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Monday, September 30, 2013

Uppercut deluxe x Thomas AUS

Uppercut deluxe x Thomas AUS port of call DRAFT PREVIEW from Andrew Gough on Vimeo.

- Glassing

- more surfing footage

Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Southsiders present: Wheels & Waves | Second Edition

Southsiders present: Wheels & Waves - second edition from Douglas Guillot on Vimeo.
The official video of the second edition of the Wheels & Waves.

Why did we bring together motorcycles and surfing for a second event ?
A question that we are often being asked.
The answer lies in the notion of freedom that is drawn from these two disciplines - and the resulting danger and adrenaline that are two significant and common reactions.
"Riding" is addictive, we are in need of this vital energy.
Wheels and Waves is a unique opportunity for us to gather and share our passions in a stunning region and environment.
We've loved making and living this event, the story is far from over as we imagine new surprises for the next edition.

See you soon!

pourquoi avoir tenté d'associer pour la deuxième fois les motos et le surf ?
c'est une question qui nous est régulièrement posée. La réponse réside dans la notion de liberté
qui se dégage de ces deux disciplines, la mise en danger et l'adrénaline qui en découle sont deux aspects
communs non négligables. Rider est addictif. nous avons besoin de cette énergie vitale.
Wheels and Waves est une occasion unique de nous retrouver et de partager nos passions dans un cadre et une région facinante.
Nous avons aimé construire et vivre cet événement, l'aventure est loin d'être terminée, nous nous devons d'imaginer une suite
toujours plus surprenante, A bientôt!

Vincent prat

Shot & edited: Douglas Guillot

Music: The KVB - I Only See The Lights
Magnetix - I Drink - But My Guitar Doesn't

Sunday, September 22, 2013

Matix Mexico

Matix Mexico from Matix Clothing on Vimeo.
Turkey & JJ head down to Baja.


Suspension from Mike Adno on Vimeo.
Documentary film made for UNF's AfterImage Documentary about what it is to be a professional longboarder.
Narration by Justin Quintal
Featuring Justin Quintal, Joel Tudor, and Ryan Burch
Directed, edited, and filmed by Michael Adno
Additional filming by Jordan Blumetti

Friday, September 20, 2013

Full size plans available from Grain

"You’ve asked for them. For all you home builders that would rather start from scratch then a box, you can now buy any of the shapes we offer as a kit as full-size paper plans. Paper plans include all frames and keel, templates and instructions to help you through the process. This is the least expensive way to buy a Grain shape, and if you don’t mind some extra work, it’s a great way to see the process from start to finish. Fall is here, clean out that basement and get started."
Click HERE to link up and find out more.
Grain have a great range of boards and this will be a great way to get started on your first board. You will also need to understand their building method so scan around their site for more details.

Thursday, September 19, 2013

Desillusion, Like Ten Again

Desillusion, Like Ten Again. from Desillusion Magazine on Vimeo.
Because we had some lost footage left that was gathering dust,
because you're not 10 years old every day,
because 2012 was one hell of a fucking year,
because we miss all of them, and for heaps of other reasons that come to mind ,we have decided to do one last edition ,as a way of raising our glass one last time to our tenth year.

Ozzie Wright, Trevor Andrew, Andrew Reynolds, Dylan Rieder, Peter Line, Alex Knost, Heath Kirchart, not to mention all our other anonymous friends ; guys we've partied with,gone on mad sessions with or simply met on the road, thanks for the inspiration.Desillusion would never have lasted this long without all of you guys.

Desillusion still in progress. Forever.

Music : Daughters of Eve - Hey Lover

More about Desillusion on

Tuesday, September 17, 2013

The Boardroom Surfboard Show


I wanted to touch base with you today about The Boardroom Surfboard Show, which will be happening October 5 & 6 at the OC Fair and Events Center in Costa Mesa.

The Boardroom, which was formerly known as Sacred Craft, is a celebration of surfboards and the shapers who make them. Dozens and dozens of shapers and hundreds of surfboards of every conceivable shape and dimension will be on hand, along with thousands of stoked surfers from across Southern California.

We have the burden of passion, which tricks us into thinking that everything we have planned is fascinating and noteworthy. We tend to get over-earnest. But we care about surfboards and we care about the under-sung individuals who toil away in shaping bays each day. We think they are worthy of not only support, but celebration.

