Working with the cutting-edge of today’s professional surfers, photographer Andrew Schoener proves capable of extrapolating great style and real substance from the often commercial setting in which he operates. His images exhibit a sharp sense for the full gamut of surfing styles, from a kooky parallel stance to the most progressive, pirouetting aerials, as well as an awareness of those quieter moments above the roar and hyperbole. For more of Andrew’s work, visit his website.
This Friday is a one-day Mollusk online sale. Shop online starting midnight PST 11/29. Look for the code in your inbox!
Fresh batch of Ampal Hats arrived at the Venice shop.....Come by and get your head flair on!
To travel is to discover, to look upon a place for the first time with eyes anew, much like a child might view the world, with a sense of awe and wonderment. For many photographers, the camera is the perfect accompaniment to travel, or even a reason to travel in and of itself. Dylan Gordon's images capture his roving both home and abroad, framing the everyday as extraordinary. For more of Dylan's work, visit his website.
Mollusk Movies presents a new short by Jack Coleman. Surfers, Dave Rastovich and Chris Del Moro revel in the simple joy of mat-riding, at one of Australia's most famed point breaks, Lennox Head, a wave synonymous with the forefather of mat-surfing — and so much more — George Greenough.
All photographs by Jack Coleman
A Quiksilver staffer and world traveler, Morgan Maassen has amassed an extensive portfolio showcasing the depth and breadth of surfing culture. His images are comparable to a surfing memory — pinnacle moments saved in crystalline clarity, then swirling and blurring to the edges of recall.
For more of Morgan's work, visit his website.
The Venice shop just got a nice selection of Captain Fin single fins in stock. Stop by and pick one up!