Issue 2, WAX Magazine

Given the cold and windy weeks we’ve already had this year, it’s easy to associate serious surfing with the west coast. How excited were we to come across WAX, a magazine devoted to the “intersection of art, culture and surfing in and around New York City?”

One of Harmony’s bloggers, Aerial is a WAX cofounder and we’ve kept up with it since its launch last Spring with a first issue organized around the theme of Dialogs in Spring 2012. In a world where even established magazines are folding, WAX has proven that New York is ready and excited to support its surfing community. Just a year later, having already received a shout out in a New York Times Fashion and Style post, WAX is a welcomed new independent zine that’s sure to blow up.

Check out WAX’s Vimeo trailer Issue 2, themed STRUCTURES:

Look for WAX in New York at:

McNally Jackson
Spoonbill & Sugartown
PS1 bookstore
Project No. 8
Marlow & Sons
Love, Adorned
SALT Surf

Kathleen

Kathleen

Kathleen is Brooklyn-based writer who works in research, poetry and music.

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