Judging from the look and feel of Longboard Retro Days, we think you’ll understand and agree. We think you get it. In fact, it’s probably just as important to you as it is to us.

We’re hoping that you’ll join us at the event, to celebrate surfboards, surf culture and the fine folks really responsible for our stoke.

And if you think this is an event worthy of attending, perhaps you’ll help us spread the good news before the event on your site.

There will be a ton going on that might interest your readers:

· The Icons Of Foam Tribute To The Masters

· The Chunk Of Foam Challenge

· Best Of Show, Plus Surf Art & Culture

· Amidst Surf Industry Turmoil, A Refocus On What’s At The Heart Of Surfing

Here’s more detail on each of these events/themes/story ideas.

Show Founder Scott Bass (; 760-445-9770) is eager to answer any questions you might have about these following events:

*** The Icons Of Foam Tribute To The Masters Honoring Terry Martin 
Presented By US Blanks. ***

In a special memorial shaping tribute this October, The Boardroom will honor Martin during the Icons of Foam Tribute to the Masters Shape-off presented by US Blanks. Five shapers will receive the honor of replicating a classic Terry Martin surfboard.

“Last year was tough. We lost a truly humble, beautiful, classy and beloved father, shaper and surfer,” said Scott Bass, founder and show director of The Boardroom. “The grieving has mostly passed, and it is a fine time to honor Terry Martin’s shaping legacy and exalt his surfboard craftsmanship during the Icons of Foam Tribute to the Masters.”

An incredible video of Martin can be found here: 

Shaping Life Terry Martin from Donald Brink on Vimeo.

The five shapers selected to honor the memory of Terry Martin during the Icons of Foam Shape Off are all worthy of the man himself:

Tyler Warren: An inspired and well traveled illustrator, designer, painter, shaper and surfer. Tyler has turned heads for both his incredible art work but also his shaping, including a dual-keeled "Bar Of Soap" design -- a "refined and tastefully decorated variant on the Bob Simmons planning hull, with a noticeable dash of Lis fish thrown in for good measure," says Richard Kenvin in The Surfer's Journal.

Matt Calvani: A California surfer/shaper who heads up the Bing brand of surfboards. "The Bing brand has always had a mystique about it—from its association with David Nuuhiwa and Dick Brewer to the Campbell Brothers bonzers—that has made it a part of surfing history. I started introducing and refining those amazing historical shapes. My goal was to capture the essence of those eras in surfboard history while adding the knowledge I had learned in my own journey," says Matt in a Liquid Salt interview.

Ricky Carroll: Three-time winner of the Icons Of Foam Tribute to the masters and winner of the inaugural Chunk Of Foam Challenge (see below), Ricky Carroll is the owner of R&D Surf, a surfboard manufacturing facility located in East Central Florida that’s been at the forefront of surfboard building for nearly 20 years.

Donald Brink: Renowned for his asymmetrical shapes, Donald is also a big believer that the creative process in building a board should be shared between shaper and surfer. “Its an honor to be included in the conversations of surfing and surfboards throughput the world. Hard work, dedication to a passionate path and a commitment to responsibilities seems to be the common must-haves to things that are built over time and have a good effect on others and add to the world."

Mickey Munoz: Grandmaster board shaper and legendary waterman, Mickey Muñoz has been surfing and designing boards since the late 1940s. A Waimea Bay pioneer, his iconic Quasimodo surf stance and decades of quality shaping have carved a permanent place for Munoz in the pantheon of surfing's greatest. Nobody casts a longer shadow.

About Terry Martin: Terry Martin, described by many as ‘The Machine’ because of his effortless and efficient shaping style, spent the majority of his 60-year shaping career working at the Hobie Surfboards factory. He averaged ten boards a day and surfed during lunch.

Martin helped to create signature models for legendary surfers including Corky Carroll, Gerry Lopez, and Wayne "Rabbit" Bartholomew. Mickey Munoz, a legendary shaper in his own right, described the big, bearded Martin as “giving, ethical, knowledgeable, passionate about shaping and surfing and the art of shaping; a friend, a real friend, a good friend; a brother. He was almost like a saint, if you will, just his consciousness and his demeanor."

