Jerry Hsu's new book, 'The Beautiful Flower is the World,' is a curated “feed” of cell phone photos — shot only with his Blackberry phone — documenting absurdities, unplanned snapshots of friends and strangers, skate culture, roadside curiosities, and anything else that Hsu deemed sharable.
Skateboarding has not only become King's therapy, exposing her to a close-knit community of women skaters, but also serves as a catalyst for her creativity and ultimately has put her in a place where she feels like she can be her authentic self.
In Venice Beach, California, the all-women skate crew GRLSWIRL takes its cues from the smooth, graceful style of the 1970’s to create an atmosphere for women to take up the sport without judgment or inhibitions.
Teague Muir doesn’t claim he’s the best surfer, the best skater, or the best artist, but he manages to stay consistent and committed to all his interests, giving each discipline a shit ton of tender loving care.
We had a chance to talk with Alexis Sablone in the days leading up to her solo show at Extension Gallery in Boston, where she's showing a range of animations, illustrations, and her new board designs for WKND.