New DGZ tee’s

We released a new DGZ Tee this week, the ‘Mutant Shaka’. Comes in Burgundy (Maroon) colourway with a butter bone chest print for all you mutant surfie heads out there, go get your ‘Double Shakas’ on.

And the ‘Milo man’ tee is back! In Black only of course (so Milo man don’t get so dirty…)

All tees are 100% cotton blah blah pre-shrunk blah blah blah. Limited run blah blah. Go get some before they all sell out! Art work by Skip James.

$59.00 nz
Available through our online store
National & international shipping may apply.

Desillusion / Road to Nowhere

How good is getting things in the mail !? every couple months we receive a parcel thats come all the way from the shores of Hossegor, France, thanks to our buddies at Desillusion magazine.

The latest issue 44, has a great article ‘Road to Nowhere’ by Tomas Hein.
The above clip was put together by Tomas for Desillusion. For more head on over to Desillusion & get your copy.

halves #6 / dead enzed

The Sixth edition of Halves (DeadEnZed) is the result of seven days in NZ with Noa Deane and Jay Davies. Fast food, fast sunglasses and fast surfing. A lot of Kms covered, a lot of Waikato’s drunk and a lot of bets laid at the TAB. To check out the video from the ‘DeadEnZed’ trip, click here.

Halves is a free online zine put together by DGZ.

Half the format (Digital)
Half the page count (56 pgs)
Half the words & Half the price… (No wait it’s even more than 1/2 the price its free!)

DGZ x shark week camera

You know the best thing about the days when people used to shoot film? Photos were precious. Photos weren’t wasted on shots of your coffee that’s for sure. You had to wait ‘til the roll was finished and by the time you got them developed you’d totally forgotten what was on there; it was magical when you finally got them in your hands. It didn’t matter how shit they were, your mum would still put them in an album, and the worst haircut of your life was documented forever.

We’ve teamed up with Shark Week to produce this ultra high-tech camera. What do you mean it’s not high-tech? Things got a flash bro! Sure it’s disposable, but the memories you print will last forever. Get one free when you subscribe to DGZ .

The Christmas gift that keeps on giving, 4 times a year!

Subscribe to DGZ for only $47 NZD

Click here to subscribe now.


Liam Finn took a trip to Byron Bay recently where an empty beachside La Casa became his home for the following week. The house, fully equipped with everything a musical genius could ever think of, has turned Liam’s solo madness into creative song writing.
“a bit of solo madness… definitely indulged in the inner child…” -Liam

Check out more of Liam’s music here.
For more from the La Casa Artist Residency visit