“Terry Martin took great joy in walking the aisles of past Boardroom shows greeting his friends and fellow craftsmen and talking story. He was always particularly interested in the Icons of Foam Tributes and loved to study the techniques of his fellow shapers. I think Terry might have had a hard time being featured in this way had he been able to attend the event… but to honor Terry and his talents as a shaper in this way is a wonderful tribute to this great man and iconic shaper” said Royce Cansler on behalf of the Martin family.

"Each year at the Icons of Foam Tribute, US Blanks is in awe of the talent level and inspirational shaping that takes place," said Jeff Holtby of US Blanks. "This years' lineup of shapers honoring Terry is jaw-dropping. We are again stoked to be a part of this special event."

**** Chunk Of Foam Challenge Presented By Bubble Gum Surf Wax ****

Harken back to the days of ancient Polynesian board building. Boards were made out of chunks of wood. If you wanted a board, you found a tree. We are tweaking that concept just a touch by challenging a selection of top echelon shapers to create a surfboard out of an 8' x 2' x 2' chunk of foam. This is an intriguing, entertaining, and fun opportunity to lift up and exault the craft of shaping surfboards. That's it.

The Chunk of Foam Challenge will kick off with the ceremonial spinning of the wheel. There will be three surfboard designs on the wheel, whatever design the arrow lands on determines the surfboard the shapers will be asked to replicate. All three shapers will replicate the exact same surfboard design.

The Unveiling: Each shaper will be allowed to check out the surfboard, i.e. hold it, feel its rails, and dwell on its intricacies for 60 seconds. That is all. The surfboard is then put behind stanchions -- but only for viewing. No on is allowed within 10 feet of the board.

The Tools: Each shaper may bring in their own hand tools, but only one power tool of their choosing, into the shaping bay. Furthermore, they are not allowed any modern measuring devices: no tape, no T squares, no templates, no rocker bars.

Time: Each shaper is allowed three hours. The time is strictly enforced.
The Judging: A select panel of uniquely qualified distinguished, and subtly-gray haired judges will determine the winner at 3:30pm on Sunday.

Participating Shapers Include: Wayne Rich, Marc Andreini, Brian Hilbers, and Stu Kenson.

This is a great event. The inaugural version happened last week in Orlando Florida at it turned out to be as diabolical as it was fun to watch.

Here are some details from that event:

Ricky Carroll solidified his rep as the king of the Shape Off during the debut of The Chunk Of Foam Challenge presented by BubbleGum Surf Wax. Three shapers were asked to shape a board out of a 8’ x2’ x2’ chunk of foam with only one power tool, no templates, and no measuring devices.

Complicating matters was the board they had to replicate: “It was an Inter-Island slipper nose inspired by Reno Abellira and Dick Brewer,” said The Boardroom Show Founder Scott Bass. “What made it difficult was the remarkable amount of nose rocker—nine inches—a domed ‘S’ deck and reverse rocker in the tail area.”

All three shapers competing in the Chunk Of Foam Challenge—Carroll, Stu Sharpe, and Juan Rodriquez—did a remarkable job given the challenge, but judges Greg Loehr, Rich Price and Pete Dooley were united in their decision. A three-time winner of the Icons Of Foam Shape Off, Carroll’s Chunk Of Foam win was made even more impressive by the fact that he was working with a thrown back and was barely able to walk.

As Pat Rawson later commented: “Yeah, Ricky could have shaped that damn thing with his eyes closed! And it was a REALLY HARD board to duplicate out of any blank!!! Congrat's Ricky! You're the best! Grand Champion! Four-time winner!

If that wasn’t enough, once he left the shaping bay he joined his band, Lady and the Tramps, for a hit-filled set on the main stage. Truly a renaissance man.

**** Best Of Show, Plus Art & Culture ****

The Boardroom on Oct 5-6 at the Orange County Fair & Event Center in Costa Mesa, California will spotlight a selection of our exhibitor’s best boards during our popular "Best Of Show" competition.

This is a free competition. Each surfboard manufacturer can enter one board only. Categories include: Best Sustainable Surfboard, Best Longboard, Best Wooden Surfboard, Best Shortboard, Best Concept Surfboard

The term "best" means just that, a subjective view, an opinion. Build whatever you feel meets your own criteria of "best" within each category. A definition of "best" might include, but is not limited to: outline, bottom contour, hand-shaped, laminating techniques, intricate color work, pinline artistry, fin placement, fin choice, etc., etc.

