High speeds, radical redirections, and purposive style. Jack Coleman brings us a new short featuring Robin Kegel. Another great video by filmmaker Jack Coleman.
A short film by Lockie Marley for McTavish Surfboards. "It's hard to believe it's been 50 years since I shaped my first really successful design: the Noosa '66. Although I'd been shaping since 1962, I mostly shaped what the bosses asked for." - Bob McTavish
Whether he’s in the water, in the shaping bay or meticulously producing his unique artwork, Tyler Warren is one who walks to the beat of his own drum.
“Ben is one of the few shapers who really knows how to carve a rocker on boards ranging from five feet to twelve feet long. In the age of computer shaping, that’s a dying art. I guess Ben was thrown in at the deep end when it comes to shaping, but he just took his time and steadily learned the skills.” – Bob McTavish
Ryan Burch testing new hand shaped designs in the South Pacific. Video and edit by filmmaker Erik Derman.
Another wonderful short video of the legendary Bob McTavish by the talented filmmaker Stefan José.
Longboarder Gilda Hariri passing by the lens of Bread & Butter somewhere in California.
Filmmaker Tin Ojeda is back at it again with his trailer for Free Jazz Vein. Featuring the riding and styling of Dane Peterson, Kassia Meador, Alex Knost, Trevor Gordon, Devon Howard and more.
Beau Young rides the Fountain of Youth. This board paddles like a longboard with the added advantage of throwing it around like a shortboard. Perfect for down the line points and punchy beach breaks as this board turns on a dime due to the refined pin tail.
This short film is the second of two featuring Dave Rastovich testing a Bing Sunfish model shaped by Matt Calvani of Bing Surfboards. In this film, Dave is riding a longer version of the Sunfish he rides in the first release. The longer Sunfish draws similar fish lines as the shorter version, but with better control in bigger waves.
Terasu strives to tell and present stories in ways that don’t fit neatly into the confines of traditional print. The stories we share are an extension of art and experience, as a way to create a community among people who share the same search for truth. This is a video about their book.
Let the good times roll! The Rhythm brand in East Coast Australia.