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Issue 9: Reckless


When was the last time you did something for the first time? When was your last reckless experience? This issue goes through a few different reckless occasions: the politics of street art (C.ME)  not landing that trick (photographs x Matt Miller), looking pretty but acting recklessly (fashion spread x Tien Austin), and growing from your recklessness to get serious in your work (artist Jeremy Strength).



Issue 8: Into The Void


Featuring the dark and twisted objects that Jackie-Paints-Dead paints, the legendary Aussie surf photographer Sean Davey, Big Island Boy Dusty Owens who shows us how to be a Shitty Kid, and finally the adventure photographer Krystle Wright who’s cover shot perfectly captures our theme. WHOA!



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Issue 7: Home

For this issue we chatted with homeless and wandering pro skater, Willis Kimbel, got to the bottom of things with skate photog, Chris Sessions, and went on a visual journey on what makes her home special with Hawaii photographer, Lila Lee, not to mention exploring 5 different homes from around the world.  What makes a home a home, homie?





Issue 6: Anonymous

For this issue we explored the idea of what it’s like to be anonymous.  With everyone from grafffiti artists to tattoo artists.  We talked to Robin Waters of Don’t Blow The Illusion a raw and real clothing company with amazing photography and bikini bottoms called “hotcakes”.  And we also interviewed rad-ass skate photographer Tim Korbmacher out of Germany. We were beyond stoked to get this images to grace our pages.  All in all, we have a talented bunch of people featured and who contribute and we only hope to continue that philosophy– only highlighting worthy and awesome individuals and companies both here in Hawaii and around the world.




Issue 5: Legacy

This issue is chock full of people we think of as legendary.  We’ve got cover boy Arto Saari’s bad ass photos gracing our pages alongside legend in the making Alison Teal who’s adventures run far and wide.  And then there’s our VS section that boast some big names in art, music, skate and surf.





Issue 4: Tomorrow

The sun’ll come out.. tomorrow, bet your bottom dollar! We put together this issue with Tomorrow in mind. Our stories include a pictorial on free surfing stud, Matt Meola. Then we interview the beautiful songstress, Carolyn Malachi, who’s a Grammy nominated artist. And finally we found a company that’s making it easy to give back to the children of tomorrow in our regular column, The Ripple Effect, not to mention a few fabulous pictorials you can check out the full magazine on our home page.


CreativePursuit_P1Issue 3:TheCreativePursuitThis issue focuses on stories from across the globe that highlight people who are following their dreams and doing it with style! Our cover story is from graphic artistMichaelPazwho’s Project Aloha challenge gave him a differentdesignwithaloha in mind every day.. And a fascinating VS session where we stalk famed Brooklyn artists Buff Monster,La’Mour Supreme,SuperSucklord, and Lee Trice. 



Issue 2: The Spirit of Youth

This issue was about the fun playful feeling of youth. Our cover story is about skate artist Tobal Keller who’s whimsical art makes us feel like we’re 15 again! Not to mention a photo spread of the gorgeous Hawaiian beauty, Ella Aki. We also a took note of a chef named Emma Hearst who’s named one of the best 30 under 30 in Manhattan. It seems that The Spirit of Youth never quite leaves us no matter how old we are.





Our premiere issue: Breaking Tradition

This issue is all about trying to do things differently. Our cover story features Meggs the international graffiti artist out of Melbourne, Australia who is a part of Honolulu’s Pow Wow event run by Jasper Wong who we feature as well. We highlight the brilliance behind Sean “BedPan” Reilly who rides for Hawaii based skate company Natural Koncept who continues to live his life somewhat differently.