Max Olijnyk

Posts tagged: published work

Treetops piece for Vice

Any street skater who’s visited Wellington will know and love Treetops. A handful of ledges on a crusty carpark on a hill above Newtown has evolved into a super-smooth, ever-changing DIY spot that is regulated and cared for by a dedicated bunch of locals.

Behind the scenes at Weta for Vice

‘…when the chance to write a behind-the-scenes Weta story came my way I put my hand up, no questions asked. When it turned into a press junket to promote the upcoming 20th Century Fox feature War for the Planet of the Apes I was fine with it. And when they booked me into a…

What else? with Jesse Noonan for Acclaim

In What else? I interview some of my favourite skaters about what they do when they’re not riding their skateboard. My next subject is skate coach Jesse Noonan.

What else? with Caeylen Norris for Acclaim

In What else? I interview some of my favourite skaters about what they do when they’re not riding their skateboard. My first subject is Melbourne’s Caeylen Norris.

Life on a Japanese Indigo Farm for Acclaim

Flying Nun’s Roger Shepherd interview for Smith Journal

Camping with Ken on Vice

Acclaim issue 36 out now

I was the guest editor for the latest (and greatest) issue of Acclaim magazine. There’s so much good stuff in there!

Cindy Sherman interview for Vice

I was lucky enough to meet one of the greatest artists alive, and interview her for Vice.

NYABF Dispatches for Supply Store

An interview with Illegal Civilization’s Mikey Alfred

A Very Loving Taxonomy Of ABC’s ‘The Late Show’