Indoek Log

Calling all surf richers from Malibu to Montauk with a ton of disposable income and an interest in the finer things in life, your new product has arrived. The Octovo surfboard line has been designed by Ammunition (in collaboration with Jason Tilley), the design firm behind Square and Beats By Dre – oh yeah, they make luxury surf stuff now too. You know who you are; the 20-30 something tech startup guy, or the 50 something coastal real estate mogul / investor, you drive a new Land Rover or Range Rover, probably have a spare vintage Bronco for weekend beach day trips too. Here it is! Finally, a board suited to your high design aesthetic and taste level. And the best part is, they’re only $3,000 – $3,600! You make that much before breakfast. Learn more about Octovo and how to purchase the boards in the link below. Oh, and what else could go better with one of these beauties than our own luxurious surf product, the Indoek Wax Kit :)
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New on Vimeo On Demand, “Everybody Street” illuminates the lives and work of New York’s iconic street photographers and the incomparable city that has inspired them for decades. The documentary pays tribute to the spirit of street photography through a cinematic exploration of New York City, and captures the visceral rush, singular perseverance and at times immediate danger customary to these artists. Looks like another must see from Alldayeveryday.
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Considered as one of the best surfers in the world, Dane Reynolds is the embodiment of a surf revival. An aerial, creative surf without compromise. He may even be the best thing to happen to surfing in the last decade. Desillusion Magazine’s editor in chief Sebastien Zanella followed Dane from Hawaii through to his hometown Ventura in California, to get an true insight of his life away from the spotlight.
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Surf Site Tin Type is a new book by Joni Sternbach, known in the surf world for her stunning series of tintype portraits of surfers called, Surfland. Her new book includes essays by Lyle Rexer, noted critic and author, April Watson, Curator of Photography at The Nelson-Atkins Museum and champion surfers, writers, and filmmakers Chris Malloy and Johnny Abegg. Help her get it produced and score an advance copy by supporting her Kickstarter here:
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No, it’s not some obscure gangster reference, Marcos & Paz Mafia are a brother sister duo who have a rad bag company based in Argentina. Born out of Marcos’s love for kiteboarding, the concept is to repurpose sails into backpacks, totes, wallets and pretty much any other carry item you can think of. Help Mafia get there products to be made here in the good ol’ U.S. of A. by donating to their Kickstarter here:
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Premiering during the U.S. Open of Surfing on July 31st, “Strange Rumblings In Shangri La” is Joe G’s latest surf odyssey masterpiece for Globe. Featuring the usual suspects like Dion, Creed, Nate, Yadin, Taj, the Hobgoods, and more, this new adventure extends to the frigid waves of Iceland, exotic islands off the coast of Brazil, deep Indo, as well as Europe and Mozambique. Can’t wait to see this one!

Victory Press is hosting a Pop Up in Los Angeles through the end of July at Space 1520. Come give them a nice warm, Angelino welcome at their party tonight from 7-10 PM to celebrate the opening! And remember to buy their rad shit here too:
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Tomorrow night, Saturday 14th, Smash will be hosting the NY premiere of I Had Too Much to Dream Last Night at The Villian Space in Williamsburg. The movie follows the simplistic travels of two surfers, meeting friends along the way, on an open ended journey across an archipelago littered with islands and breaks. The film screening is free and open to the public. Doors open at 6PM with a performance by Bad Girlfriend and the screening at 8PM.
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I was just looking for a good laugh this manic Monday afternoon and remembered this little gem by Peter Smith-Buchanan that pokes good fun at the urban artisanal movement. As a public request to all you hip furniture designers and urban craftsmen out there; I am still just waiting for someone to re-design the shit out of a toilet. A hand-crafted, designer crapper would be hilarious and also amazing. Put me on the mailing list and let me know when it’s ready for pre-order.