We knew when we set out South To Sian we wanted to steer clear of crowds and clichés but it’s true that places might have crowds for a reason. We weren’t about to avoid some of the world’s best waves just because there’d be people there or someone had done it before us. Case in point, our second stop on the island hop was a wave that you’ve most likely heard of. It’s an incredible setup and no Indonesian surf trip could be complete without a visit to it.
To Those Who Attended & Those Who Couldn’t Make It, Thanks for joining us and for your support! It was a super exciting night to open up the ‘Werkshop’ and start my residency at the Deus Emporium Of Post Modern Activity in Venice, California. The night...Read more
Indonesia is a vast archipelago, over 17,500 islands and nearly 5500kms wide she requires cheap, fast and easy transportation to move her people. You don’t get a Nobel to guess that the motorcycle fits the criteria for most of her two hundred and seventy m...Read more
A hub of gasoline culture in Los Angeles, the intimate and hidden parking lot of the Deus Emporium in Venice Beach is always full of surprises. Great ideas are synonymous with great coffee, and in our adjacent cafe plans and themes were brewing for our nex...Read more