April 15, 2014

2014 Woodward: Day in the Life of Chad Bartie


April 11, 2014



Tonight from 7-10, As Issued in Costa Mesa is hosting Alex Wasbin and Evan “Stink” Rossell for their collaborative show, Weird Fiction. Each was inspired by their respective grandparents who were artists as well: Alex’s grandmother worked in textiles (including at RVCA) and painting, while Evan’s grandfather was a cartoonist.


Shark Riders- If the title itself doesn’t make you click play, then I’m not sure what will.


April 7, 2014

GROOVE MOVE Premiere/DVD release party! Come one, come all! We’re having a premiere/party of epic proportions, folks. Thursday night we’ll be unveiling Jack Coleman’s latest surf-cinema masterpiece ‘Groove Move’ at the Lido Theatre in Newport Beach. Doors open at 7pm sharp, so get there early. After-party to be held at Blue Beet where groovy moves will be thrown down for an 80′s dance extravaganza. It’s going to be a red hot evening, and we’ll see you all there!


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A smooth edit by the name of ‘Nautilus’ fearuring the skating of Jake Reuter by filmmaker Matt Payne.


Nautilus from Matt Payne on Vimeo.

Arbor Skateboards :: Jasper Ohlson x The Backlash 37


Arbor Skateboards :: Jasper Ohlson x The Backlash 37 from Arbor Collective on Vimeo.

Living in San Diego California, Arbor team rider Jasper has been turning heads with his young talent. Although only 13 and continuing to hone in his skills, it is undeniable that he is on track to become one of the best freeriders in the scene.

Watch him show how the Backlash 37 is a perfect board for smaller riders who want to progress fast. From stand up slides to sidewalk slashes to bombing hills this board can do it all.

Enjoy the video, and see how this young gun is coming up!

April 6, 2014



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April 4, 2014

Who is JOB 4.0- In this episode JOB starts out by paying homage to the 1970′s as he rides a Gerry Lopez handshape single fin exactly how it should be ridden at perfect pipe. Then, JOB jumps back on more conventional equipment to put on an absolute show in flawless late season Pipe.


Mark Whalen – STRANDED – Merry Karnowsky Gallery – April 5th




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April 3, 2014

Winnie Truong / “Rites of Passage” 4/4 – 4/24, Galeri Benoni Copenhagen



Galeri Benoni
Store Kongensgade 40 st., 1264 Kbh. K – DK
+45 26225000 & +45 40893525

Rites of Passage / April 4  -April 24, 2014 / Galeri Benoni / Copenhagen
Rites of Passage is an exhibition that explores the transition from youth to oblivion. Truong’s incredibly detailed drawings playfully imagine the feeling of age and the precariousness of time as a surface extension of character. The subjects in her portraits are poised for no specific occasion, neither celebrating nor lamenting their experience of humanity and death. With the experience of getting older, personality and psyche are in a state of flux, making the feelings of growth and decay simultaneous and ambiguous. The rites of passage then become unclear, leaving mortality to be donned and adorned by these characters merely as ornament.

Winnie Truong lives and works in Toronto where she received her BFA from OCAD University. Working exclusively in pencil crayon, Truong’s practice continues to explore the possibilities of large-scale drawing and the expressiveness of hair as subject in her art.
Truong has been featured in numerous art publications, blogs, and magazines. Her work can be seen in the N.Y times, the cover of Hi-Fructose Magazine and in Walk The Line : Art of Drawing. She has been shown at Volta fair N.Y., and Art Toronto. Her work is in the collection of the Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art in KA, and Doris McCarthy Gallery at the University of Toronto.

Rites of Passage is a show that marks the grand opening of the newest gallery in Cph. to explore the versatility of young and upcoming artists,  working within a wide range of mediums.  We hope to see you the 4/4 from 17-19 where the artist will be present. Drinks will be served. We look forward to welcome you.

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