A moodboard of imagination and inspiration from around the world.
Via Michael Bargo
Les Lalanne, as they became known collectively, were one of the most dynamic, whimsical art couples of the 20th century.
THE MAGIC OF CUSCO
In Cusco, every corner tells a story and every story is captivating, mystical and intriguing.
THE LLAMAS OF PERU
Via Plan South America
Peru has almost become synonymous with llamas. Ancient people living in the Andes tamed llamas about 5,000 years ago. They were very important animals in the Inca culture.
Democratic Repiblic of Congo via Laëtitia KANDOLO
ST. VINCENT, 1965
THE FISHERMAN'S SON
Jeff Johnson, Ramón Navarro on land that now belongs to Fundación Punta de Lobos, 2015.
"This is the story of Ramón Alejandro Navarro Rojas, who rides the biggest surf on the planet to save the stunning Chilean coastline that is his home, Punta de Lobos.
Bred of nine generations of subsistence fishers and foragers, Ramon was raised to provide for his family through a deep understanding of the ocean. He has done that, however, in a way that his forefathers never imagined, by riding the biggest waves in the world.
Ramón, however, believes his accomplishments in giant surf are merely part of a much bigger vision. In stunning photos and through the voices of those who know him best and admire him most, this companion to Chris Malloy’s movie, The Fisherman’s Son, captures the spirit of this inspiring man who surfs to save the breaks and waters that he loves."
From the book "The fisherman's son"
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