The Working Artisans Club
The Working Artisans' Club 2014 — In 1952, Jack O'Neill invented the wetsuit so that he could stay in the water longer. His simple ambition led to an extraordinary future, both for himself and the surfing world as a whole. The Working Artisans' Club is the next chapter in that story - a celebration of modern makers, artisans and innovative craftfolk that will culminate in exhibitions in Germany and London. Throughout the year we'll be profiling makers from across Europe in a series of short films on the website and articles in the magazine.
Written by: HUCK HQ