PAPARAZZI ALERT!! GWEN STEFANI WAS SEEN SPORTING THE NEW L.A.M.B. X BURTON COLLABORATION WHILE ON VACATION WITH HER FAMILY IN MAMMOTH OVER THE HOLIDAYS. MAGE DESIGN PARTNERED WITH GWEN STEFANI HERSELF FOR THIS COLLAB SET TO HIT STORES THIS FALL. THE COLLECTION SHOWCASES GWEN’S ECLECTIC AND ALWAYS COOL STYLE THROUGH A UNIQUE COMBINATION OF INFLUENCES; SUCH AS PUNK, RASTAFARI AND SNOW CHIC. KEEP AN EYE OUT FOR THE GEAR NEXT WINTER!Comments (0)
There is something pretty unique about waking up early in a tent and taking the first peak out the un-zipped flap to discover a whole new scenery. I thought i would share a photo project of the Russian photographer Oleg Grigoryev, that just captures these stunning moments in a project called Morning Views from the Tent. All these were taken while he was traveling around central Asia.Comments (0)
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on Analog’s 2015 Collection and the use of the Nostalgic Hula print hand created here at Mage Design. Take the beach with you on the
I’m not the one for “epic” riding films where the narrator describes the adventure as an escape from reality and where it becomes a verbal vomit of over explanations, but something about this video grabbed my attention. I have heard of Ladakh before and seen multiple videos about the region and the dream would be to one day travel those treacherous roads, so to see someone doing this during the off-season is quite spectacular.
Filmmaker Andrew David Watson was in India, traveling home from Sri Lanka and decided to check out this region. Ladakh is translated as the land of high passes, and is an isolated mountain region in the most northern tip of India. Even though it was the end of winter there, he was able to rent a 350cc Royal Enfield and ride in the shadow of giants. This is a short video of his adventure.
Came across this neat little collection of images, depicting the weapons and equipment of British warriors down the ages. Starting with a Huscarl in 1066 – around the time of the Battle of Hastings, the battle between the Norman-French army of Duke William II of Normandy and an English army under the Anglo-Saxon King Harold II, and all they way up to the modern day Private enlisted now in 2014.
Crusader knight, 1244
Yorkist Man-at-Arms, 1485
New Model Army musketeer 1645
Lance Corporal, 1944
Private, 2014Comments (0)
Photographer Chris Burkard and Professional Surfers Patrick Millin, Brett Barley, and Chadd Konig brave sub-zero temperatures in the Arctic Circle to capture moments of raw beauty in conditions that rank among the harshest in the natural world. The bitterly cold seas and wind exact a large price on their minds and bodies, but the reward – adventure, amazement, and self-knowledge – draws them closer together and pushes them to tackle the next frontier in surfing.
Richard Mosse’s The Enclave documents rebel enclaves and sites of human rights violations in eastern Congo at a time of war. A war which is often tragically overlooked by the world and has resulted in 5.4 million deaths since 1998. Mosse captures these images using an extinct type of infrared film once used by the military to detect camouflaged areas by air, thus resulting in Technicolor. Recently, Mosse won the £30,000 Deutsche Börse Photography Prize for The Enclave.
The Impossible Image show an insight into the making of these images and the film that goes with it.Comments (0)