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LIKE THAT // LITMUS RE:VISION

Words: Demi Taylor Image: Droog79 On on Tuesday 22nd July, London Surf / Film Festival is hosting a very special night of Cult Surf Cinema bringing Andrew Kidmans iconic Litmus to the bring screen accompanied by the world Premiere of The Ripple Effect. In celebration Droog 79 has…

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MAKE // DO: CAMP STOVE HASH

Words and Images: Mat Arney Summer’s finally here!  For the next few months the light is green for living a more complete life outdoors – eating, sleeping and doing all of the fun stuff in-between out in the fresh air.  So, over the summer months,…

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JUNE MIXTAPE

The World Cup is upon us once more, bringing with it the sense of blind hope cut with the sharp edge of impending doom. To celebrate this season of sun and Samba, AL musical mix-master Marcus Healan has put together a selection of tunes to…

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Heimplanet

  I love camping – whether pitching a tent in a thunderstorm in southwest France, waking beneath a tarpaulin stretched from the tailgate of a 4X4 in the Arabian desert or setting camp by a secluded river in Dartmoor that sets the scene for a…

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Love Books // Mat Arney

The latest in our series of LOVE BOOKS, photographer, writer, maker, doer Mat Arney extols the virtues of the printed page and a fit to burst bookshelf… Words and Images: Mat Arney  Books are bloody wonderful. I’m sure that my bedroom presents somewhat of a…

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May Mixtape

Summer is almost upon us and as the Approaching Lines Festival is finally over, we have time to offer up our next Mixtape courtesy of AL Music Editor Mr Marcus Healan. Some soulful tunes blended with a little hip-hop and jazz, shaken and stirred to…

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Golden Bear

Crafted from British tanned leather using heritage techniques, a bespoke Golden Bear Belt is a real thing of beauty. Real and beautiful, they are the result of craft and graft, integrity and inspiration, artistry and the artisan. The buckles are hand cast in Devon, the hides…

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LOVE / BOOKS: Pete Robinson

Pete Robinson has an extensive knowledge of UK surf culture, a grasp of our rich history that few can match. He is the man who guided into existence the Museum of British Surfing in Braunton and boasts many rare and desirable books and magazines in…

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LOVE / BOOKS: Jamie Brisick

In the latest of our Love Books series we hear the top five recommendations from Jamie Brisick. Jamie is an ex-pro surfer turned author, wordsmith, filmmaker and photographer whose books include We Approach Our Martinis With Such High Expectations and Have Board Will Travel. His work…

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March Mixtape

Finally the Gods of wind and waves have conspired to throw some pumping groundswells our way, wafted by offshore breezes. Sandbanks bullied by incessantly furious storms have blossomed into artisans of reeling walls and tubular racetracks. AL’s very own vinyl alchemist Mr Marcus Healan has…

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