Wasted Talent Vol. XI + WT Tote Bag + "Dark Hollow" Photo Book

Wasted Talent Magazine Volume XI & Tote Bag + "Dark Hollow" Photo Book.

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Wasted Talent Magazine Vol. XI & Tote Bag + "Dark Hollow" Photo Book

The Magazine

Wasted TalentVOLUME XI

Featuring

Dion Agius, Julie Betrix, Erwin Bliss, Shane Borland, Taj Burrow, Ryan Callinan, Parker Coffin, Noa Deane, Joshe Faulkner, Michael February, Jack Freestone, Brendon Gibbens, Aimée Gillingwater, Anna Gudauskas, James Henry, Shaun Manners, Gearóid Mcdaid, Mobina and Melika Nazari, Luana Silva, Chris Burkard, Rémy Taveira & Jackson Whitefield

In

Annecy, Berlin, Cape Town, Cornwall, Jeffrey's Bay, King Island, Lofoten, Lyon, Namibia, New South Wales, Paris, Santa Barbara, Sayulita, The Algarve & Yallingup

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The Photo Book

The Book

The Dark Hollow book is a cumulative collection of still photography documenting the journey of Dark Hollow, featuring imagery from Tasmania, mainland Australia and Indonesia. In an increasingly digital world, a tangible, physical celebration of surfing.

Photography by Nick GreenJohn Respondek and Dion Agius. Featuring Dion Agius, Craig Anderson and Chippa Wilson.

We will be donating a % of profits from all book sales to the Bob Brown foundation.

Details

Printed on FSC paper, in Spain. 296 pages, Hardcover Bound.

Limited to 1500 copies worldwide

More than 250 pages strong

Measurements:  31 cm x 23 cm

About Wasted Talent

Wasted Talent was born on a late summer’s evening in the South West of France. A conversation after the flowing of the vinos that habitually doth flow in this part of the world. A conversation born out of frustration of the lack of innovation in the surf and skate scenes across Europe. The need for a common space for brands and products that we believed in. Put simply, you need clothes and accessories you can wear from the beach to the bar and beyond and not look like a total kook in the process. Quite the opposite in fact. We made a magazine and a store and we hope you like it. Click for more Wasted Talent


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