Sacré Nobi

Sacré Nobi has 644 articles published.

Monsieur Oyster

Off


via nowness.com

Joël Dupuch’s billet-doux to the lusty mollusk

“Eating oysters is like kissing the sea on the lips,” the French poet Léon-Paul Fargue once wrote. In his ode to the aphrodisiacal mollusk, creative director Sergio Penzo traveled to the Arcachon coast in south-west France to capture the working day of famed sixth-generation oyster farmer and actor Joël Dupuch.
Read the rest of this article @ NOWNESS »

Shipstern Bluff Wipeout Reel

Off


via vimeo.com

Just be thankful this isn’t you. Unless, in fact, one of the barbarian faceplants belongs to you and your skid plate of a mug, then please let us know that you are alive.

Shipstern Bluff Wipeout Reel

Kelly Slater Creates the Perfect Wave

Off

Surfing just changed forever.

In the wake of the Surf Snowdonia waterpark — home to the world’s longest man-made wave — comes the creation of 11-time World Surf League Champion, Kelly Slater. As the culmination of a decade-long project to create the most perfect surf wave, the LA-based Kelly Slater Wave Company recently tested out its wave machine with the man taking the honor of riding its first wave, which certainly looked mathematically perfect on the surface.
Read the rest of this article @ Hypebeast »

Swan 115

Off
Swan 115

Swan 115

Swan 115

via klatmagazine.com | photos ©

In the world of sailing, Swan yachts are called “the Rolls Royce of the sea.” Many of their owners regard them as works of art (“my Picasso”), not just because of their cost, between fifteen and twenty million euros, but also and above all for their uniqueness. The latest project of the Finnish yard, run since 1998 by Leonardo Ferragamo, is the 115-footer, designed by German Frérs. The first boat to touch the water (of the four built so far) was Solleone, owned by the Italian businessman.
Read the rest of this article @ Klatmagazine »

Collectors: Eugenio López Alonso

Off


via nowness.com

Photographer Jim Goldberg shows us around the home of Latin America’s most prominent contemporary art collector

Born into a bottled fruit juice empire, Eugenio López Alonso changed the meaning of the family business forever when, starting in the 1990s, his Jumex collection revitalized the contemporary art scene in Mexico City.
Read the rest of this article @ NOWNESS »

Land of Nothingness

Off
Land of Nothingness

Land of Nothingness

Land of Nothingness

Land of Nothingness

via ignant.de | Photos © Maroesjka Lavigne

For the series ‘Land of Nothingness‘, Belgian photographer Maroesjka Lavigne traveled to Namibia where she captured serene photographs of its vast landscape. The calm atmosphere in the images is dominated by pale hues of the desert and spotted with wildlife. At the same time, Lavigne seems to explore the themes of solitude and slowness in her photographs.
Read the rest of this article @ iGNANT »