Art

House of Vans Melbourne At The Meat Market

by The Editors on October 20, 2017

House of Vans Melbourne is kicking off a two-day pop-up event at The Meat Market on Friday and Saturday November 10-11, 2017.

The all-ages day sessions will kick off with the Vans skate team hosting workshops including learn to skate classes with Jesse Noonan of Rock N Slide Skateboarding, grip tape design workshops with Jimmy Roche and a Skate Photography and Videography workshop run by Andrew Mapstone to teach budding skate photographers how to refine their craft. The workshops will run over both Friday and Saturday with limited capacity: registration is essential. Saturday afternoon will see a stripped-back, musical performance from Little Brother (Trophy Eyes’ John Floreani) with support from Alex Moses (Columbus).

For all the details and to get free tickets to it all follow the jump.

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GoPro’s QuikStories, not Quiksilver

by The Editors on October 3, 2017

Did you think GoPro’s new QuikStories auto-editing app was a partnership with Quiksilver? So did we. Maybe it was the missing “c,” or the scribble type. Though on reflection we realized that who ever designed the QuikStories logo was probably still in middle school when Natas Kapas created his Ralph Steadmanesque blown ink “impaired” logo work for Quiksilver. Maybe it’s a tribute. . . 

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Nick & Laura Launch Geography Creative

by The Editors on October 3, 2017

The husband-and-wife team of Nick and Laura Visconti are proud to announce the launch of Geography Creative, based in Truckee, California.

Geography Creative is the culmination of over a decade’s worth of experience in digital marketing and visual storytelling, in both outdoor and travel industries. Services include Campaign Development, Social Strategy, Content Production, and Influencer Marketing.

If you’re looking for some marketing direction in these word-of-mouth fueled digital times, make contact with Geography. We know from experience that Mr. Visconti knows how to start a ruckus online and Laura is a gifted image capturer. What more do you need? For the official word from Geography, please follow the jump.

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Build Yer Own PowderJet In The Tetons

by The Editors on October 2, 2017

Jessie Loomis and the PowderJet snowboard crew are holding two board building session in the Tetons during the month of February 2018 — one in Driggs, Idaho and the other in Jackson, Wyoming.

Ride in the morning. Shape in the afternoon. Leave with a one of a kind board you made with your own hands. This PowderJet Teton retreat is for riders of all levels. You don’t need fancy woodworking skills.Join Powder Jets for a weekend full of creativity, craftsmanship, and epic powder in one of the wildest and most legendary places on earth.

For all the details and exactly how to reserve a spot please click the link.

[Link: PowderJet]

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Ed Templeton’s Home Tour With TG

by The Editors on July 12, 2017

It’s home tour time with Ed Templeton, but please don’t go to his house and steal any of his stuff now that you know exactly where it is because that would be so not nice. Ya dig?

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BS with TG: Ed Templeton Part 1

by The Editors on June 16, 2017

Start your weekend off right with part one of a discussion between Tommy Guerrero and Ed Templeton. Think they’ll talk about art and skateboarding or will they have forgotten it all? Click the arrow and know.

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Santa Cruz Surf Film Festival Is Open

by The Editors on May 8, 2017

The Fourth Annual Santa Cruz Surf Film Festival is looking for a few good surf films and as always it is ope for “fee-free submissions.”

“We love to showcase independent surf films and we know that for most of the directors these projects are a labor of love, a lot like running the festival is for us,” said festival Director, Delphine Foo-Matkin. “We want to make it as easy as possible for these films to find an audience and their directors to gain greater recognition.”

Sounds like the right festival for your surf film, right? The submission period will remain open until July 15, 2017. Any and all filmmakers should send in their films via the online portal at http://www.santacruzsurffilmfest.com/online-film-submission-form/. Guidelines for submission can be checked at http://www.santacruzsurffilmfest.com/guidelines/ For all the other official details, please follow the jump.

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Fish By Fish: Jeremy & Jayde

by The Editors on April 10, 2017

The story of Jeremy Fish, his wife Jayde and how they’re ruling the San Francisco art scene is spelled out in the SF Weekly and it’s worth a gander. Check it:

Both Jeremy and Jayde have achieved celebrity status within the fringes of the established art community for some time, and Jeremy has become a cult figure in the skating industry for his tripped-out line work, often depicting tiny, somewhat morbid, pink bunnies. The image originated from the calling card of a skateboarding crew he created in the ’90s: The Silly Pink Bunnies.

Remember the SPBs? Sure you do. For the rest of the story, flick the flink.

[Link: SF Weekly]

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Keith Malloy’s Fishpeople Film Tour

by The Editors on April 10, 2017

Join Keith Malloy for a premiere screening of his new film, Fishpeople. The documentary tells the stories of a unique cast of characters who have dedicated their lives to the sea. From surfers and spearfishers to a long-distance swimmer, a former coal miner and a group of at-risk kids on the streets of San Francisco, it’s a film about the transformative effects of time spent in the ocean—and leaving behind our limitations to find deeper meaning in the saltwater wilderness that lies just beyond the shore.

You’ll have a chance to nab a limited edition Fishpeople stainless steel pint cup and a Yulex® beverage cozie. Keith will also be hosting a question and answer session after the film. For all the details, please click the link.

[Link: Patagonia’s Fishpeople]

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Lost Art In Stereo By Christian Cooper

by The Editors on March 24, 2017

The word from Stereo Skateboard’s Chris Pastras and Jason Lee is as follows:

Ethan Fowler came on to ride for Stereo in 1994 when A Visual Sound was pretty much in the can and finished, so we gave him and Tobin Yelland some Super 8 film, and a two week deadline. The result was one of the most fluid, powerful, and stylish video parts of all time. Watching Ethan skate during that time was like watching Jazz great Thelonious Monk at the piano, improvisational genius.” – Chris “Dune” Pastras

“Those early Stereo days were some of the most enjoyable times of my life, and having guys like Carl and Ethan around and skating and creating with us made what we were doing that much more special. Two of my all-time favorite skateboarders, and I’m honored that after all these years we are still collaborating.’” – Jason Lee

For more info, click the link.

[Link: Stereo Skateboards]

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