LOVE BUZZ by Haydenshapes

By: Haydenshapes Surfboards
Source: http://vimeo.com/haydenshapes

LOVE BUZZ. Creed McTaggart’s first signature surfboard model by Haydenshapes. A performance short board design described as the ‘Love Child’ of the Hypto Krypto and The Ando model, the Love Buzz design blends surface area, rocker and performance curves to create a very all-round, fast and flowing short board.

This footage was captured on a recent Haydenshapes team trip on the South Coast of NSW, starring Creed McTaggart with a cameo appearance by Craig Anderson.

The LOVE BUZZ is available for purchase now.

www.haydenshapes.com

Music – ‘Love Buzz’ by Shocking Blue, remix by Ursula 1000
Produced & Edited by Hayden Cox, Danielle Foote & Jay Grant.
Contributors – Beren Hall, Jack Grom.

Sojourn Trailer

By: Nathan Oldfield
Source: http://vimeo.com/nathanoldfield

‘Sojourn’ is a feature film from independent filmmaker Nathan Oldfield, the creator of the award winning left of centre surf films ‘Lines From a Poem’, ‘Seaworthy’ and ‘The Heart & The Sea’, as well as the recent cinematic gem ‘Gathering’ presented by Tracks Productions.

‘Sojourn’ features a diverse group of international surfers from around the globe. Join Soli Bailey, Chris Del Moro, Brad Gerlach, Aamion Goodwin, Dylan Graves, Dane Gudauskas and Dave Rastovich as they explore Indian Ocean delights off the coast of Sumatra aboard the good ship ‘Mangalui Ndulu’.

‘Sojourn’ is a beautifully crafted documentary about the camaraderie, joy, mystery and magic that unfolds when an eclectic group of surfers are brought together in the world’s richest wave playground.

‘Sojourn’ is on sale with the December issue of Tracks Magazine – available from the 27th of October 2014.

The song in this trailer is called ‘Reckless Youth’ by Tropical Zombie, available on iTunes.

I Had Too Much To Dream Last Night

By: Deus Customs
Source: http://vimeo.com/deuscustoms

Deus ex Machina in collaboration with Raen are super stoked to present the latest occular extraviganza, ‘I HAD TOO MUCH TO DREAM LAST NIGHT’.

To give you the good oil, 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. Connected by ribbons of tarmac and separated by deep ocean valleys these islands have been here for millennia and will continue to do so for millennia to come. An veritable eden for waves of every nature, from long reeling glassy points breaks to sketchy urchin infested waves in the middle of nowhere.

Art & Surf culture