Aug 13, 2012 6:01PM

Oyster Visions: Ksubi, Yimmy Yayo, Ryan Kenny, Billy Kidd, Luis Venegas

Here are five of our favourite photo contributions from our 100th issue (on sale now).

Yimmy Yayo is a blogging enigma with an enviable moustache.

Ryan Kenny was an 18-year-old boy from Adelaide when he first walked into the Oyster office. He is now living the dream in Sydney.

Ksubi have a reputation for being the "bad boys of Australian fashion" (seriously, we just found that on Google), but they were very prompt in meeting their deadline for this issue.

Billy Kidd is a photographer who was born in Panama City, Florida but grew up in Phoenix, Arizona after his parents made a failed attempt at driving to the West Coast through Death Valley. He now lives in NYC, far from any sort of desert whatsoever.

Luis Venegas is a publishing polymath. He is the Editor/Publisher/Creative Director of cult pop-culture publications Fanzine 137 and Candy.

Oyster #100 is on sale now and it includes all 100 contributions, including these gems.


New Indigenous Art Show Celebrates The Next Generation [Interview]

Artist Noni Cragg x Desert Designs' Caroline Sundt-Wels in conversation.


John Kilar's New Orleans

Snapshots from the South.


Copy Cat Halloween: The Most Stylish Killers In Film

OhLike's guide to classy, killer costumes.


Dark Glass — Boys In The Kimberly [Gallery]

Shot by Douglas Lance Gibson.


Bossed Up: Models As Bad Ass Female Musicians ♀

Photographer Natalia Parsonson pays tribute to the Goddesses of pop, rock and soul.


Travel Interview: Morepork's Tasmanian Adventure

In conversation with the Adventure Handbook's Luke Byrne.


Karen Walker Eyewear's Retrospective Collection

Celebrating the label's tenth birthday.


Malawi Style Is Better Than Your Style

Photos by Kent Andreasen.


Exclusive: Emma Mulholland AW15 'Cry Birdy'

Australiana meets Cry Baby.


ELKE SS14 'AMBROSIA' Collection

Greedy Goddesses and divine mayhem.