Design

Benji Wagner on Polerstuff

We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again. We love Polerstuff. This company is run by good people with a keen eye for design. Poler has filled a niche, and they’ve done it with class. Benji Wagner breaks down where they’ve been and where they’re going. I’m still waiting to see how the surf team will progress…..get on that shit boys. Go support these guys and get some stuff.

Benji Wagner on Polerstuff


Cyrus Sutton has been…..Compassing.

Cyrus Sutton is one of the great creative minds in surfing. He has a deep passion for adventure and enjoys finding it on little to no money.

 

Cyrus is the creative director at one of my favorite all time sites Korduroy.TV, he’s a filmmaker, he’s a director, he’s a photographer, he’s a dirtbag, he’s a van owner and he’s a surfer.

The trailer just came out for his new short film Compassing. It looks too damn good. Go check it out.


Trevor Gordon Rips

I’m typically very partial to goofy footers. Almost to a point of discriminatory measure. That being said, there’s a ton of guys out there that rip with their left foot forward. On the other side of that coin…I always drop my back knee….so I’m super biased TOWARD this technique. Yeah it sounds a bit conflicted, but who cares. Trevor Gordon is one of my favorites for obvious reasons. I think in surfing more than any other sideways standing pursuit, style is poached and even faked. Fake style is the worst style. Trevor doesn’t do that….Trevor has sick style. Go buy some of his art work (as soon as his site is back up and running) and watch the kid rip.


Coalatree

I know it’s nothing new….but man you gotta love the direction and thinking being up-cycled at Coalatree Organics. Go check their society members and buy some of their shit. That is all…

 

 


The Philadelphia Experiment

Great Music + Solid Art Direction + Quality Editing+ Raw East Coast Street Skating= All Heart

Faith Restored in Humanity


Draplin in Utah

I went to see Aaron Draplin‘s Tall Tales From A Large Man lecture series here in Salt Lake City this evening. AIGASLC sponsored the event at the UMFA, and it was absolutely everything I expected. Draplin was incredibly inspiring, and amazingly funny as always. Anyone that uses Saul Bass as a verb is all time in my book. I picked up a limited edition Utah Poster, as well as a new copy of A Drive Into The Gap  by Kevin Guilfoile (published through Field Notes)…..this was an incredible night all around, and one I will not soon forget.


Everything good about skating….

If you’re not feeling Stereo Sound Agency, then maybe we can’t be friends anymore.


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