Winners receives one complimentary 10' x10' booth at the next The Boardroom show in 2014.

The Boardroom is also a celebration of the entire surf culture and several significant artists will be on hand displaying their work including: Matt Beard (, Nathan Gibbs (, Spencer Reynolds (, Charlie Clingman (, and more.

Plus the Boardroom will feature live music, book signings, autograph signings, surf videos, good times, and great stoke.

**** But Don’t Forget, It’s All About Shapers And Surfboards ****

Excuse me as I stand on my soapbox again, misty eyed and pleading: We think The Boardroom recaptures something special, something that made surfing unique, something that we risk losing altogether. Surf shops used to be a place for one-on-one interaction. A place were surfers got to look their shaper in the eye and help create something magical.

Take a look around. Many parts of the surf industry are in turmoil. But we can never lose our way entirely if we remember what’s important. Because deep down surfers only care about two things: surfboards and the waves to ride them on.

We hope to see you October 5 & 6 at the OC Fair & Events Center for The Boardroom.

If this is something that excites you, something you think is deserving, help us spread the word.
Thanks for your time and let me know if you have any questions whatsoever.



Rabbitsfoot + Ryan Burch Section | Almost Cut My Hair

Rabbitsfoot + Ryan Burch Section - Almost Cut My Hair from Ryan Lovelace on Vimeo.
A totally tantalizing section from Almost Cut My Hair - Ryan Burch finless ripping with casual steez on the Rabbitsfoot. Something to cherish.
......This section renders crowds rather quiet, see what it does for you....

Download the entire film at
Music in this section by Freshwave ---->

Monday, September 16, 2013

Dyer Brand

Dyer Brand from Dyer Brand on Vimeo.
Dyer Brand is a menswear and surfboard manufacturing company based in San Diego, California.

Sen No Sen | Fall 2013

sen no sen - fall 2013 from dolly on Vimeo.
Sen no sen fall 2013

Music : The Babies "run me over"

How to do a Resin Tint Glass Job on a Surfboard

A surfboard really comes to life during the glassing process. The fiberglass adds strength, flex, style, weight and seals the shaper's design inside. Most of the time it's a surfboard with a resin pigment swirl, tint, fabric inlay or gloss polish that grabs your attention and says, "look at me, ride me, I'm cool."
We love that every shaper and glasser has artistic abilities that come out in their work. Since we did a shaping video with Ben Aipa, we thought it would make sense to follow up with a color lamination video with Otis from Hawaii Surf Factory. Otis has been making surfboards for over 30 years and is a true master craftsman.
In this video Otis does a standard magenta tint on the bottom of a Dick Brewer surfboard followed by a pink tint deck inlay. We also cover how to do a standard magenta deck tint as well. With as much experience as Otis has, you'll want to pay attention to the details and the way he uses his tools. You can see more of Otis' work at and check out the glassing tools and materials he uses at

Good morning Cornwall

Good morning Cornwall from wavedreamer on Vimeo.
I popped down the coast to catch up with my friends Russ and Jill. We spent a couple of glorious mornings on the beach, you can see Russ’s great still photos at Thanks to James Parry, Sam Bleakly, Elliot Dudley, his partner and the men in the harbour for letting me film them.

I was also there to see Andy Cummins from SAS surfing a very special board (the quad half way through the clip). The blank comes from Home Blown and is made from about 34% plant based materials and the resin is from 98% plant based materials – producing a board that has more than 50% sustainable materials. They are priced about the same as their petrochemical cousins and under strength tests are proving to be stronger and lighter than polyurethane blanks. Andy was also testing out the camera board for a project we are working on for a bigger darker day.

Thanks so much to Richard Asquith and Henry Price for the beautiful track called Haven. You can see what they are up to at


SURFING at 70 from wavedreamer on Vimeo.
James has been surfing for nearly 50 years and tells the story of how he got started and how he has managed to keep going!

