Inspiration - Fritz Henle "Mr. Rollei"

Fritz Henle  was a German-born photographer, known as "Mr. Rollei" for his use of the 2.25" square format film used in the Rolleiflex camera. Called, "the last classic freelance photographer" by photohistorian, Helmut Gernsheim, he had a career spanning more than 60 years, during which he amassed an archive of more than 110,000 negatives, representing images of Europe, India, Japan, Hawai, the United States, Mexico, and the Caribbean .

Desillusion Magazine

After producing since 2002, 65 print magazine & 30 documentaries, Desillusion become a 260 pages coffee table book, ad free, accompanied by a series of short-film exclusively showcasing every week on DSLmag.com. At the crossroads of two opposite worlds, the street & the beach, Desillusion pay a tribute of the youth & a subculture raised on a surf and/or skateboard. Thanks to it’s incisive content, « Avant garde » aesthetic & innovative stories growing by a community of artists, photographers, writers, designers & adventurers, Desillusion have taken us inside the minds of the brightest young talent and most influential heroes of a lifestyle. So, if you love to have your feet on a board, and your eyes open on everything, it's a safe bet, that you will love being a part of the Desillusion world’s.