Episode two of Shacks & Shakaz brings us to Europe where Alex treks through Portugal sampling a few fun looking point and reef set-ups, then on to France for some thumping beach break action, all to the wonderful tune of The Smiths. Presented by RPM and Dragon with film & edit cred going to Guy Macindoe… Enjoy!
Oh and for those of you that are new to the series check out part one below from the Mentawais!
At the beginning of this month we had a fairly serious bit of swell energy hit the East Coast… For the most part it was a frustrating shuffle trying to get the best of small windows up and down the East Coast of the North Island. However plenty of places had their moments, some were just amazing. This is a roundup from six lense-men who were on the hunt!
Ricardo has been spending time getting his shred on in Indonesia between contests, this is a spicy little edit… We say more Ric please!
Our senior photographer Hamish Mathieson AKA Rambo Estrada delivers us this wonderful portfolio of work that will surely spark the travel and adventure bug in everyone.
In the Spring 2014 issue of DGZ we take a retrospective look into the photography of Warren Hawke from the 70s through until the 90s. The insightful words of Dave Rastovich and the photography of Thomas Campbell take us on an journey through Morocco for ‘Fried and the glide’. We interview Gisborne’s Johnny Hicks about travel, life and his beloved hometown of Gizzy. Auckland Band Cool Runnings give us a colourful interview and our feature artist this issue is the talented Kyle Boonzaier aka ‘Cairo Bean’. Derrick Disney and Bryce Young visit our shores on strange looking boards, as well as department features with Maz Quinn, Erin Forsyth, Damea Dorsey, Husni Ridhwan, Strange Babes, Sean Kettle and Daryn Mcbride.
A very tidy edition to your coffee table.
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Shacks and Shakaz is a new three part web series starring NZ’s Alex Dive, presented by RPM and Dragon. Episode one journeys to the Mentawai Islands which is enough said really…Yes the waves were very good!
Keep an eye out for episode two coming soon from Europe