O’Neill x Monster Children
In 1952, a bearded, eyepatch-wearing man made a wetsuit. His name was Jack O’Neill. Sixty years later and his company is still slinging the most teched-out rubber. So, to celebrate this icon and his legacy, O’Neill asked Monster Children to curate a global innovation and art tour. After making its way around the world, the […]
In 1952, a bearded, eyepatch-wearing man made a wetsuit. His name was Jack O’Neill. Sixty years later and his company is still slinging the most teched-out rubber. So, to celebrate this icon and his legacy, O’Neill asked Monster Children to curate a global innovation and art tour. After making its way around the world, the show will culminate in a final showing at the Santa Cruz Cold Water Classic WT event. Featuring the art of Santa Cruz’s Thomas Campbell and Jim Phillips Jr., LA’s Geoff McFetridge, Auckland’s Liam Gerrard, Detroit’s Mark Penxa and Wellington’s Tim Chapman, the tour kicked off in Sydney last Thursday at Old Paramount Building. Naturally, LifeWithoutAndy were there to capture the moments of love and interest.
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