A quick flashback to our editorial by @thesunsetsessions featuring @torirayphotogtaphy and @elise_crigar / @_victoriamoronta
Our fill-in-friday series is a brief perspective into the lives of the random, whether it be designers like Nathan Bell (below) or illustrators, photographers, skaters, pretty much whoever will fill the damn thing out. Side by side, they amuse us, we hope they amuse you too.. click on the tag above to see all tha rest.
Who are you in 100 words or less.
Born in the…
Check out our interview with skate photog @chrissessions in the latest issue of the mag out now!
A project entitled ‘365 Postcards for Ants’ has sprung up by South African based artist Lorraine Loots who presents a charming collection of miniature paintings that’ll make your eyes squint. Each painting for ‘ants’ has 5 prints available for purchase so should you shell out the $27 USD plus shipping and handling you can rest assured that you’ll have one of 5…
This Friday is the third annual HI skate film showcase at the #dorisduketheater curated by @chocolatehaupia. Hope to see you there!
Last day of our second edition of #worldweek featuring The Philippines with stories about ass tattoos, voluntourism, street skaters/artists/photographers. Check it out on the website!
Photo x @kumukea
Homies of The Manifold, Boston Ska Band lead, Dave McWane gave us his impression of his brief tour in South East Asia.
My favorite thing about traveling to South East Asia, specifically Malaysia, Singapore, the Philippines and Indonesia were the attendees to the concerts. There is nothing like seeing a young lady in a berka, wearing a black leather studded jacket, a Stick Of It All t-shirt,…
New Jersey-based Fillipino artist Gregory Halili gets major points for pulling in the popular art icon of “cool”, the skull, in quite a different form– a shell. His carvings and intricate details on these mother of pearl shells are so damn beautiful I can only imagine the incredible detail that goes into these pieces. Once carved, Hailili paints the details with oil paints bringing them to life…
ISSUE 4: TOMORROW INTERVIEW
We love, Crist. He’s from the Philippines. WE are re-running this story for #WorldWeek and cause all of you who haven’t read it, well, you really should. He’s a fantastic artist! And we luh, him.
Name: Hello, my name is Crist Espiritu.
Age: I’m 32.
Hometown: Parañaque City, Philippines
Years in the field: Almost 10 years.
You’ve had 5 solo exhibitions. How do you…
Shot, edited, scored, and directed by: Idris Vicuña
Produced by: Adrian Calumpang
This months #WorldWeek is featuring the Philippines. Check out our stories so far.. A hilarious tattoo tale, the beauty of street photography, and checking in with #cristespiritu .. Errthang up on the website.
Photo x @kumukea
Tehran from yesterday’s shoot
Photography x @adamskijung
Makeup x @hvshi
Hair x @mexicandria
Styled x NC & @jasmancos
With the use of @gui108 fabulous #fordfalcon
Stay tuned for the next issue when this is released
For a rare glimpse into culture and streets, emotion, and life in general, we are so glad we found photographer Kurt Kamka for this month’s World Week in The Philippines. His work is so beautiful, reflective of the people, and a real capture for the human condition. From his strong use of black and white photography to the even more playful shots in color, Kamka really has a knack for making…
For our loyal readers and followers, you may recognize this name. Crist Espiritu. We featured Crist a long while back online and then again in our issue 4: Tomorrow. We loved his work so much and being that he’s a fellow Filipino, we felt the need to check back in with him and his work. And from the looks of things, he’s doing fantastic, muraling murals that are getting noticed– like exposure…
Friend of The Manifold, Jennifer Cavagnol rips out a few pages from her travel/volunteer journal in The Philippines to relive her experience and tell us how she got to “BOUGHT THIS ASS.” Read further to this addictive writers experience in the beautiful country of The Philippines for #WorldWeek and get inspired to do some volunteer work of your own.. Giving back is just as good as getting!