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Matty Matheson | Welcome to the Family

"It is our honor that we announce Matty Matheson to our family of Advocates & Artists. The Balance of Opposites runs through everything RVCA does — deeply rooted in and passionate about the arts and active pursuits. From our Advocates to the Artist Network Program (ANP) we’re inspired by a culture of creativity. Our mission is to recognize and celebrate these Advocates through our platform. Welcome to the RVCA Family, Matty" - PM Tenore



Alex Matus | Shibuya Japan

November 2nd marked the opening reception of Personal Medicine, a solo exhibition by ANP Artist, Alex Matus . The show will continue to run until November 18th, at our flagship store in Shibuya, Tokyo.



Alex Knost | Long Commercial

Brown Microwave Television (Alex Knost surfboard shaping company) released a feature film, titled Long Commercial. Experience a 40 minute (heady) trip with Al through Baja. Video by Jimmy Jazz James


Alex Knost Bonzer | RVCA Surf

Alex Knost pays homage to The Campbell Bros and their revolutionary surfboard design, the Bonzer. The Bonzer was the first standardized tri-fin surfboard created in 1970 by Malcolm and Duncan Campbell. Over the past year, Knost's friendship with the Campbell Bro's has become a catalyst for several retrospective art exhibitions, exclusive clothing collections, and custom shaped boards. We are honored to commemorate the Campbell Brothers and their forward-thinking surfboard designs with this RVCA x Campbell Bros collection. View the full collection of trunks, tees & more here: RVCA X Campbell Brothers.




On the Edge of A Dream | Ellis Ericson

September 28 RVCA HQ hosted the premiere of Ellis Ericson & Andrew Kidman's surf film, On The Edge of A Dream. Ellis & Kidman have kicked off a USA premiere tour to celebrate the release of their new film. The project

For the past five years, Ellis Ericson and Andrew Kidman have been working with George Greenough on the modern evolution of his Edge Board design.

Ericson and Kidman are both shapers; the book and film chart their journey as they work with Greenough to personalise their own equipment with a design George have been toying around with since the late ‘60s.

Shot in Australia on the North Coast of New South Wales it features the original venues Lennox Head and Angourie where Greenough’s innovative Edge designs were tested in the early ‘70s.


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