Shot by Neil Bedford and 'bubbled' by Glenn Kitson, this Baracuta editorial was our homage to early 90s British youth. #youth
Here now in all its glory, Palace Skateboards editorial shot by Ewen Spencer. Apart from the Palace gear, we also shot Stone Island, Patagonia, Paul and Shark and 6876
For their 40th anniversary, Timberland have asked the Rig Out to collaborate on its LTD project by creating a film, a magazine (and online magazine
We were asked to create a series of images for the brand, Converse for their collaboration with premium menswear designer, Nigel Cabourn.
We shot this out in Brooklyn for Hypebeast magazine using only Margiela product and our models collection of vintage hats.
This is the teaser and first calling shot of the most ambitious project The Rig Out has attempted yet. Still a work in progress, watch this space.
Celebrated creative agency Mother asked the Rig Out to help produce a one-off football magazine to celebrate the 2012 European Championships. Rather than go for a mainstream feel we called in the best writers the underground football fanzine scene.
For the relaunch of Baracuta, WP Lavori asked The Rig Out to help with a number of projects. We worked on a brand book, a film and a launch party at Italy's most prestigious menswear show, Pitti Uomo.
Mogwai once again returned to provide this film with an accompanying soundtrack. The concept for this was a heady mix of experience, strength and hope. We mixed cinematography and anime to create a stirring story of one mans quest to overcome his past and face his demons.
This film was shot in Morocco and centred on a brand we've loved for years - Clarks Originals. They asked us to collaborate on a special Rig Out film where the premise was based around the idea of a journey back to the desert to search for something that has been lost.
This was a short film collaboration between the Rig Out and Woolrich Woolen Mills, with Mogwai again providing the perfect soundtrack. A journey of the soul, this was shot in Norway's arctic north. James Bowthorpe was depicted riding into a crescendo of light and oncoming traffic.