Hawaiian photographer Clark Little grew up riding waves on the famous North Shore of Oahu, the mecca of surfing. When he grew up, he developed a liking for the waves of the Waimea Bay shorebreak. That’s not really a surf spot. All that happens at the Waimea shorebreak is massive, 10-15 foot […]
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I worked at FHM, but I didn’t often post stuff from there on my personal blog. I made an exception in the case of the lovely Sylvana Easton, though. Sylvana appeared from nowhere, sending us a couple of pics in 2009. We were blown away, and immediately organised to do a short […]
What would be the antidote to the Southern Hemisphere winter? Why, some super hotness from the Mexican edge of the Northern Hemisphere, of course.
This one’s from 2011, and is included because it is soundtracked by the legendary South African music outfit Tumi & The Volume, featuring Tumi Molekane on voice. Otherwise, it’s slackliner, base-jumper and free-climber Andy Lewis demonstrating he has the balancing ability of a sulphur-crested cockatoo and the fear tolerance of the […]
This spectacular video was created by SA film company Egg Films. It was shot in Johannesburg and Alexandra and directed by SA director Terence Neale. Set in post-apocalyptic dystopia, the video features the skating recyclers on their trolleys that are such a feature of Johannesburg streets. You know you’ve always […]
We had a really cool launch for Marrying Black Girls For Guys Who Aren’t Black at the University of Johannesburg. Thanks to the UJ Library And Information Centre and MFBooks/Jacana, which jointly facilitated the launch. It was well attended by an intelligent, engaged and inquisitive young, black audience. This is […]
Mickey Smith is an Irish surf photographer, a “silent workhorse of the surfing world”, shooting in the rough, ice-cold waters on the west coast of Ireland. This is his tribute to his craft. “If I only scrape a living,” he says, “At least it’s a living worth scraping. If I […]