Definition: Snowboarding -- Teaser Two
Seems like one teaser just isn't enough for anyone these days. At least it isn't a teaser for a teaser. That said, "Definition: Snowboarding" is a highly ambitious project that aims to, well, define snowboarding, through interviewing riders from all "genres" of the sport. This is the kind of project that can come off as super cheesy if done wrong, or provide some real insight if done right.
Jeremy Jones' "Higher": Trailer 2
It's getting close--the final installment of Jeremy Jones' trilogy is touring the globe in a little more than a month. Here's the final teaser for what should be an epic film from our friends at Teton Gravity Research...
Wyld Instinct's "Tortoise": Exclusive Online Video Premiere, Interview and Photo Gallery
Wyld Instinct started as an ambiguous movement—a sketchy idea combined with a willingness to send. Two years ago, Ryan Finder opted to travel and follow his passion for snowboarding instead of going for a nine to five. He drove to Mt. Hood, OR from his home in Asheville, NC and spent a summer working at Mount Hood Ski and Snowboard Camp. From there, he decided to put a name to his journey, calling it Wyld Instinct. He taught himself how to film and edit, gathered up the homies and hit the road. They became the epitome of a grassroots crew, living in their cars, couch surfing from one location to the next, snowboarding every day and hustling for food and gear...
Windell's Session 5 Video
In the Windell's Session 5 Video we get a high ollie contest, forest fire haze, and on onslaught of high speed jibbing. And oh yeah, have you heard of Cody Lee? Judging by his two clips, the kid's got unique style.
Skatin On Em Season Edit: Boarding by the Vegas Strip
You may remember the Skatin On Em crew from our Las Vegas feature in Issue 11.1. Here's their season edit--more or less 20 minutes of park shredding above the strip.
Chris Brunkhart's NYC Print Sale
As you may have read in his recent interview, Photo Emeritus Chris Brunkhart has settled into New York City life. He recently completed his first body of work from NYC, "One Year. One City." It's definitely worth a look. He has signed archival prints available for $100. We think that's a great deal. Get yours today at http://www.chrisbrunkhart.com/nycprints.