To coincide with the release of Orwellian World Landscape’s second chapter of ‘Villagers‘ we’ve published the print article online for your viewing pleasure! With words by Al Hodgson and photography by master lensman James Griffiths. Get stuck in below! If you’d like to see Villagers article in physical form you can grab a copy of Vague issue 27 here. As a supplement to these camp trip ‘Villagers’ projects, O.W.L have a limited number of enamel camping mugs still available on their store here and their new range of VX1000 accessories have just released through Theories of Atlantis here and will be dropping via Palomino imminently for UK orders here!
Words by: Al Hodgson
Photography by: James Griffiths
Following on from our first ‘Villagers’ excursion, through Devon and Cornwall to the furthest points both west and south in the UK, it seemed a natural next step to head east for the second; journeying throughout the East Anglian counties of Suffolk, Norfolk and Cambridgeshire to Britain’s most easterly location of Ness Point in Lowestoft.
Although not quite the ‘East Coast spots’ our Philadelphia aficionado Harrison might have been hoping for, this pilgrimage had us hitting a variety of the historic region’s skateable and not-so-skateable sites, from Brutalist sea walls and WW2 defences to tiled transitions and 1800s brickwork.
Big thanks to Vlad (Kalynin) and Brendan (Watson) for hosting us while we were in their neck of the woods, to Griff as always for shooting, and to the crew for another great time in the outdoors. See you on the next one!
O.W.L – Villagers: Chapter #2 (East Anglia)