New Spew | Ellis Ericson

New Spew from Ellis Ericson on Vimeo.
Found this board on Craiglist in California, its a Campbell Brothers 'Bonzer' (5 fins) guessing circa 1991
6'4x18 1/4 x 2 5/8.
First surf at Trestles - kooky crowd and average surf.
Music - Sonic Youth
Filmer - Nate Foster

Friday, September 13, 2013

Byron Bay Surf Festival

2013 October 25 -27th

The festival is blossoming to its byronesque best, flowering a newly renovated program that's stacked, packed and budding with cool. The three-day event is a unique intersection between surf, art, music, film and the local Byron Bay community lifestyle. The festival kicks off with a free Friday night film premiere under the stars, followed by the Saturday all-day gypsy surf art market/ pop up tipi precinct, colorful Sunday surfing events and demos at Wategos beach and film, music, party and panel events scheduled each evening. Creative film is a strong feature this year with two major film premieres; Bella Vitafeaturing Chris Del Moro and Unchartered waters featuring Wayne Lynch, and the surf shorts film comps comprising of local and international entries. Patagonia surfer Keith Malloy will be introducingThe Plight of the Torpedo People bodysurfing presentation at the community center, alongside the loggin’ panel with Belinda Baggs and a controversial live dissertation on ‘the state of the art of surfing’ by Derek Hynd. Up on Main beach, bear witness to Surf Yoga sessions, Helidrone demos and handplane/skateboard/bellyboard workshops amongst an art and photography show saturated with unconventional art pieces, live music, surfboard shaper exhibits, vintage motor delights, gourmet food and surf literature stalls with book launches where you can gaze, mingle, read, obtain, listen, dance, eat or just chill. Corona hands out $1000 cash prize money on Sunday at Wategos beach Party Wave Invitational (open to all) alongside Malloy’s body surf jazz, style based contests, tandem exhibition and what was last years most applauded event, the Surf Swap Meet. On top of all this comes a stellar lineup of music, headlined by Wolf & Cub’s new album release at the Beach Hotel, after parties with The Delta Riggs and tons of magical acoustic market musicians. Keep an eye on new announcements and go feast on the program now @

Thursday, September 12, 2013

Kassia Meador | The Heart & The Sea

Kassia Meador / The Heart & The Sea from Nathan Oldfield on Vimeo.
This is an excerpt from The Heart & The Sea, an award winning left of centre surf film by independent Australian filmmaker Nathan Oldfield. This section of the film features the elegant gliding of the ever graceful Kassia Meador.

Over three years in the making, The Heart & The Sea explores the joy that lies at the very centre of a surfing life: family, friends & a shared intimacy with the sea. Filmed in Australia, New Zealand, France & Spain, this is a gently refreshing & quietly enchanting contribution to the surf film genre.

The songs featured in this excerpt are called ‘All About’ & ‘All About (ii Miami Crice Remix)’ by The Motifs, from Melbourne, Australia. You can find out more about The Motifs at

The Heart & The Sea is now available on iTunes worldwide via as well as on DVD. Please make contact at if you'd like to purchase the DVD directly from the filmmaker.

For more information about The Heart & The Sea, please visit

BELLA VITA | A Surfer's Journey Through Italy

A surfer's journey through Italy unlocks the door to a modern world of culture, tradition and passion.

Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Playing on the Playa de Salinas | Top Surf Spots, Ep. 5

Sit back and get the inside scoop on one of northern Spain's most popular summertime surf spots, Salinas, in the region of Asturias.

Local living legend, Ignacio "Chuk" Solis, gives you the lowdown on his local surf break and entertains us with his retro inspired longboard surfing groove steps, maybe the best part of this surf video.

Salinas is situated JUST SO that it picks up any scrap of surf swell that the Atlantic has to offer, making it a great summer option when the rest of the surf in France or Portugal might be flat. LET'S GO!

Playing on the Playa de Salinas | Top Surf Spots, Ep. 5

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Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Compassing | a Film by Cyrus Sutton x Reef

No one knows Just Passing Through like Cyrus Sutton. And in the latest chapter of Cy's adventures, he's customized his van for experiencing life on the road. Through cutting, sanding, welding, and staining, he's transformed his old van into a unique camper that's been helping him traverse the Western side of North America to seek out good waves and good people. Reef is proud to partner with Cy on his new project, "Compassing," a film chronicling his recent van travels.
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Matix Clothing X Tyler Surfboards

Matix Clothing X Tyler Surfboards from Matix Clothing on Vimeo.
Matix Clothing and Tyler Surfboards team up for a collection that reflects timeless style, performance, hot rod culture and surfings roots.
Tyler Hatzikian has over 25-years of commitment to improving his skills as both a shaper and glasser. Tyler’s surfboards are not only far from replica, they are developing a reputation of being iconic on their own. He is proud to carry on the planer after following the footsteps of the legendary craftsmen of his local surf community in the South Bay.
Function, style, performance, and homage to the heritage that is the foundation of surfing and what inspired this collection from Matix X Tyler Surfboards. Available Spring 2014, hang tight

Kook Tour

Kook Tour trailer from Captain Fin Co. on Vimeo.

