Build Your Own PowderJet At Patagonia

by The Editors on February 19, 2016

powderjetsThis weekend (February 20-21, 2016) the crew from PowderJet are setting up their build-your-own snowboard class at the Patagonia store in Cardiff, California.

The super fun two day workshops are lead by PowderJet founder Jesse Loomis, and participants will leave at the end of the workshop with a hand built, individually shaped, high performance snowboard. The boards are built using FSC certified poplar, fiberglass, Ptex base, and steel edges – ready to carve up any slope in the world. Also, in addition to the handmade snowboard, participants will receive a limited edition print and T-shirt, both designed by PowderJet team rider and renowned NYC artist Scott Lenhardt.

The build-your-own class costs $795 bucks and you can still sign up for this weekend. Click here for all the details.

[Link: PowderJet]


Elm Company’s Lost & Found In Denver

by The Editors on January 25, 2016

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Elm Company is taking over the Denver, Colorado’s Black Book Gallery on January 27, 2016 for their Lost & Found – The Story of Adventure photo exhibition.

Join Elm Company as we explore a cultural mix of photographers from around the world in a one night how. The photographers document the lifestyle that we live and breathe, brining together the effort, action and environment to one location where the viewer can too participate in the simplicity of being outside. In this collection we bring together outdoors, snow, and adventure.

The show features the works of Tim Peare, Shaun Daley, Pascale Shirley, Ben Gaveled, Sean Kerrick Sullivan, Mike Yoshida, Ryan Hughes, Chris Wellhausen, Andrew Miller, and Frode Sandbeck. The show begins at 7 PM January 27, 2016. The Black Book Gallery is located at 304 Elati St., in Denver, Colorado.


RIP: Photographer Chris Brunkhart

by The Editors on January 5, 2016

IMG_9914Chris Brunkhart with Gamma Function co-conspirators Zach Egge and Alex Bacon at Brunkhart’s September 30, 2010 AR4T Gallery opening for How Many Dreams In The Dark in Laguna Beach, California.

Snowboarding lost one of its most iconographic image makers on January 2, 2016 with Chris Brunkhart’s death from cancer. He was 47.

In a eulogy on Frequency: The Snowboarding Journal Jeff Galbraith summed up many people’s thoughts when he said:

To Chris Brunkhart, whose bravery far outshone the most daredevil of snowboard stuntmen, and whose talent and passion remain as vast as the Western night sky; we love you my brother.

Click here for our 2010 interview with Chris Brunkhart on the publishing of his book How Many Dreams In The Dark, or here for Photo District News‘ obituary.

A gathering is planned in Portland, Oregon for the weekend of January 15-16, 2016. We’ll have more info as it arrives.

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Okuda San Miguel’s Church Of Skate

by The Editors on December 18, 2015

Skaters in Llanera, Asturias, Spain got together with artist Okuda San Miguel and created an art project that is a skatepark. Sadly, the colored cow was involved, however, you should check it out anyway.

[Link via Boing Boing]

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All 634 Alps Resorts On One Map

by The Editors on December 4, 2015

If riding Europe is something you dream of then Stefan Spiegel and Lana Bragina have the perfect map for you. It’s a huge wall hanger than features every resort in the Alps on one, big, data filled surface. And right now you can get it for $70. Click the link.

[Link: Marmota Maps]


Thomas Campbell’s Hands Are Makers

by The Editors on November 13, 2015

Thomas Campbell remains our favorite board sporting artist and may just be one of our favorite artists ever.

Filmmaker, photographer, artist, writer, painter, sculptor, surfer, skater, Thomas is a master of many traits. Desillusion spent a day with Thomas in his hometown of Santa Cruz, to discuss his influences, his meticulous approach to his craft and why creating with your hands is so important.

That’s why we want you to see this little gem from Disillusion Magazine.

[Link: Disillusion Magazine]


Jack English Launches Surf Clocks

by The Editors on November 9, 2015


Surf photographer Jack English, proprietor of Surfing Stock Agency,  has just launched a line of wall clocks that are a nice reminder of what we really should be doing instead of checking the time.

The new line of wall clocks will feature dramatic photography from Jack English, as well as collaborations with noted graphic artists Corrine Lan Franco and Dylan Quirk. Spotlighting some of the world’s most photogenic locations including Waimea Bay, Hawaii; North Shore, Oahu; Tahiti; and Australia, the wall clocks will be a striking addition to any home or office.

For the official word from Jack, please follow the jump.

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Blockhead Skateboards 30th Reunion Party

by The Editors on November 6, 2015

Join Dave B and the old school Blockhead Skateboards crew in Oceanside, California on Saturday night November 7, 2015 for their 30th Anniversary Reunion Party Art Show. The party will features classic photos by Grant Brittain, O, Spike Jonze, Michael Blanchard, Steve Sherman, Mark Waters, Tobin Yelland, Hunter Kimball, Luke Ogden, Christian Kline and more, plus the art of Ron Cameron, Dave Bergthold, Ron Lemon, Andy Jenkins, and Jeremy Wray.

The  party begins at 7 PM at Link Soul Gallery at 530 S. Coast Highway in Oceanside, California. For all the details, please follow the jump.

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Expression Session 3 At Artists Republic

by The Editors on September 28, 2015

For the official word on the October 3, 2015 Artists Republic Gallery Expression Session 3 opening follow the jump. [click to continue…]


Chris Pastras & Geoff McFetridge Talk

by The Editors on July 8, 2015

Canadian born graphic artist extraordinaire Geoff McFetridge has always been a mystery to us. His work is always clean, clever, cool, and catchy just like a great pop song, but we’ve never heard the man speak through anything other than his art. That’s why it’s great to see him sit down with the legendary Chris Pastras for an episode of Monster Children’s Table Talk. Watch it and learn.