Ed Lewis and Kipp Denslow are the masterminds behind Enjoy Handplanes. Together, they create handplanes that are made from foam to the same exacting standards as a surfboard. The benefit is that each handplane is built from recycled materials and finished with earth-friendly resins. We spoke with Ed to learn more. [click to continue]
Nice poster designed by our friend, Skye Walker for the San Diego Surf Film Festival.
Whitecaps. A film by Cameron Oden. From the filmmaker: “Inspired by the texture of the ocean nearly every afternoon; in this beautiful town we live in.” Film: Cameron Oden / Jack Belli, Edit: Oden. (via Almond Surfboards)
Matt Cuddihy for Deus Ex Machina. Film and Edit: Andrew Gough
The classic surf vehicle by Jay Golien. Find out more about Slider Magazine here.
From Tristan Mausse, : “Sacre Bleu is a documentary film which calls the best glassers, shapers, artists, and photographers around the world to tell their story. It is also a travelogue which traces the 8 months of my experience going to work in workshops throughout the world as a glasser. Starting with Australia and California, Canada, Nicaragua, Costa Rica. I am currently filming the movie, the release is not expected before summer 2012.” Sounds like our kind of movie.
The Surfing Heritage Foundation is proud to present “The Innovations of Hobie Alter Exhibit.” Saturday, April 28, 2012, 5–9 p.m. Only current members of SHF are invited to the special opening night reception. Join today!
Ellis Ericson out on one of Tyler Warren’s ‘Bar Of Soap’ that he shaped at the Temple of Enthusiasm. Film by Deus Ex Machina. (via Glide Surf Co.)