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Interview with artist Cory Arcangel. Photography by David Brandon Geeting for WAX Issue 5.

Photography by David Brandon Geeting.

Photography by David Brandon Geeting.

Photography by David Brandon Geeting.

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“Strange Encounters on Pleasure Beach,” photography by Rob Kulisek for WAX Issue 6.

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“Strange Encounters on Pleasure Beach,” photography by Rob Kulisek for WAX Issue 6.

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Surfboard shaper Kyle Albers, photography by Jenny Hueston for WAX Issue 6.

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“A Tel Aviv Outing,” photography by Dafy Hagai for WAX Issue 5.

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“Sun or Set,” photography by John Lehr for WAX Issue 4.

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Interview with artist Will Lamson for WAX Issue 3. Photography by Naho Kubota.

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Conversation with artists Danny Gordon and Garth Weiser, for WAX Issue 1. Photography by Mark Mahaney.

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In 2011, Wax Studios conceived of the idea for a surf, culture and contemporary art publication, entitled WAX Magazine, that explores the connections between creative practices, nature and surfing. Each issue explores a theme (e.g., Territories, Dialogues, Secrecy) compelling editorial content, from essays and interviews to photo stories and experimental art prompts. These themes provoke connections between the seemingly disparate worlds of art, nature and surf, allowing for an eclectic yet visually continuous read.

 

In each issue, Wax Studios works collaboratively with photographers and writers to create compelling profiles, interviews and visual stories of artists, surfers and their creative spaces. The photo stories are shaped around each artists personality and space, and the photographers point of view of that story. Wax Studios also commissions photo essays, often based on a location and an artists current body of work.

 

Available for purchase at readwax.com

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