Afternoon Interview: Alex Olson Episode 001 (Part 1)
On a sunny day in Los Angeles, we drove to Griffith Park and spent an afternoon with professional skateboarder Alex Olson.
Sugarloaf Diaries Kai goes into the hills to edit Dear Suburbia
Dear Suburbia, will world premiere August 2nd during the US Open of Surfing and it’s shaping up to be quite the piece of celluloid. A few weeks ago, Kai loaded up his PA Blake Myers, about 20 hard drives, a few bottles of wine, a bounty of Coors Light, and one too many Harmony Korine…
La Goon A What Youth orignial short starring Chippa Wilson
At its core, La Goon is a thoughtful consideration of Western social norms. Chippa, the once-bricklayer made good, still an outsider to the manufactured sheen of south Orange County and its citizens. He seeks out this overlooked reject closeout — a foil for his own character. Losing his nose and surfing anyway is a metaphor…
Kolohe Breaking News Collected Thoughts 013
A little espresso. A small bottle of Mexican cola. And away we went. Kolohe hobbled into the brand new Zebra House Café in San Clemente with me last week. He wore Oakleys and they dangled from a pair of Croakies. He had on one sandle and he was on crutches. His left foot in a…
Documentary: Dion Agius Part 4
In this final installment of the series, friends discuss the critics, projects and prospects of Dion Agius. He’s 26 and not finished.
Dion in uniform Collected Thoughts 012
Helicopter pilot Russian Director (mostly foreign art house) Arms dealer/warlord Ringo Starr Warehouse stock worker Bodyguard Installation artist Coach to the German gymnastic team Taxi driver Member of the Weather Underground Sheep farmer There are many things you’d guess before “surfer” if someone asked you to identify this stranger above. “Waterman” and “professional athlete”…
What Youth Issue 1 We made a magazine, here’s what you should know
Notes and photos from the film Dear Suburbia, Dane Reynolds, Alex Olson, John John Florence, the Caribbean, Mark Oblow and more. Now available.
Season to See Sun Annie for What Youth Issue 1
It’s natural. It’s healthy. Cue the trash pop.