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Tetsunori X Volcom capsule collection

Volcom is proud to collaborate with Japanese artist and musician, Tetsunori Tawaraya for a small capsule of tees, hats and a killer woven button up.

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Volcom and PangeaSeed Foundation Team Up to Generate Environmental Awareness Through Art and Activism
Volcom is proud to announce a partnership with the PangeaSeed Foundation, an international collective of artists and activists whose mission is to harnesses the power of art, science, and creativity to generate awareness and effect positive change surrounding global ocean environmental issues. Their mission aligns perfectly with Volcom’s sustainability efforts and overall approach, so teaming up created an opportunity to reach even more people who care about our oceans! The collaboration kicks off for Fall '17 with a collection of graphic tees and a custom recycled PET boardshort featuring the work of two female artists: Bay Area artist Lauren YS and Australian street artist Vexta. Both artists have created murals for PangeaSeed’s groundbreaking Sea Walls: Artists for Oceans program, which places large-scale, ocean-themed murals in coastal cities around the globe, with supporting festivals that promote local environmental education programming. Shop PangeaSeed X Volcom Collection PangeaSeed x Volcom Collection The Volcom X PangeaSeed Collection now brings that art to everyone while also supporting the outreach efforts of the foundation. “We’re excited to launch the new product range with Volcom,” says PangeaSeed founder, Tré Packard. "To be able to collaborate with a brand that shares similar passions for the arts and the environmental preservation is exciting.” Packard will be field-testing the Vexta Boardshort this summer while shark tagging in Mexico and Japan. The collection includes a tee design by Lauren YS featuring an infinity symbol of entangled octopi. From Vexta, there’s a tee design featuring a mermaid and a shark, as well as a men’s boardshort featuring the colorful print pattern derived from the mermaid. All pieces feature custom co-branding and are available at volcom.com. This collection features the work of an artivist and is intended to inspire positive change in our ocean and environment. A portion of proceeds from this product will go toward PangeaSeed's mission of using street art to inspire thought and stimulate dialogue around the world. PangeaSeed Founder, Tré Packard   The Artists Behind The Collection VEXTA Vexta is a self-taught street artist from Sydney, Australia with a bohemian heritage. Her bold and extravagant artworks have invaded our visual landscape from Melbourne to Mexico and everywhere in between. She is a nomad of our modern times, viewing the world through her psychedelic kaleidoscope. Currently based in Brooklyn, NY, Vexta spreads her vision across the continents and countries, studios and streets, balancing exhibitions, commissions and creative ventures alike. She has exhibited extensively across Australia, Europe, and North America, including The National Gallery of Australia and has her work held in numerous public, academic and private collections globally. See more of Vexta's art at www.vexta.com.au LAUREN YS Lauren YS is a Bay Area artist whose work is influenced by multiple stages of focus, both geographically and in practice. With dynamic bouts in academics, literature and writing, teaching, illustration, and animation leading up to her arrival in the street art world, the influences of these phases of her own career add up to a robust style of murals and fine art. Lauren’s work aims to create and populate a misfit wonderland in which imaginary heroines can address the absurdities of reality in the confines of a page or a wall. Dreams and mythology add to the myriad of influences that stem from her upbringing in Colorado and her time spent at Stanford, writing for Juxtapoz, working at DreamWorks, and teaching english to high schoolers at San Francisco’s 826 Valencia. Check out more of her work at www.laurenys.com ABOUT PANGEASEED FOUNDATION: PangeaSeed Foundation is an international non-profit organization acting at the intersection of culture and environmentalism to further the conservation of our oceans. PangeaSeed Foundation aims to empower individuals and communities to create meaningful environmental change for oceans through ARTivism, education, and science. PangeaSeed Foundation is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt non-profit organization. ABOUT SEA WALLS: ARTISTS FOR OCEANS: Sea Walls: Artists for Oceans is a groundbreaking public art project created by PangeaSeed Foundation and supporting artists to help bring the beauty and the plight of the world’s oceans to the streets around the world. Collaborating with internationally renowned artists, large-scale murals and sculpture focus on pressing issues such as overfishing, plastics and pollution, global climate change, and habitat loss.
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The Irrational Pursuit, The Exploration Of "This"
What connects a ballet dancer and a skateboarder? A musician and snowboarder? Dive deeper with us as we journey into the 'True To This' mindset, exploring what it means to let go and let the irrational pursuit of your passion take over. Featuring the most diverse compilation of Volcom ambassadors ever assembled in a short film since the inception of the brand, these influential and legendary Volcom family members pull back the curtain and get real about that special place they all go to in their head and what it takes to get there. No matter if you're skater, surfer, snowboarder, maker, activist, techie, foodie, entrepreneur or inventing something entirely new, it's impossible to deny the vast parallels of life when they are led by the same internal force… passion.
