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Tetsunori X Volcom capsule collection

Volcom is proud to collaborate with Japanese artist and musician, Tetsunori Tawaraya for a small capsule of tees, hats and a killer woven button up.

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Michael Sieben interviews Mason McFee for Locally Sourced
Mason McFee is an artist and designer in Austin, TX. Well-known for his love for making art and building with his own two hands, Mason works out of his backyard design studio on projects for Hello Maseman, his own design firm that he established in 2012 and Elmer Gomer, his custom embroidered patch company. Mason's work is currently being shown in the Austin-based group show, Locally Sourced, now open at the Volcom Garden in Austin, TX. The show's poster actually features one of his pieces of work and is also available on a limited edition tee as part of the Volcom Garden exclusives collection. I met Mason McFee when he was a student at the University of Texas at Austin in the early 2000s. He was a frequent visitor to the art gallery I co-owned at the time, Camp Fig. One afternoon he stopped by the art space, we chatted for a bit, and then he gave me a package filled with his graphic-design work, a portfolio of sorts. I was stoked on the samples, but I had no idea what to do with them. I was broke as hell and certainly couldn't afford to hire him to do anything. Nevertheless, I was really impressed by his proactive attitude. In hindsight, maybe he was trying to get a show? If that was the end goal, he's reached it—approximately 15 years later. Mason was at the top of my list when I started thinking about artists to participate in the "Locally Sourced" show at the Volcom Garden. I've had the pleasure of watching Mason grow from a young, quiet student into an older (still quiet) contemporary of mine. I've drooled over some of the freelance clients he's picked up and have watched his work develop, grow, and become something really stripped down and beautiful. It was a no-brainer to ask him to create a design for the show's flyer, which also became a limited-edition t-shirt only available at The Garden here online on I could go on and on about how much I respect Mason, but I thought it might be cool to get some words from the man himself. Here's a quick interview I conducted with him yesterday: Michael Sieben: So, Mason, keeps you in Austin? What do you love about the creative community here? Mason McFee: My solid crew of friends and family that live nearby definitely keep me here. There’s a bit of humility to working in the arts here in Austin. It ain't easy! MS: Your work, to me, exudes a sense of childlike imagination. Do you try to tap into that mind space when you're making art or am I off base here? MM: I don't necessarily try to tap into any space, but I think stylistically I like to work in a raw and unfinished method. MS: The graphic you did for this first show at The Garden, does it have any specific meaning or is it just graphic exploration/experimentation? MM: The graphic for The Garden was inspired by cactus in my backyard. I do a lot of loose drawings and this was one of them. Mason McFee's artwork from the "Locally Sourced" art show alongside a reissue of Michael Sieben first Volcom Featured Artist graphic are inaugural releases in Volcom's new series of monthly drops for the Volcom Garden exclusives collection. MS: How did you get into making patches and doing embroidery? MM: I wanted to learn to sew the edges of hand painted patches I was working on. I eventually just started using the sewing machine to draw and kept trying to get better at it. MS: If you were to curate a show at The Garden, who would you like to include? MM: Maya Hayuk. MS: What are you currently working on that you're excited about? MM: I've got a collaboration coming up with a vintage-clothing company here in Austin that will be a step into more wearable goods, other than t-shirts, of course :) MS: What's your advice to the younger creatives out there? MM: Keep on trucking. A few patches Mason made special for the Volcom Garden. See more Mason's work by giving him a follow on Instagram at @mase_man and @elmergomer.
Hello, my name is Michael Sieben
I've been a Featured Artist for Volcom for the past 13 years. My first graphic was printed in 2004, the same year I got hired by Thrasher magazine as a contributing writer and illustrator. In hindsight, '04 freaking ruled. This January, I was hired by Volcom to serve as their Global Art Curator. Part of these duties include curating the Volcom Garden, a new art space at 1209 E. 6th Street in Austin, TX. I have over eight years experience running commercial galleries in Austin. I co-owned Camp Fig, a shotgun gallery space on West 5th Street, back in the early 2000s. More recently, I co-owned Okay Mountain gallery (2006-2012). We had two physical locations: one just off Cesar Chavez and one on it. I'm stoked to once again have the opportunity to curate shows for my city, showcasing local work as well as bringing in art from across the U.S. and hopefully from an international pool once we're more established. The first show, which just opened on April 21st and run until May 21st, is titled "Locally Sourced" and it's comprised of all Austin-based artists. My goal was to fill the space with tons of friends and let my immediate creative circle know that there was a new space in town that can serve as a free creative hub in which to congregate. The show consists of 24 artists (including myself) and the opening reception was the largest event I've ever helped plan. Over 800 people came through the space over the course of five hours. Tim Kerr and Jerry Hagins (Up Around the Sun) performed music inside the gallery and Residual Kid closed out the night with an outside performance. It was an awesome way to introduce The Garden to the Austin community. To celebrate the launch of The Garden and my new role with Volcom, we have reissued my very first t-shirt graphic, "Your Recommended Daily Allowance of Awesomeness". Originally, the graphic had a large front print with a small back print, but we updated the placement and the new version has the main graphic on the back with a small type treatment over the pocket area of the shirt. Different but the same. This shirt is only available (in very limited quantities) in The Garden and online at as part of the Volcom Garden exclusives collection. You won't see it in any other shops, period. Limited qualities available of the Michael Sieben Volcom Garden exclusive reissue tee Next month at The Garden we're bringing in Jeff Soto for a print retrospective. If you're unfamiliar with the name, Google: Jeff Soto art. Yeah, that guy. More info soon. In the meantime, thanks for taking the time to read these words and I hope to someday see you at The Volcom Garden. I'll give you a high five or a low one—your choice. Then we can talk about cool crap. It'll be awesome. Photo by Sandy Carson Michael Sieben is also the managing editor of Thrasher magazine, a monthly columnist with Juxtapoz magazine, owns his own skate brand, Program Skates, and is in chronic need of a haircut. See more at or giving him a follow on Instagram at @sieben_up.
