The second and last part of the video series that I wrote about in aÂ previous postÂ is now up! This time we get to see what goes on at night at the Burning Man festival.
Follow surfers Arran and Reid Jackson on a trip into the Great Bear Rainforest on the Pacific coast of Canada, one of few untouched forests of the world and an area threatened by the oil industry.Â Learn more at pacificwild.org
This hand painted animated short by Matt Box is the first in a series that aim to capture the individual styles of influential skateboarders. First one up is Jason Dill.
Trailer for the new body surf movie by Keith Malloy released through Woodshed Films.Â Like the man in the video says: It’sÂ definitelyÂ different than board surfing.
This is a preview for a film about surfing in Chile. It makes me really want to go there and I love the music! -“You have to respect the sea.”
Here’s a short glimpse of the creative madness from this year’s Burning Man festival in Nevada’s Black Rock Desert.Â This is the first of a two part series. Part two is still in the making. Credits toÂ Ahmed.
Nice edit from Danish indie surf brand Oh Dawn surfing the waves in the south of Sweden.
Stevie GeeÂ is an artist/designer who is inspired by skate and surf culture. Among his work you’ll find a lot of custom made surf boards and skateboards but this particular piece was inspired by the Beach Boys song “Feel Flows”.
Here’s an incredible time lapse made from photographs taken by the crew onboard the International Space Station (ISS) from August to October 2011. Shot from an altitude of around 350 km the earth looks like one big living organism and really puts human civilization in perspective. The video was edited together by Michael KÃ¶nig.
For a lifetime 75 year-old Ray Ives has been collecting artifacts he found on the bottom of the sea while working as a professional diver.Â Everything from bottles, jars, propellers to swords, guns and gold.Â “The sea is the biggest rubbish-dump in the world…” he says.
Uncommon Ideals, by Chris McClean and Mark Waters, captures the experience of surfing the cold waves of the North Sea. Beautifully shot and based around a poem by Daniel Crocket itÂ was awarded Shortie of the Year at this years London Surf Film Festival.