Posts Tagged 'France'

Kevin Lyons X DC Shoes Europe

When Kevin Lyons was invited by the brand DC Shoes to the French ski resort Meribel to customize a gondola, he chose an urban inspired brick design, that totally juxtaposed with the alpine surroundings. Once its ironic decoration was terminated,

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Kevin Lyons X DC Shoes Europe

When Kevin Lyons was invited by the brand DC Shoes to the French ski resort Meribel to customize a gondola, he chose an urban inspired brick design, that totally juxtaposed with the alpine surroundings. Once its ironic decoration was terminated,

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Bastien Duverdier : the French Dandy

Don’t be put off the title. I was, but when I finally got round to watching this, I realized it wasn’t just another addition to Youtube’s superfluous uploads but indeed a bloody good skate part.

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Bastien Duverdier : the French Dandy

Don’t be put off the title. I was, but when I finally got round to watching this, I realized it wasn’t just another addition to Youtube’s superfluous uploads but indeed a bloody good skate part.

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Home made tatts, tramps in straw hats and American cars

I recently spent two weeks filming a documentary in Venezuela and Brazil. Although the subject of the shoot remains confidential, I took advantage of the surroundings and my rencontres, trying to capture then the best I could with my newest

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Home made tatts, tramps in straw hats and American cars

I recently spent two weeks filming a documentary in Venezuela and Brazil. Although the subject of the shoot remains confidential, I took advantage of the surroundings and my rencontres, trying to capture then the best I could with my newest

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Fête des vendanges de Montmartre

The French love ‘fêtes’. Literally, they’ll ‘fête’ anything. If you’re lucky enough to share your first name with a Saint, the Catholic calendar will have already allocated an annual day of celebration to you and your fellow namesakes. Fêtes are

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Fête des vendanges de Montmartre

The French love ‘fêtes’. Literally, they’ll ‘fête’ anything. If you’re lucky enough to share your first name with a Saint, the Catholic calendar will have already allocated an annual day of celebration to you and your fellow namesakes. Fêtes are

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Quiksilver Pro

J’ai passé une semaine et demie à Hosségor pour le Quiksilver Pro pour le site anglais, Surf Dome. Pendant les journées ‘off’ j’ai interviewé les surfeurs du World Tour, John John Florence, Jordy Smith et Taj Burrow. C’était un break

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Quiksilver Pro

J’ai passé une semaine et demie à Hosségor pour le Quiksilver Pro pour le site anglais, Surf Dome. Pendant les journées ‘off’ j’ai interviewé les surfeurs du World Tour, John John Florence, Jordy Smith et Taj Burrow. C’était un break

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Interview for FAST AND FOOD with Anne-Flore Marxer

During my week-end stay at Anne-Flore’s place in Annecy, she took me to what she considers to be the ‘best ice-cream artisan in France,’ Glacière Perrière. I asked her a few questions, took a few photos and got the FAT interview published on the

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Interview for FAST AND FOOD with Anne-Flore Marxer

During my week-end stay at Anne-Flore’s place in Annecy, she took me to what she considers to be the ‘best ice-cream artisan in France,’ Glacière Perrière. I asked her a few questions, took a few photos and got the FAT interview published on the

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UNLEASHED WAKE MAGAZINE

Raynald Tanny is the Godfather of the French wake scene. Along with his friend Philip Sirech, they converted what was considered by many Gallic sportsmen as an adolescent hobby, into a respectable sport at an epoch when the nostalgia of

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UNLEASHED WAKE MAGAZINE

Raynald Tanny is the Godfather of the French wake scene. Along with his friend Philip Sirech, they converted what was considered by many Gallic sportsmen as an adolescent hobby, into a respectable sport at an epoch when the nostalgia of

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