Volcom Garden Now Open In Austin, Texas
The Volcom Garden is a one-of-a-kind retail boutique, a full-time art gallery and live music venue with backline and recording capabilities. Soon, it will also be home to a unique skate-able landscape in the expansive backyard. The gallery will be curated by skate-art legend and Austin resident Michael Sieben who also heads up Volcom's art program worldwide. In addition, The Garden serves as the physical embodiment of Volcom's "True To This" mantra by providing a free creative hub for the local scene with an emphasis on both regional and global creators, makers, musicians, artists and anyone that needs an outlet to express their passion. Check out the exclusive Volcom Garden collection, only available at the Volcom Garden an online at Yep, that's an organ on the wall. Lights and all Tenderly referred to as the giving tree. Peep that exclusive Volcom Garden merch in the background. Check out the exclusive Volcom Garden tees featuring original artwork by Mason McFee and a reissue of Michael Sieben's first Volcom Featured Artist tee. The Volcom Garden is located at 1209 East 6th Street in Austin, Texas. If you're local why not stop by the opening reception of Locally Sourced, a Austin-based art show on April 21st or anytime after that until May 21st.
Tetsunori Tawaraya Collaborates with Volcom on Capsule Collection
It all started on a Volcom design field trip to Tokyo in August 2015. Random explorations led the crew to a vintage boutique called Birth Death, where one of our designers came across a killer 'zine. Unfortunately, that particular one wasn’t for sale. But its raw, original style made an impression, so upon returning to Costa Mesa, the crew found the 'zine online and bought a copy. As it turned out, the mysterious figure behind this intriguing piece of handmade printed matter was artist and musician Tetsunori Tawaraya. With a bit of research, the design team tracked him down, connected, and started working out plans for a collaboration. While hailing from Japan, Tetsunori has roots in Southern California, having lived in San Diego in the late 90's and early 00's, a move he made following the life changing experience of seeing The Locust live on their first Japanese tour. It was while living in San Diego that Tetsunori began drawing people's portraits on the streets and playing in the bands Dmonstrations and 2UP, which naturally led him down the path of punk flyers that he made to promote his and other local bands shows in San Diego. During that time in San Diego Tetsunori continued drawing comics, his first love since growing up in Japan, setting up shop at punk shows to sell his handcrafted handbound Xerox'd comics 'zines - many of which were reprinted and made available again in 2015 in a 400 page tomb entitled Tetsupendium Tawarapedia. The book is unfortunately sold out, but Tetsunori still continues to make his comic 'zines, and was kind enough to make 60 limited edition 'zines that are available as a free gift with the purchase of any piece from the Tetsunori capsule collection on (enter the code TETSUNORI at checkout). Now back living in Japan and still playing in 2UP as well as a new project called Hangaku, Tetsunori continues drawing comics, flyers and the occasional album art commission (see Thee Oh Sees' 2015 release Mutilator Defeated At Last) and lately has been bringing his 2d creations into the 3d world with series of dolls. In March of 2016, on their next trip to Japan, the Volcom design team was finally able to meet Tetsunori in person. Check out his scene, his studio. He showed them the Volcom X Tetsunori artwork in progress and then they all went out for a night of live music in Shinjuku. After the artwork was completed and the details of the capsule collection were sorted, the design team took one more trip to Tokyo, this time to hand deliver samples of the finished product to Testunori. He was stoked. And we are, too. This stuff kills. Shop it here.
