This Thursday the 22nd of March, House of Vans London presents the launch of Wasted Talent Vol.2, a print and digital skate and surf publication created last year by Wasted Talent Agency who will be celebrating the second issue with free booze and indoor concrete sessions. Peep the video teaser below then click on the flyer to be taken through to the event page on House of Vans’ website and scroll further for more info on the publication!
Get down from 7pm onwards for boozy tunnel fun.
Featuring Dane Reynolds, Leo Valls, Samuel Norgren, Frances Berry, Lee-Ann Curren, Phil Zwijsen, Chippa Wilson, Brendon Gibbens, Evan Mock, Axel Cruysberghs, Christian Fletcher, Mikey February, Cut Copy, Noah Lane, Beyrick De Vries, Balaram Stack, Andrew Doheny, William Aliotti, Mauro Diaz and more.
Wasted Talent Magazine is a new European printed and digital surf/skate-inspired magazine based in Hossegor, France.
Presented by the creative minds behind Wasted Talent Agency, the first printed edition of the mag dropped in June last year; now, it’s finally time for much awaited Volume 2 and House of Vans are throwing a party to celebrate.
Come hang out, peep the new mag & have a few beers on the house.
WASTED TALENT- VOLUME 2: LAUNCH PARTY
Free | Open to Walk in
“Print is dead. Long live print.
Since Vol I we said we’d make another magazine; we hinted at a date 6 months ago, but deadlines are there to be broken and here we are. Breaking deadlines by means of driving a steamroller through promised date lines then gingerly stepping over it. So we’re sorry. But not really that sorry, as we’ve had a blast making this. Filmers crying and fearing for their lives in South Africa, setting fire to bicycles in Copenhagen (they don’t burn). Secret points in Mexico, the Western Seaboard of Canada, touring Europe for Kai’s latest film. Barcelona. Amsterdam. Touring Europe for no other reason than we love it and it gets us in so much trouble and trouble is nor friend nor foe, but always a companion. Nearly quit. Fell in love with it again and carried on to the rooftops of New York and the gutters of Milan. Spent time in our little corner of France with a variety of crew and serving ourselves a delicious reminder that it truly is an amazing place and we wouldn’t swap it for the world. Or the US Open.”