A new clip from Grant Ellis featuring Alex Knost, Jack Lynch, and Alrik Yuill. What was supposed to be a three-day journey, turned into a week-long stint chasing a fun swell through the Baja. Like the desert, the surf is uncrowded and enjoyed without interruption.
We're pleased to present a screening of Bunker 77, a film by Takuji Masuda.
"Bunker Spreckels, Clark Gable's stepson and heir to a sugar fortune, turned his back on expectations and grew into a controversial surf star who expressed complete originality. He danced on the sea like no one else even as his mysterious and surreal persona exploded to consume him.
Bunker survived off the jungle while pushing the limits of Hawaii’s most dangerous waves, raced across remote Africa in a Mercedes waving cash and a handgun on a pioneering expedition to J-Bay, and churned his way through a Los Angeles filled with passion, decadence, and reckless experimentation. While Bunker mentored skateboard legend Tony Alva to his world championship and dove headlong into collaborations with film auteur Kenneth Anger, his dynamic life blazed to uncontainable proportions."
Do you like Chryslers? How about the Flying Burrito Brothers? What about Alex Knost? Yeah, us too. Check out Al in this new edit from Tin Ojeda and Reagan Ritchie. This one is sure to help start your weekend right.
Nathan Oldfield has finally released his new film, TheChurch of the Open Sky, on Vimeo On Demand. The movie features a heavy-hitting cast grooving in Australia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, and Sri Lanka. Here is an alternate trailer to give you just a taste, but we recommend checking out the full thing here.
Asher Pacey delivers some high-energy, twin fin fun in this new video from Matt Kleiner and Rhythm. The two navigate remote sections of the Australian coast to find pristine peaks sans crowds. What's not to like?
RIP John Severson, a pioneering figure in original surf culture. His photography, cinematography, art, and publishing endeavors characterized the timeless elegance and mysticism of surfing, in a manner upon which we all continue to draw inspiration. Thanks for leaving us the ultimate style guide. Here's a clip from Pacific Vibrations to fade into.
Gather 'round. Jack Coleman's here once again to take you on a mystical voyage full of toe-tappers, bottom draggers, and belly bombers, featuring Harry Henderson, Rangi Ormond, Richie Cravey, and Chris Cravey.
Jack Coleman always brings the goods. This time we check out the surf stylings of Troy Elmore while he discusses shaping. The result is the musings of a motivated individual combined with some solid surfing.