Volcom’s new Gallery-Venue-Retail space in Austin, TX is home to the 2017 Fader Fort
The Volcom Garden is Volcom’s newest venture in the world of music and art. Signing a long-term lease on the thriving East Side of Austin, TX, Volcom has doubled down on its commitment to creative liberation. The Volcom Garden, located at 1209 East 6th Street, will feature a full-time art gallery, curated by skate-art legend and Austin resident Michael Sieben, an indoor stage with backline and recording capabilities, a one-of-a-kind boutique and a skate-able feature in the expansive backyard. The Garden will serve as a creative hub for the local scene with an emphasis on both regional and global creativity and will facilitate regular art shows and music events. Having already played host to Australian street artist Anthony Lister's only 2016 U.S. appearance in November, the Volcom Garden this week will be turned over to our friends at Fader to house their world-renowned and influential Fader Fort during the 2017 SXSW Music Festival. "We've always been a fan of The Fader Fort's approach to curating a diverse mix of music and creativity," says Mike Aho, Volcom's Global Creative Director, who is also an Austin resident. "We're honored to have Fader as our first big event." While entrance to the Fader Fort is invite-only, select performances will be streamed online at "Volcom has a long history of supporting people who are passionate about what they do. The Volcom Garden is a long-term commitment to showcasing and supporting people's creative energy, whatever that might be," says Volcom EVP of Global Marketing, Ryan Immegart. The Volcom Garden takes its name from the brand’s iconic 1994 film The Garden. Stay tuned for future Volcom Garden event announcements by signing up for our email list. /* Email Sign Up Styling */ .cms-page-subscribe label {display: block;} .cms-page-subscribe .inputTextContainer {background-color: white; padding-left: 26px; display: block; max-width: 466px; margin: 0 auto;} .cms-page-subscribe .inputTextContainer .icon-mail {position: relative; width: 20px; height: 20px; color: #717272; display: inline-block;position: absolute; left: 0px; top: 0; } .cms-page-subscribe .inputTextContainer .icon-mail:before { font-size: 60px; position: absolute; top: -7px; left: -24px; } .cms-page-subscribe .inputTextContainer .js-icon-input::before { top: -3px; } .cms-page-subscribeHeads { color: #000; font-family: "itc_avant_garde_gothic_ltbold", Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 18px; font-weight:bold; margin-bottom: 10px; margin-top: 15px; } .cms-page-subscribe-chk .checkbox_container div.checkbox, .cms-page-subscribe-chk .checkbox_container { border: 1px solid #717171; background: #fdfdfd; border-radius: 2px; cursor: pointer; } .cms-page-subscribe-chk .checkbox_container div.checkbox.selected, .cms-page-subscribe-chk .checkbox_container { position: relative; width: 45px; height: 45px; color: #00853b; display: inline-block;} .cms-page-subscribe-chk .checkbox_container { color: #303030; padding-bottom: 5px; *zoom: 1; } .cms-page-subscribe-chk .checkbox_container .checkbox, .cms-page-subscribe-chk .checkbox_container .radio { float: left; margin: 0 10px 0 0; } .cms-page-subscribe-chk .checkbox_container .subscribed-label { overflow: hidden; padding: 5px 0 0 0; } .cms-page-subscribe-chk .checkbox_container label { display: block; } .cms-page-subscribe-chk .checkbox_container a { color: #303030; } .cms-page-subscribe-chk .checkbox_container:before, .cms-page-subscribe-chk .checkbox_container:after { content: " "; display: table; } .cms-page-subscribe-chk .checkbox_container:after { clear: both; } .cms-page-subscribe-chk .checkbox_container div.checkbox.selected:before, .cms-page-subscribe-chk .checkbox_container { content: '\e81c'; font-family: 'volcom-icon-font'; } .cms-page-subscribe-chk .checkbox_container div.checkbox.selected:before, .cms-page-subscribe-chk .checkbox_container { font-size: 60px; position: absolute; top: -17px; left: -8px } .cms-page-subscribe-chk-label { font-family: "Proxima Nova Regular", "Helvetica Neue", Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size: 11px; overflow: hidden; padding: 5px 0 0 0; } .cms-page-subscribe-success { color: #000; font-family: "itc_avant_garde_gothic_ltbold", Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 18px; font-weight:bold; margin: 20px auto; text-align:center; } .enter { margin: 10px auto; padding: 3px 85px 4px; background-color:#801b1b; } .validation-advice { color: #ff0000; font-weight: bold; } #subscribe p {margin-bottom: 0;} Subscribe
Anthony Lister Through the lens of Dustin Dollin
Back in November we handed Dustin Dollin a camera while we were in Austin, Texas for the launch of the Volcom X Lister Collection to capture his escapades with friend, and world renowned street artist, Anthony Lister as they embarked on a trip from the launch party in Austin, to the Sound on Sound Music Festival and the Anthony Lister Art Experience in Mexico City. The eleven minute edit above documents their travels as they make their way south through the perspective of Dustin Dollin. So what is it like to travel with Dollin and Lister? Watch the video above to find out and click the images below for recaps of each event! Dustin Filming While Lister get's ready for the Volcom X Lister party at the Volcom Garden in Austin, TX Photo: Arto Saari Lister live painting at the Sound on Sound Music Festival Photo: Daniel Cabral Lister live drawing in Mexico City