Joe Hodniki Vimeo Time-lapse of Vimeo xgames booth
Thu, Feb 9 2012 09:06
Go Joe Go! http://www.sharingthestoke.com
The Sea Is My Brother
Sat, Feb 4 2012 09:07
New piece by local artist Cheryl Sorg titled The Sea, 29" x 24", paper with acid-free adhesive on engineering vellum.
Cheryl uses clipping from magazines and books to make her work.
This original collaged piece is an homage to her two loves - literature and the sea - and the connection between the two. There is much beautiful blue ocean imagery, as well as snippets of poetry and literary titles from works whose themes revolve around the sea.
You can buy it at:
14 Year Old Surfer Saves a Life
Wed, Feb 1 2012 11:24
This is my friend Logan Foster. I lived next door to him when he was born. One of the coolest kids I had every known right from the get go. I know his dad well and I know he is one proud man right now. Good on you Logan. From grom to super hero!
Peahi Paddle In's.
Thu, Jan 19 2012 09:29
I got this email with commentary from my friend Eric Wells on Maui.
Here are a few shots his buddy Brian Parris took...
Artist - Designer - Typographer - Inspiration - Katherine Hall
Sun, Jan 8 2012 09:02
I'm a big fan of Katherine Hall's work. Check her out.
"DRAWING LINES WITH PENS AND PINTAILS
This is a space where Katherine Hall's collection of surf-inspired line drawings and hand type is collected, sorted and published for your viewing pleasure."
Say Hello to Your Local Sustainable Surfboard Material
Wed, Jan 4 2012 12:29
There is something about the Agave plant that intrigues me. It has a simple beauty and design. It is also an organic example of how surfboards get there strength. If you cut the Agave stalk up you would see how it has a super soft center and a super hard shell. That design is exactly how the modern surfboard is constructed. It is pretty cool how shapers like Gary Linden and Eli Mirandon have picked up on that and started to make functional high performance boards out of them. Not just wall hanging art, although they are worthy.
In terms of sustainability, it seems to be a pretty good material seeing that only when the plant has died is when it's wood is good to use. That and it grows wild just about everywhere in SoCal.
Hey, Mr. or Ms. Agave plant, live your life to the fullest and when you are done we'll take you out and get barreled on you. Are you cool with that? Shaka!
Here is such example, Eli riding an Agave board that he made with his own two hands and, well, took it out one day to get a few. (Leashless, no wetsuit on a winter day no less. I'm still blown away by this)
LOST & FOUND SCREENING SATURDAY JANUARY 14 7PM
Fri, Dec 30 2011 07:23
Mick Waters + Rasta + Seth Pettersen = Stoke
Wed, Dec 28 2011 11:19
Wed, Dec 21 2011 09:08
One of my favorite lines in the whole movie....
"It's amazing to me, in this day and age you can get a piece of professional equipment that is is still handmade. They don't make handmade tennis rackets, they don't hand make footballs. Right? So, but you can get a handmade surfboard. That's fantastic."
Glenn Henning Surfer/Activist founder of the Surfrider Foundation
from Manufacturing Stoke
Win An *enjoy handplane and water filming session - Hurry time is running out.
Tue, Dec 20 2011 08:44
The crew at misfit pictures can think of no other place to celebrate the holidays except deep inside the barrel and we couldn't agree more. So we teamed up with misfit to create a limited pressing of 100 MANUFACTURING STOKE DVDs and inside one of these somebody will find THE GOLDEN TICKET.
One lucky ticket holder will receive an *enjoy handplane and a complimentary water filming session to record the stoke on your face...forever.
Probably be easiest to film in San Diego but misfits like to travel.
DVDs ARE ONLY $15 and are available at www.manufacturingstoke.com
Last time we checked there are only 42 left... Pierce will update the count daily on his facebook page.
Mexico needs your help!
Sun, Dec 18 2011 09:20
Our friends at Quality Peoples are working on a very cool project in collaboration with Hand Me Ups (http://handmeups.org/) and PEACE (http://peacemexico.org). Hand Me Ups is raising $7500 to go down to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico (where Ed Fladung of QualityPeoples.com lives) to help rehabilitate PEACE's community center, which sorely needs it. You might recognize PEACE, as Quality Peoples donate a portion of their profits to them. They are a non-profit organization that provides all kinds of education and services to the communities in the Puerto Vallarta area.
Hand Me Ups' fundraiser project is set up with a bunch of awesome pledge levels (similar to Kickstarter). Quality Peoples is donating a limited edition collaboration tshirt they created with Hand Me Ups and they are also donating two designs from their Spring Summer 12 collection which isn’t out in stores yet. Cast of Vices (http://castofvices.com) and Fresh Words (http://freshwordsmarket.com) are also donating items and the higher pledge levels have some great items as well.
Check out a video about introducing the project here:
Check it out. If you would like to help they would greatly appreciate.
It's out! Download Come Hell or High Water from TSN!
Fri, Dec 16 2011 04:06
Oh my, I have been waiting for this one. Starting today you can download Come Hell Or High Water from The Surf Network! Download, watch, enjoy, and enjoy and enjoy...
Big Wednesday - Behind the scenes.
Thu, Dec 15 2011 10:48
For those of you who are surf big movie buffs like me you can appreciate this little sneak peak into the making of Big Wednesday. Now Big Wednesday was one of my all time favorites films. If you have never seen it watch it on Netflix. I hadn't seen it since I was a kid and when I watched it again recently I was amazed at how good it still was. Dan Merkel, famed surfing photographer from Surfing Magazine was the principle water cinematographer for the movie. I believe that is him on the left. They had some serious talent work on that film. This little gem was found on Doug Walker's Lost and Found Collection site. Enjoy.
Holiday Art Sale
Wed, Dec 14 2011 08:52
It's that time of year again. Once a year Rodrigo opens his studio to the community to celebrate art and clear some inventory. If you have been eyeing his art all year and haven't pulled the trigger now is the time to buy. It only happens once a year but when it does you will get deals. Even if you aren't interested in buying art, if you have never been to his studio you should go just to look around. It's a one of a kind place that is truly Leucadia. See flyer below for details.
A Day in the Shaping Bay With Gerry Lopez
Mon, Dec 12 2011 07:11
From our friend Doug Walker at The Lost and Found Collection.
Holiday Art Sale Dec 10th and 11th
Thu, Dec 8 2011 08:33