On Sunday, activists took to the streets of Lisbon to demonstrate against unaffordable rent hikes and widescale evictions.
Despite most clubs in the city being whitewashed and shuttered with harsher licenses, a host of rebel collectives are fighting back.
With reports of police brutality and rising racism, the country is getting ready to fight.
The Azores – nine lush, untouched islands located off the coast of Portugal – are seen as some of the world’s most ‘sustainable destinations.’ We head there to find out why.
We meet five organisations who are shaking up the system: challenging police brutality, rising rents and the country’s pro-colonialist sentiments.
Ross Clarke-Jones starred in one of the high points of schlock '80s surf culture. Thirty years on, Mad Wax is being re-issued in a Quiksilver capsule collection.
After Garrett McNamara rode that world-record breaking 90ft wave, Praia De Norte became a global spectacle; the new home of big wave surfing. But when the the waves became a source of revenue the way of life in this town had to change.
Artist, photographer and filmmaker Andrew Kidman steps back and takes a look at where surf filmmaking is at today.
Angered by the environmental chaos on their doorsteps, artists turn to their craft to vent their frustrations.
Pro Alex Botelho takes on the icy waves at top Portuguese spots Coxos and Superturbos.
In our last dispatch from Sagres Surf Culture festival, artist Gemeniano Cruz shares his ocean inspired illustrations.
Filmmakers Mário and Pedro Patrocínio explore Angola’s Kuduro cultural movement.