Looking at recent celebrations by Y-3, Billionaire Boys Club and Vans Vault, it seems like 2003 was one of those memorable catalyst-type years. Starting a brand is tough, true, but starting a magazine is a completely different beast. Maybe, then, the title Monster Children was a reference to both the context and the perspective of the magazine. From its credit card birth 10 years ago, Monster Children has managed to keep an admirably cool and witty perspective on all things skateboarding, surfing, art and its intersections. The magazine is celebrating its 10-year anniversary in timeless style by releasing a new book: Ten Years of Monster Children Magazine. The book is a colorful, engaging and vast collection of photo editorials, in-depth interviews and essays from notables such as Mark Gonzales, Andy Jenkins, Ed Templeton and countless others. Of course, there’s also a lengthy collection of Page 33 photos. Pick up the Monster Children 10th anniversary book on the magazine’s website or at finer book stores worldwide now.