Manual Magazine

Category: Art

The North Face Showreel Photo Competition

By on Wednesday July 22 2015 in Art, News

Last week The North Face announced #TNFSNOWREEL, their new photography based competition. Park, pipe, slack-country or back-country – share your best shots from all sides of the mountain this season to be featured on The North Face Snowreel, and for a chance to win one… More ›

CONS Project: Gold Coast

By on Saturday July 18 2015 in Art, Skateboarding, Video

Last week, Cons Project Gold Coast took place at Miami Marketta on the Gold Coast. The weekend saw 15 participants take part in the two-day workshop ‘Make Your Own Skateboard Graphic’, run by Pass~Port Skateboards’ mastermind, Trent Evans. The wordshop focused on designing board graphics from sketchpad to skate… More ›

Sean Aickin’s New Website

By on Monday May 18 2015 in Art, News

Iggy Pop, Snoop Dogg and Kayne West are just a few of the heads that feature on Manual contributor, Sean Aickin’s new website. It’s pretty rad and we reckon you oughta check it out now. More ›

Seek The Unknown: Jake Darwen

By on Monday April 13 2015 in Art, Skateboarding, Video

Jake Darwen keeps reaching new heights as an internationally renowned skate photographer from little ol’ New Zealand, and with each of these new heights comes another well crafted video piece featuring the talented lensman. Be sure to check out his last video profile here. More ›

The Element Perspective: Jake Darwen

By on Wednesday February 25 2015 in Art, Skateboarding, Video

Jake Darwen’s done what most skate photographers could only dream of – after leaving his hometown (Auckland, NZ) a few years back with the hopes of shooting skateboarding full-time in Australia, he’s since made that a reality, and has even taken a leap on to the international stage where… More ›

KR3W “Rights Refused” with Charles Peterson

By on Tuesday February 10 2015 in Art, Video

Recently, courtesy of KREW, filmmaker Riley Blakeway visited prolific music photographer Charles Peterson in his Portland home. Together, they scoured through hundreds of negatives spanning Peterson’s time capturing the Seattle grunge scene. Influenced by the black and white street photography of the 60’s along with… More ›