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Sustained Harmony Opening at The Volcom Garden
On Thursday, June 29, The Volcom Garden in Austin, TX, hosted its third art show, Sustained Harmony featuring new works by legendary skate-graphic artist Don Pendleton and Austin local (and general badass) Mike Combs. With a new four-foot mini ramp in the backyard courtesy of Ryan Corrigan, a No Comply skate shop best-trick contest went down on the three-foot vert extension. Jeff Rasp took home the title and grabbed a $300 Volcom gift certificate, along with product from No Comply and Program Skateboards. In addition to the art and the shredding, tunes were supplied by Austin bands Growl and Good Field. Stoke levels were high all night, and The Garden has only just begun to grow. Stay tuned to future events via @volcomstudio and get ready for some upcoming awesomeness! Don Pendleton's installation before the show started. Check out Don's limited-edition tee designed exclusively for the event, and the rest of the Volcom Garden Collection only available at The Volcom Garden and online at volcom.com! Don Pendleton Volcom Garden Artist Series Tee Don Pendleton's wall. Don Pendleton and Volcom Garden Curator, Michael Sieben, discussing who the heck knows!? The evolution of the high-five? Don's wearing his limited-edition tee. Get it now before we run out! Art gazing at the Mike Combs wall. Check out more of Mike Combs work on his Instagram @comberton   New four-foot mini ramp in the backyard is ready to shred! Special thanks to Ryan Corrigan for getting it up. Don Pendleton surrounded us with his iconic art on the walls. Local Austin band Growl kicked the evening off with some rad tunes!   Keep up with future events by texting GARDEN to VOLCOM to receive text message updates! The Garden is located at 1209 E. 6th St. in Austin, TX, and is open 7 days a week.
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#ThisFirst ...Make Your Passion Your Paycheck
We're searching the Earth, looking for 15 people who are ready to make their passion their paycheck. 15 people who are ready to say, "F@%k That. This First." So what's your "This"? That one thing more than anything in your life that you are passionate about doing and would love to be able to make your full-time gig. Tell us by entering Volcom's #ThisFirst contest for the chance to win the opportunity to get paid by Volcom while you spend six weeks focusing on your "this". Applying is easy; we've thrown out the traditional job application and replaced it with one simple question, "What's your 'This' and what would it mean to you to put #ThisFirst?". Starting today, you can choose to submit your application with either a video or photo in a comment on our Facebook post or by making a new video or photo post with a caption to your Instagram (don't forget those hashtags); visit the ThisFirst contest page for further details and which is also where you can enter your submission directly to us. Why choose between doing what you love and doing what pays? Let Volcom give you that extra push to prioritize your passion. But don't wait, applications are only being accepted through June 21, 2017. Contest Closed NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Open only to legal residents of the following countries: the United States and Canada (excluding Quebec); France, Germany, Spain and the United Kingdom; Australia and New Zealand; Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Mexico, Panama, Peru and Uruguay; Japan; China, Hong Kong, Philippines, Taiwan and Thailand, who are 16 years of age or older as of date of entry. Starts 12:00 AM ET on June 8, 2017 and ends 11:59 PM ET on June 21, 2017. The Volcom #ThisFirst Contest is sponsored by Volcom LLC. Void where prohibited/restricted by law. For complete details, see Official Rules at www.Volcom.com/ThisFirst.
