For part 1 of "Craft Connections," Jack Coleman focuses his lens on Tyler Warren, who picks apart a playful cobblestone point with his trusty twin fin in tow. Board ridden: 5'3 Jah Fish Click the link to see our current inventory of Tyler Warrens. Music: Jazz Mix featuring Bob James Deodato, and Kenny Burrel
McTavish team rider, Christian “Wispy” Barker. Directed, shot and edited by Stefan José
Some footage of Devon Howard as he appeared in the 16mm film Free Jazz Vein by filmmaker Tim Ojeda.
Grain Surfboards has been crafting one-of-a-kind wooden surfboards from sustainably managed Maine forests since 2005. With an emphasis on quality and sincere commitment to sustainable practices, each board is made one at a time, by hand, to create a product that has a soul and tells a story.
Wyatt Daily is raising funds for Spoons: A Santa Barbara Story on Kickstarter! When Renny Yater & George Greenough innovated surfboards for one of the best waves on earth, they changed the course of surfing forever. Please help support Spoons on Kickstarter. Link here.
Will Allen digs into the personal vintage surfboard collection of Bing Surfboards head shaper Matt Calvani to ride some of the brands most noteable shapes out of the 60's and 70's.
A tribute to DIY shaping featuring Ryan Burch, Tyler Warren, Jared Mell, Andrew Doheny and Zack Flores. Surfer rallied some of their favorite surfers who make and ride their own sticks, put them in an improvised shaping bay together (a barn in Northern California) and documented them tearing into foam.
The Yater Apocalypse fin features the timeless simplicity, classic curves, and straight-forward functionality that Renny Yater is so well known for. A fin template that was as relevant 50 years ago as it is today, the design inherently complements so many aspects of longboarding.
Mollusk Surf Shop presents friendly lensman Jack Coleman and Troy Elmore's hand-built sleds in action.
Byron Bay style-master Torren Martyn is a pro surfer cut from a different cloth, and his seven-board quiver reflects his uniqueness. Ever since he stepped onto a twin fin a handful of years ago, he's been addicted to that twin-fin feeling and now his entire quiver is composed purely of twinnies.
Follow San Francisco artist Jeff Canham as he works in his studio, creates community projects, and prepares for his exhibition "The sea was angry that day my friends" opening Saturday, December 1st at the Mollusk Gallery in San Francisco, California. –– Video by Jeff den Broeder
Photographer and filmmaker Ben Moon always loved travel and adventure. But after beating colon cancer, he wanted a lifestyle that lent itself even more to being in the moment and connecting with people and nature.