Friday, October 31, 2008

Backside Stubbin'


We've scored pretty well over the past couple weeks with the waves. Here is my buddy Ken setting up a clean north eastern barrel, going backside on a 2 + 1 stubbie I made for him a while back. The cute little hand foiled marine ply side bite you see peeking out of the water is identical to the one on the other side. Both are the work of Master Craftsman Daniel Partch.

Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Hippie Jackson



Not all hippies play hacky sack. Some skate.

Sunday, October 26, 2008

Japan Stoked!

This is my friend Tomohisa Fujita. He is a photographer/surfer that lives in Japan. I met Tomo during the summer, when Canham, Ando and Pickle did there tour of Japan and then came to NY to pay us a visit. Remember that night? Anyhow Tomo was one of the traveling photographers that was documenting the Californians trip around the globe. He was super stoked! Tomo even gave me one of his photos and autographed it for me! I have it hanging in the shaping room. These are photos of him sliding on his 5'9 Grey Ghost single fin.
(Photos of Tomo were captured by his buddy Hide)







These are some of Tomo's photography. 



Friday, October 24, 2008

On the Road



"The Examination of a Witch" Salem Ma. 1692

Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Don't forget...

...your thrusters.

Mad Max infront of the thunder dome, showing off his new Maurice Cole. Heavy single caves for heavy shredding! Look out for Mad Max in the shorey shredding a peak near you!


Mister Maurice Cole himself.

Tuesday, October 7, 2008

Lemon Love





This is a custom for my home slicer Dee Bo. I posted this thing when I shaped it way back.  This is his first custom/hand shape and to be honest I was quite honored to shape his first custom board. Dee Bo stuck around for the whole shaping session and we collaborated until we got the rails and the caves just right for him. Word on the street is that the board works really well. I'm stoked that your stoked! Enjoy it and Party on Wayne!

Monday, October 6, 2008

HB Style

Sunday, October 5, 2008

Vaquero de la playa




John "Dubstar" Schultz owning it back side on his 6'7 Choice Quad Fish. Schultz is a good buddy and an extremely stylish surfer. Homeboy never runs out of style! 

Photo respect to Ron Hamilton

Of urethane and wood..



C. Lamb of Supreme New York working the wood plank, while J. Cups manages the looker. Homeboys of the LES holding it down.

Thursday, October 2, 2008