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A surf film I directed for Reef a few years back. Just realized I did have the master online, so decided I would post. Such an amazing collaboration with Mark Tesi, the Creative Director that I Directed this alongside. Shot on location in Tahiti, South Africa, Australia, Indonesia, and Bali, the film was inspired by me sitting digging way too deep into Jaques Cousteau documentaries from the 60’s… hence the creative direction and sound sampling.

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Surfers have been hooked on neoprene since the 1950s, but it’s a nonrenewable material with an energy-intensive manufacturing process. By replacing it with Yulex® natural rubber from sources that are Forest Stewardship Council® certified by the Rainforest Alliance, Patagonia is reducing CO2 emissions by up to ~80% when compared to conventional neoprene—causing less harm to the planet we love and the oceans that give us waves to ride. Pioneering the use of natural rubber in wetsuits is a story we’re proud to tell—because after six decades of neoprene dependency, it’s high time to set surfing free. The new line includes 21 wetsuits for men, women and kids. Suits range from a Lightweight R1 Long John ($169) to an R5 Hooded Full Suit, meant for the coldest of water ($529). As always, if a Patagonia wetsuit does not perform to the customer’s satisfaction, the company will take it back to repair, refund or replace – a warranty that no other wetsuit manufacturer offers. Check out more info on the world’s most eco-friendly wetsuits here:

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Welcome to our 27 Frames series. We sent 27 single use cameras out to some of our favorite photographers, they shot stuff with it, then mailed it back to us. We developed the film and are sharing the results with you (and the photographers) now. In this instant, digital age, we want to pay homage to a snapshot photo process we grew up with ourselves — waiting for the film to develop and being surprised by the results. These 27 Frames belong to Laura Austin.

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This boat sauna, designed by goCstudio in Seattle, is not only well designed but photographed beautifully by Kevin Scott. Scale figures are always a must with architectural photography but this brings models and fashion into the mix as well. Fun project that would be a great addition for any sea dweller.

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Getting bogged down by summer heat right about now? Located right at the edge of the wilderness, along the road to the Arctic Sea is one of the coziest and fanciest places to watch the Northern Lights. Kakslauttanen is a hotel next to the Urho Kekkonen National Park, the largest of Finland’s national parks. As the story goes, in the summer of 1973, Jussi (the founder) was on a fishing trip in Utsjoki, Finland’s northernmost village. On the drive back to central Finland, he ran out of fuel. The young man really had no choice but to set up camp where he stood, on a roadside in the middle of the wilderness. The place happened to be called Kakslauttanen. For some inexplicable reason, Jussi felt as if he had come home. He spent his first summer there in a tent. In the second year, a small chalet was erected on the site, and Jussi began to run a café to serve passers-by on their way to North Cape. Little by little, year after year, Kakslauttanen has grown to become Finland’s internationally best-known travel business. It is still being run by Jussi, with great care and attention – the way it has always been. More details and booking info here:

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“A group of surfers in California have been working for years on perfecting the ability to ride waves without surfboards. Here are some of their exploits.” Ever since the invisible board section of the classic Girl Skateboards flick, Yea Right, I have personally been waiting for some director to the same thing for surfing. Well, that 13 year long wait is finally over! Thank you Foster Huntington and friends, this is just great.

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Welcome to our 27 Frames series. We sent 27 single use cameras out to some of our favorite photographers, they shot stuff with it, then mailed it back to us. We developed the film and are sharing the results with you (and the photographers) now. In this instant, digital age, we want to pay homage to a snapshot photo process we grew up with ourselves — waiting for the film to develop and being surprised by the results. These 27 Frames belong to Molly Matalon.

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Those ingenious Swedes over at Teenage Engineering along with the folks at Impossible Project just recently released their latest product, the I-1 Instant Camera. Not only is this camera a thing of beauty that Dieter Rams would be proud of, but it’s also the first instant camera to come out in the past 20 years that can use the original Polaroid format film. But wait, there’s more! You can also use your cell phone as a remote trigger. If only Edwin Land could see his baby now. Go grab yours over in our custom Indoek Shop on Huckberry here:

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Welcome to our 27 Frames series. We sent 27 single use cameras out to some of our favorite photographers, they shot stuff with it, then mailed it back to us. We developed the film and are sharing the results with you (and the photographers) now. In this instant, digital age, we want to pay homage to a snapshot photo process we grew up with ourselves — waiting for the film to develop and being surprised by the results. These 27 Frames belong to Will Adler.

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CARAVAN is a range of folding furniture designed by Irish MFA student Eoin McNally, which can be used both in the home and for outdoor activities such as camping. The range is inspired by the emotional value of adventurous pursuits in nature. The range consists of a table and chair which can be used both in the home and when going on an adventure such as camping, a picnic or even for a garden party. These products were developed to remind the user of these fun experiences when at home, and to promote a positive emotional connection between the user and the objects. Constructed from ash timber, powder coated steel, waxed canvas and leather details the products are designed to wear and show, physical signs of usage.

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When I first started surfing, Chris Malloy was my favorite surfer, then it was Kieth, later it was Dan. It wasn’t just their style I was drawn to, but their sense of adventure, their low key attitude, humble-ness, DIY attitude – they just seemed like true badass waterman. Almost 20 years later, this video epitomizes everything I admire about these guys. Following in the footsteps of their father, the Malloy brothers have been blazing trails off the beaten path since before they knew how to stand up on a surfboard. Their love of adventure has brought them to remote beaches all over the globe, earned them spots at the top of the competitive surfing world, and fueled their endless exploration. Check out more awesome and inspiring videos from YETI and Farm League here:

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Harry Gesner, a 90-year-old maverick modern architect from Malibu, designs with a focus on the environment and a disregard for convention. Instead of taking up Frank Lloyd Wright’s offer to study at Taliesin, he spent years teaching himself the building trades, a DIY attitude that inspired his own unorthodox projects. Nearly born surfing—he was taught by lifeguards near his childhood home in Oxnard, California—€”it became his passion, and influenced the design of his most famous building, the copper shingle-crested Wave House, a frozen series of cresting roofs which he first sketched on the back of a surfboard with a grease pencil. Check out the full article on Curbed here:

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