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Europe's best barrel rider

The Italian Wave Break

Desillusion Magazine’s editor-in-chief Sebastien Zanella followed Leo from Hawaii to Roma to gain insight into his remarkable adolescence.

Skiing the Andes With Man's Best Friend

Viewfinder: Sun Dog

The latest entry in DPS Skis' Shadow Campaign short film series highlights some extraordinary skiing, beautiful scenery and the deep relationship between a man and his best friend.

Light, After 40 Days of Night

Viewfinder: Return of the Sun

Ice and darkness: winters in Ilulissat, a coastal city in northwestern Greenland, are unfathomably severe. After 40 straight days of darkness, the Inuits welcome the sun.

A Scottish Adventure

Seeking the Right To Roam

The Freedom to Roam, unburdened of fences and posted signs, angry landowners and angrier guard dogs, is a shared dream among adventurers. Scotland codified it in 2003. Within guidelines for respectful use, recreational or educational, that means any Joe Scot can bring a backpack, a tent, a friend and a six pack and saunter cross-country, going where they please among the nation's 30,000 square miles -- many of them unpopulated, all of them free of any major predators besides the biting midges that emerge during the summer months. This sounded romanticized. So we set out to test it.

The same old magic

Viewfinder: Portrait of a Letterpress Printer

In 1955, letterpress printing was a "father-son affair", according to letterpress printer and instructor William Amer. While the centuries-old technology has largely been replaced, Amer still maintains a space for the old-school metal giants.

Embrace interruptions

Viewfinder: Tony Anderson

In many work environments, people undervalue human interaction; some even view it as a distraction. This short documentary follows composer Tony Anderson, who is drawn out of working in complete isolation by a longtime friend.