Mr Stuart Hammond describes this one better than I can:
57 Poland Street, London, Thursday December 4th, 2014: following the huge success of a series of remarkably enthusiastic late-night conversations about skateboarding, photography and life, skateboarding and photography lifers Mike O’Meally, Daniel ‘Snowy’ Kinloch, Paddy Jones and Blondey McCoy are proud to show their work together for the first time ever. ‘Hogmoney’ will hang for one night only, in the hallowed space of the Long Live Southbank campaign’s onetime Soho H.Q. A cohesive series of affectionate images of friends and family, the show is a celebration of happy times with loved ones. O’Meally, Kinloch, Jones and McCoy’s selection features never-before-seen pictures from the notorious Palace Bunny Tour of 2013 and portraits of such enigmatic living ledges of skate culture as Femi Bukunola, Dino Da Silva, Shawn Powers and Gabriel ‘Nugget’ Pluckrose, alongside shit like Bondey’s Lebanese grandparents chilling at home. It is supremely happy-making.
Framed prints will be available exclusively on the night alongside a limited run of prints available to order. A HOGMONEY zine with all the photos from the show and some other ones will be on sale. There will be a shitload of free booze.