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Tuesday, December 30, 2014

Orange Snow Cone


Orange Snow Cone from Thomas Green on Vimeo.
Two sessions with Mowgli team rider Christian Franzen. One in Huntington Beach and one in Newport Beach.
Filmed and edited by: Thomas Green
Music: "You should close the door" by Craft Spells.

Watch the full HD version on my youtube channel.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7WOtSplIFfI&list=UUQsr3kT0P9EUmlWmCc1rMuQ

Josh Hall | Birdman Media


Josh Hall from Birdman Media on Vimeo.
Birdman Media presents 'A Day In The Life of Josh Hall'. A look into the day and life of San Diegpo's own surfer/shaper Josh Hall.

For more info, check out
www.birdmanmedia.com

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@birdmanmedia

Saturday, December 20, 2014

JJ Egan | Fall 2012


JJ Fall 2012  from Mike Jakuc on Vimeo.
A few sessions of JJ Egan ripping a classic 1964 Hansen shape 9'6 longboard.

Wednesday, December 17, 2014

Pedal To The FLO: Chapter 1


Pedal To The FLO: Chapter 1 from FlomotionUSA on Vimeo.
Justin Quintal's cross country journey on his way to winning his second consecutive US Open Duct Tape Invitational.

Filmed and Produced: Gunner Hughes www.gunnerhughes.com

Lake Austin Footage: Evan Adamson

Music: Little Freddie King

www.flomotion.com

Tuesday, December 9, 2014

McTavish Bluebird | History in the re-making


McTavish Bluebird - History in the re-making from McTavish Surfboards on Vimeo.
McTavish Bluebirds have been made in and around Byron Bay for over 40 years, this clip gives some insight into who makes these boards and how authenticity is maintained over such a long period.

Friday, December 5, 2014

Candied Yams


candied yams from Bing Surfboards on Vimeo.
Thanksgiving weekend brought Taylor Nelson back to the mainland and straight into some classic California surf.

camera/edit: AARON KIM
music: BLONDFIRE REMIX - WHERE THE KIDS ARE
surfboard: BING MR. RODGERS MODEL 9'2"

Story Board


Story Board
from Matt Gahan on Vimeo. Donald Brink makes functional art; surfboards you could hang on a wall. He would rather see them ridden though.