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Posted by Lincoln Jubb - 30.10.2014

CHRIS BRYAN – SURFING @ 1000 FRAMES PER SECOND

Chris Bryan sure knows his way around a camera, and not just any camera, the Phantom 4k flex camera which can capture up to 1000 frames per second.

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Posted by Chris - 22.10.2014

Ryan Burch In Continuous Rhythm

Ryan Burch shows us how it’s done in his fiercely independent style at Bangko-Bangko and Grajagan Bay. Loose yourself in this one.

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Posted by Monster Children - 21.10.2014

WATCH: THE PATH UNSEEN – DANNY HESS

The Path Unseen is a short film series presented by Saint Archer Brewery created to tell stories of true individuals. The 1st episode features Danny Hess who hand makes sustainable, eco-friendly surfboards in San Francisco. Check out the 16mm short film directed by Josh Landan.

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Posted by Dale - 10.10.2014

CREED’S GOT A LOVE BUZZ

Yep that’s right Creed’s got a Love Buzz, sounds like he’s on some kind of sex rampage and can’t be stopped. He’s pretty handsome so i’m sure girls won’t mind getting in his way. Anyway he’s got something better than a sex addiction, he’s got a brand new board with the wizards at Hayden Shapes….

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Posted by Jam - 09.10.2014

Byron Bay Surf Festival

What are you doing on the 24-26 of October? Well there’s a good time happening on the North Coast – Byron Bay Surf Festival

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Posted by Monster Children - 09.10.2014

STERLING SPENCER JOINS RUSTY

The comedian sorry pro surfer known as Sterling Spencer has joined the crew over at Rusty. Expect lots of shits and giggles coming your way with team mates Noa Deane and Josh Kerr in the near future.

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Posted by Jam - 08.10.2014

Corona Journey 16: Sri Lanka by Morgan Maassen

For Corona Journey #16, photographer Morgan Maassen looks back at the Team Average trip to Sri Lanka and how it unfolded from his point of view. Want to see the full photo series? Head on over to Corona Extra Australia

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Posted by Crombie - 08.10.2014

The Print Aint Dead Zine Review: A Place In The Sun

Print is alive and kicking, and anyone who disagrees should have seen the turn out at The Printed Matter Art Book Fair held at PS1 on the weekend. The attendance numbers were in the high millions, and they all came to checkout the 300,000 metric tons of artists’ books, catalogs, monographs, periodicals, zines, and antiquarian publications–not…

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Posted by Jam - 07.10.2014

Thundercloud screening – New York

The Thundercloud is an independently produced surf doc, capturing what went down one wild day in surfing history, June 8th 2012. A swell of massive proportions arrived at Cloudbreak, right in the middle of the WCT event.

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Posted by Monster Children - 30.09.2014

LENS: SOUTHWEST OF PORT AU PRINCE

Photographer Mike Magers heard that boys in Haiti had started riding waves on wooden planks, using any means necessary to get on the water. An aid worker who also happened to be a surfer discovered them, secured boards for them, and started teaching them the fundamentals. Out of that initial effort, Surf Haiti was born.

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Posted by Monster Children - 30.09.2014

VOLCOM’S TRUE TO THIS: CUSHIONY DIMENSION

Volcom delves into the lucid minds of Kurt Vile, Travis Millard, Gemma O’Brien, Dane Burman, Bryan Iguchi and Ryan Burch in chapter 2 of True To This. Kurt also performs an exclusive live track of “Gold Tone”.

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Posted by Dale - 25.09.2014

WATCH: Ryan Callinan

We’re a sucker for a good, unbranded, just for the fuck of it, clip. Ryan’s support group of filmers Jack ‘Grom’ Taylor and Jay Grant have put together this clip of Ryan throwing himself around the East Coast of Australia.    

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Posted by Monster Children - 25.09.2014

STRANGE RUMBLINGS WITH DION AGIUS

“This movie took for fucking ever. At least it felt like for fucking ever. It was really only two years, and to be honest it was probably the best two years of my life. I loved every second of getting to work on this film.” – Dion