Forces of nature form the playgrounds that challenge the members of ION’s international surfing, kitesurfing, windsurfing, wakeboarding, stand-up paddling and mountain biking team. No matter if board or bike, dirt or water – it is one crew surfing the elements at awesome places all around the globe. ‘Surfing Elements, Chapter III’ features extreme sports athletes […]
from craig anderson
Driving across Australia. Hunting uncrowded waves. I like how hard the spots are to get too. I like being mysto in the desert. I like being in the jungle.
EVERYTHING, EVERYONE, EVERYWHERE, ENDS.
Trevor Gordon’s Tail Fin Trials
from Ian Durkin
Trevor Gordon worked with shaper Ryan Lovelace to create four weird iterations of a finless surfboard. With nothing but curiosity and intuition guiding them, the boards were made with radical asymmetrical lines coming to a pointed tail on the toe side. The following is a showcase of Trevor’s trials with each board.
Surfing & Direction: TrevorGordonarts.com
Editing & Direction: IanDurkin.com
Film: ErinFeinblatt.com & KellenKeene.com
Pipeline Above & Below
Photographer Brent Bielmann and Aerial Filmer Eric Sterman collaborate to show two very different perspectives of one of the most famous waves on the planet, Pipeline. Starring Jamie O’brien, John John Florence, Koa Rothman, Flynn Novak, Stephen Kohne and more.
from Nathan Oldfield
Surfers: Erin Ashley, Leah Dawson, Lachlan Leckie & Eden Saul
First Unit Land & Water Cameras: Nathan Oldfield
Second Unit Land Camera: Macauley Rae
Edit: Nathan Oldfield
Music: ‘Sun Kissed’ by Permateens
Thank You Spring
from Vincent Duvignac
Spring is definitely the best time of the year in France. Days are longer, waves are better, and if you are lucky enough (or chasing it), sand-banks are well shaped. Vincent is always looking for the best sessions in his region, and was obviously awarded with 3 really good days. The kind of days you don’t want to miss!
Filmed and edited by Falling Angels Prod
La Danse Macabre – Craig Anderson
from Desillusion Magazine
Australian surfer and South African native Craig Anderson is possibly one of the best things to happen to surfing in recent years, bringing an incomparable style and aesthetic everytime he sets foot in the ocean. Desillusion Magazine editor in chief, Sebastien Zanella, spent a night following Craig, insomnia setting in, wandering on the east coast of New South Wales, Australia.
“La Danse Macabre” is a short experimental film between nightmares and reality, fiction and dreams.
Suported by Huf
Throughout the next few weeks, I plan on dropping a fresh clip from Hawaii each Friday. These clips will include top pros, adventures through out the Island, as well as members of the UNCW surf team ripping all over the North Shore. This first clip sets the tone perfectly. Although I was traveling the first […]