards of Summer: Episode 11 is here. And it’s just another reminder of how fucking weird existing is. And fun!
Welcome to the What Youth Madhouse. And our favorite show. Episode 2 of the second season of Lizards of Summer. Another month on the streets, the road, the terminal, the bar or any other crevice we could find. Appearances by: Noa Deane, Brendon Gibbens, Dillon Perillo, Kolohe Andino, Creed McTaggart, Tanner Rozunko, Eric Geiselman, Ian Crane,…
And we’re back. For season two of whatever the hell sort of video concoction Blake Myers can whip up for Lizards of Summer. You see, throughout the video process, there’s a lot of oddness that happens when the camera stays on too long. And this is that. Back for season two. God we’re cooked.
The road seems to do something to a man. And this is that.
Another 30 days of dancing on the road. Couple cheeseburgers in paradise. A few clips logged. Yadin Nicol sightings. Craig tells us what not to do. And many, many lizard run-ins.
This month’s lizards include Craig Anderson, Dillon Perillo, Dylan Rieder, Thom Pringle, Dion Agius, Wade Goodall, Andrew Doheny, Ryan Callinan, Jack Freestone, Creed McTaggart, Mitch Coleborn and of course: Noa Deane. We hope you enjoy whatever the fuck this may be.
Last night Ellen Degeneres broke Twitter. Today, we’re breaking the whole damn Internet. With an all new Lizards of Summer. With Dane Reynolds, Craig Anderson, Noa Deane, Jack Freestone, Dylan Rieder, Curren Caples, Mitch Coleborn, Dillon Perillo, Austyn Gillette, Mitch Crews and a bunch of sweaty Australian road trip living.
We get our first look at life on the road filming for Kai’s new film Cluster.
This episode features late night antics at the office, Noa Deane’s alter-ego, a couple hip motherfuckers at Lowers, Brendon Gibbens dancing, Dillon Perillo’s morning commute and a lot more.
There’s no explaining this. It’s a celebration.
Just a bunch of lizards sunning themselves all over this funny rock we live upon.