Barry McGee | Men in Transition

Barry and crew just recently got back from a short stint down the East Coast of Australia from Noosa to Sydney, finishing the trip with a show at the Monster Children HQ. Check out the full 'Men in Transition' feature, up now on Monster Children.

Josh Harmony Giveaway

Sylve Colless || Aurelia

RVCA is glad to support Sylve Colless in her upcoming photography exhibition at Slow Culture gallery in Los Angeles. Opening night is June 4th from 7-10pm. See you there!

Slow Culture
943 N Hill St
Los Angeles, CA 90012

Aaron Rose | The Conversation

Introducing the Conversation, a new gallery space in Berlin, Germany from RVCA Advocate Aaron Rose and Berlin-based gallerist Johann Haehling von Lanzenauer. About the Conversation:

The Conversation is a project founded by Los Angeles-based artist/curator Aaron Rose and Berlin-based gallerist Johann Haehling von Lanzenauer. A new cultural space, where projects in all mediums can come to fruition through a diverse and talented international group of creative individuals. More a think tank than a gallery, it cultivates an exchange of ideas that happen in a three-dimensional context. The Conversation is a place where artists come together to make sense of the world. A 21st century venue for conversation.

'You Should Have Been There'

RVCA is glad to support 'You Should Have Been There' -- An all women's photography show/ zine release with work by a handful of female artists in the Los Angeles area. Show opens this Saturday, May 21st from 7-11pm at Kingswell in LA. See you there!

4651 Kingswell Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90027

Mahina Alexander | Inspired By...

Mahina Alexander, Photographed on the North Shore of Oahu by Andrea Dosouto. Mahina on what inspires her:

"From day one RVCA has felt like family to me. To me the RVCA brand and my personality feel one in the same. I want to explore, travel, and live… comfortably. The RVCA brand is just that. It’s for the explorers, the adventurers and the lovers of life. My life revolves around family and friends they are the ones who inspire me. My siblings, cousins, god son, etc.. inspire me the most because they remind me that we are all just kids at heart and that life is fun if you let go of your pride and your ego, you’re left with passion and FUN. None of us greater than the other.

I love reading and writing. I love to learn. Another one of my biggest inspirations is Bob Marley. He said “don’t gain the world and lose your soul.. wisdom is better than silver or gold” I don’t think anyone could have said that better. Last winter when we all came together on the north shore for winter, I felt like a kid. The place I had grown up in was new again because I was looking at it through the eyes of people who had never seen it before. Showing them around my home and diving with sharks gave me some amazing memories. I will never forget the feeling of selflessness I felt being beneath the ocean miles off shore with people I barely knew and a few sharks swimming below us to remind us that we are one in the same. It’s the recurring times like these with RVCA that inspire me, give me purpose, and make me feel so lucky to be apart of the RVCA family."

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