HippyTree | Bahía del Escorpión

HippyTree / Bahía del Escorpión from HippyTree on Vimeo.

Hand Made | Almond Surfboards

Hand Made - Almond Surfboards from Monster Children on Vimeo.
Hand Made. The department where we rub it in the face of all the people who were either born without hands or lost them in an accident. Imagine, if you will, poor Billy No-hands turning the pages of this magazine with his feet or headband wand thingy. He comes to this page. ‘Yeah, knock yourselves out,’ he grumbles. ‘Knock yourselves out, you hand-having, tangible-world-manipulating, prawn cracker bitch-men bastards.’ Wow, is he angry. Dave Allee ain’t angry though! He’s got hands! And he does stuff with them all the time. Yay!

Monday, September 9, 2013

Tunnels | Sea Movies

Tunnels - Sea Movies from on Vimeo.
Over time, some filmmakers develop a relationship with one of their subjects that seems to be a match made in heaven. For filmmaker Matt Kleiner, that special connection lies with Asher Pacey. These two have combined to put together some cinematic surfing magic that are not to be missed.

In this episode of Sea Movies supported by Reef, Matt and Asher are at it again behind Matt's beautiful composition of some spinning tubes.

By Matt Kleiner

Glass Vaults

Friday, September 6, 2013

En Baja

En Baja from Bird Man Media on Vimeo.
Recently Birdman Media and Steven Newton traveled South of the border to Baja to try and find some waves. Southern California has been flat for a month and a half so far, so we need to find some waves pronto!

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Thursday, September 5, 2013

THROUGH THE LENS with Rob Machado | Taka's Treehouse

THROUGH THE LENS with Rob Machado - Taka's Treehouse from Through The Lens on Vimeo.
Documenting the talents of amazing people who happen to surf.

Iconic surfer Rob Machado has traveled the world for more than half his life. And during that time, he’s crossed paths with countless individuals who share a love for surfing and a passion for the arts. In his new series called Through The Lens, we meet these individuals and follow Rob as he re-connects with the people who've inspired him along the way.

In this episode, Rob has the unique opportunity to spend a week working along side legendary tree house builder Takashi Kobayashi during the final stages of what Takashi describes as “his most important tree house” to date. By working along side Takashi Rob begins to understand the power this beautiful, symbolic tree house can bring to the Tsunami stricken Sendai region of Japan. This great gift Takashi is offering to the surviving children of this region is one small step in bringing some joy, happiness, and light to a part of Japan heavily impacted by the Tsunami disaster.

Tuesday, September 3, 2013

Jai and Friends

Jai and friends from John Lee on Vimeo.
Jai Lee and friends surfing Noosa.

Music - Vampire Weekend

Gato Heroi Japan tour 2013

Gato Heroi Japan tour 2013 from Stay Culo on Vimeo.
Casual cats Robin G Kegel (founder of Gato Heroi) and Andy Findlay thrive on passion & spontaneity. Like jazz improvisation where melodies are spontaneously created, the "Dynamic Endevours Japan tour" puts this improvisation technique into practice.

These cats use all means of transport from foot, bullet train to a fishing boat to track down some fast right peelers on a little island of the coast of Japan., ,

Monday, September 2, 2013

Killer Loop introduces Daniel Månsson

Killer Loop introduces Daniel Månsson from Killer Loop on Vimeo.
There is a voice that drags each and every one of us to the place where we belong.
Feeling at home is not a mere matter of time, it's where your soul is in peace, where you feel connected to your inner voice and to the people and the environment around you.
If you feel you don't belong where you are, set off and wander, until you find a place where you can stare the eternity.

Your friends at Killer Loop.

Primitive Stoke

Early Campbell Bros Bonzer
Circa 1970

Wave Rider

Shaper: Skip Frye