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Jeff Soto Print Retrospective at The Volcom Garden
POTATOSTAMP 15 YEARS OF POSTERS BY JEFF SOTO Words by Michael Sieben, curator at The Volcom Garden I've been a fan of Jeff Soto's artwork since the early 2000s, and I've always wanted to work with him on a project. When The Volcom Garden opened in Austin, it seemed like the perfect opportunity to reach out, invite him to Texas and showcase some of his art (God willing). I knew that Jeff had designed screenprints for most of his professional career, so I pitched the idea of a print show, and, to my surprise, he was totally receptive to the idea. What initially started as a best-of concept turned into a comprehensive retrospective of every print Jeff has designed over the past 15 years, since 2002 when he graduated from art school. Not only was this Jeff's first major exhibition in Texas, but it was the first time all of his prints had been shown in their entirety. For a curator, this is dream territory. Check out the exclusive Volcom Garden collection, only available at The Volcom Garden an online at volcom.com! We teamed up with Industry Print Shop in Austin to produce two new prints specifically for the event: a limited-edition signed/numbered fine-art print, and a limited-edition gig poster for the gallery itself. Both are available through The Garden. Hit us up @volcomstudio on Instagram. We'll sort you out. This is a photo of Jeff signing the fine-art print to prove to you that he's not actually an art robot sent from the future. I assure you, he's a real man of flesh and blood. I even heard him pee. He's legit. I know this alienates the online audience, but without physically being in the space and looking at the prints in person there's really not a good way to understand how detailed and amazing Jeff's work is. I present to you this close-up image of one of his prints so you can get a glimpse into the precision of his work. Jeff is a wizard. A goddam warlock. His art skills kill dragons (bad dragons). He'd make a good president, all things considered. 15 years of Jeff Soto prints During the opening we also printed some hecka limited-edition Soto/Volcom/Garden split-fountain tees. Don't even bother looking for these on eBay. They gone, man. I'd like to thank Jeff for coming out to Texas and sharing his print collection with us. I'd also like to thank everybody that came out to celebrate this amazing body of work with us. The show will remain up until the 18th of June, so swing by if you can make it to Austin in time. If not, there's always the next show. We ain't going nowhere! See more of Jeff's work at jeffsoto.com and follow him on Instagram @JeffSotoArt! Keep up with happenings at The Volcom Garden on Instagram @VolcomStudio.   The Volcom Garden is located at 1209 East 6th Street in Austin, Texas. Store hours are Monday - Friday, 10am - 8pm.
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Michael Sieben interviews Mason McFee for Locally Sourced
Mason McFee is an artist and designer in Austin, TX. Well-known for his love for making art and building with his own two hands, Mason works out of his backyard design studio on projects for Hello Maseman, his own design firm that he established in 2012 and Elmer Gomer, his custom embroidered patch company. Mason's work is currently being shown in the Austin-based group show, Locally Sourced, now open at the Volcom Garden in Austin, TX. The show's poster actually features one of his pieces of work and is also available on a limited edition tee as part of the Volcom Garden exclusives collection. I met Mason McFee when he was a student at the University of Texas at Austin in the early 2000s. He was a frequent visitor to the art gallery I co-owned at the time, Camp Fig. One afternoon he stopped by the art space, we chatted for a bit, and then he gave me a package filled with his graphic-design work, a portfolio of sorts. I was stoked on the samples, but I had no idea what to do with them. I was broke as hell and certainly couldn't afford to hire him to do anything. Nevertheless, I was really impressed by his proactive attitude. In hindsight, maybe he was trying to get a show? If that was the end goal, he's reached it—approximately 15 years later. Mason was at the top of my list when I started thinking about artists to participate in the "Locally Sourced" show at the Volcom Garden. I've had the pleasure of watching Mason grow from a young, quiet student into an older (still quiet) contemporary of mine. I've drooled over some of the freelance clients he's picked up and have watched his work develop, grow, and become something really stripped down and beautiful. It was a no-brainer to ask him to create a design for the show's flyer, which also became a limited-edition t-shirt only available at The Garden here online on volcom.com. I could go on and on about how much I respect Mason, but I thought it might be cool to get some words from the man himself. Here's a quick interview I conducted with him yesterday: Michael Sieben: So, Mason, keeps you in Austin? What do you love about the creative community here? Mason McFee: My solid crew of friends and family that live nearby definitely keep me here. There’s a bit of humility to working in the arts here in Austin. It ain't easy! MS: Your work, to me, exudes a sense of childlike imagination. Do you try to tap into that mind space when you're making art or am I off base here? MM: I don't necessarily try to tap into any space, but I think stylistically I like to work in a raw and unfinished method. MS: The graphic you did for this first show at The Garden, does it have any specific meaning or is it just graphic exploration/experimentation? MM: The graphic for The Garden was inspired by cactus in my backyard. I do a lot of loose drawings and this was one of them. Mason McFee's artwork from the "Locally Sourced" art show alongside a reissue of Michael Sieben first Volcom Featured Artist graphic are inaugural releases in Volcom's new series of monthly drops for the Volcom Garden exclusives collection. MS: How did you get into making patches and doing embroidery? MM: I wanted to learn to sew the edges of hand painted patches I was working on. I eventually just started using the sewing machine to draw and kept trying to get better at it. MS: If you were to curate a show at The Garden, who would you like to include? MM: Maya Hayuk. MS: What are you currently working on that you're excited about? MM: I've got a collaboration coming up with a vintage-clothing company here in Austin that will be a step into more wearable goods, other than t-shirts, of course :) MS: What's your advice to the younger creatives out there? MM: Keep on trucking. A few patches Mason made special for the Volcom Garden. See more Mason's work by giving him a follow on Instagram at @mase_man and @elmergomer.