Cascadia’s Bigfoot Country treated Trevor Gordon to nothing but fun waves and pleasurable camping experiences. That was before a close encounter with none other than the mythical Bigfoot himself.
Jack Coleman’s latest movie, shot entirely on Super 8, took a full year to complete. With surfing from Australia, Hawaii, New Zealand, Mexico, and California.
We’re big fans of surfer/artist Trevor Gordon and of people who take to the road for adventure. This presentation is Part 1 of a series.
The Shaper Series by Anastasia Petukhova documents the craft of surfboard-making, providing an in depth look at an inspiring and rarely-seen process that is steeped in love and care, part science and art, precision and feeling, and of course, passion and hard work. More images after the jump. [click to continue]
Forty years on from the release of the Australian surfing and counter culture epic, Morning of the Earth, director Alby Falzon teams up with indie filmmaker, Andrew Kidman to produce the sequel, Spirit of Akasha. Written and produced by Kirk Docker and Jed Smith.
Tyler Hatzikian is not only a master craftsman, doing his own designing, hand shaping and glassing, but is also an incredible talent on the water. Whether charging double-overhead waves at his homebreak or stepping to the nose on some shoulder high sliders, Tyler’s many abilities cannot be denied.
Wonderful film by Clément Maillet featuring Clovis Donizetti at Villa Belza on a Robin Kegel The Cuillère 9’7 noserider. Enjoy.