Acid Drops – Episode 1 – Jason Dill by Matt Box
Wonderful animation. From Unreal Estate “The first in a series of hand painted studies that aim to psychedelically capture the individual styles of influential skateboarder. Animation – Matt Box , Music – ‘Fawn’ by Tom Waits”. Published October 2011.
Cobblestone Slipperies // Dane Peterson by Nathan Oldfield
The joy of slide and glide…great skill looking effortless… Published October 2010.
Dogs Run Free by Jolyon Hoff
A short clip from the super-8 film Dogs Run Free. The film was shot in the early 1970’s at Kirra, Burleigh Heads and Snapper Rocks. Music – Cruising Downwind from the album “Pictures of the Coast” by Peter Howe and Tim Gaze. Published March 2009.
Johnny Marr – “The Messenger”
Released February 2013.
Posted on December 22nd, 2012 in inkydeep by inkydeep
Charlie White and Boom Bip – “Sabrina”
From the “Music For Sleeping Children” album, published October 2012
“Music for Sleeping Children is an experimental collaboration between internationally recognized visual artist Charlie White and Mercury-nominated musician and producer Boom Bip (also known as Bryan Hollon).”
This may be inkydeep’s song and video of the year.
Larry Bertlemann 16mm Shredding – Circa 1970.
“Courtesy of theSURFnetwork, this episode of Sea Movies features 70′s North Shore standout Larry Bertlemann. Known for his low, compact turns and explosive above the lip “Larry-als,” He has been credited by the Dogtown crew as the single most influential person on their skating. When those guys were sinking into their boards on concrete curves, doing laybacks or looking to rise above the lip of their pool they were thinking of Larry. This clip provides a window into the future of surfing and skateboarding from that time period as he puts his “stinger” design shortboard through its paces.”
New Order – “Temptation”
From the album Substance, released August 1987.
Love, love, love New Order…
Super 8mm NO.1
From Future Enigma, uploaded January 2012
“Random Footage from 2011,including Bali and various locations throughout California.”
Shipsterns by Dave Otto
Shipsterns Bluff. Wednesday 26 October 2011. Be sure to watch this in full screen mode…
A new exhibition “Endless Summer – the evolution of surfing” opens Saturday 21 July at the Plymouth City Museum & Art Gallery and runs through to the 6 October 2012.
From the Plymouth City Council web site;
“Explore the evolution of surfing in our region and see how different elements of the sport have developed since the early 1900s.
Surfing and its influences are part of everyday life for many people and this exhibition will explore the evolution of this extreme sport in our region.
A timeline, interactives, paintings by artist Kurt Jackson, boards from private collectors and the Museum of British Surfing plus images and vintage magazine covers from renowned surf photographer, Alex Williams will show how different elements of the sport have evolved since the early 1900s.
The exhibition will also include a woodblock print, on loan from Cheltenham Art Gallery & Museum, of ‘The Wave’ by Katsushika Hokusai. This iconic print is one of the most reproduced artworks in the world and the subject of an episode of the 2010 radio series, ‘A History of the World in 100 Objects’.”
“Alex Williams created this project book as a student at Plymouth College of Art and Design in the mid-1970s. The original book will be displayed as part of ‘Endless Summer: The Evolution of Surfing”.
Images used with the kind permission of Alex Williams.
inkydeep is a surf clothing company offering those with a love of surfing, surf lifestyle and surf culture quality garments with original, exciting graphics inspired by the origins of surfing and the origins of waves and a love of the sea.