Tipping Barrels

Tipping Barrels

Tipping Barrels takes you into the deep wilderness in the northern temperate rainforest along the border between British Columbia, Canada and Alaska. Brothers Arran and Reid Jackson enjoy the diverse scenery, wildlife and waves as they learn more about this global treasure. In addition to the adventure, the video provides a look into the environmental…

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Stop Filming Me and The Others Around

Stop Filming Me and The Others Around

This is the second part of a portrait series done by our own Erik Derman. Filmed in Mexico, California, and Nicaragua. If you missed Erik’s previous portrait piece on Trestles, be sure to check it out here. Also, this Saturday, December 10th, Erik and Cyrus will be featuring some of their recent art at an…

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Hello Haro

Hello Haro

Whether he’s sliding on a finless board or noseriding a log, Harrison Roach is as smooth as silk. Filmmaker Nat Lanyon captures some recent sliding with Harrison which further show why is he is one of the best longboarders on the planet. To stay up to date with Nat’s photo and video work, follow him…

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Artist Interview: Emilio Perez

Artist Interview: Emilio Perez

Born in New York, raised in Miami and now based in Brooklyn, Emilio Perez’s has a very unique style of art. His paintings are created via a signature process that entails painting sheets of enamel, latex and acrylic in different hues onto wood panels and then, using an x-acto blade, slicing away at and removing…

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PROFESSIONal: Eric Arakawa Surfboard Shaper

PROFESSIONal: Eric Arakawa Surfboard Shaper

Eric Arakawa talks about his path and passion for surfing and the craft of building surfboards that has led him to being one of the top shapers on the planet. By following his passion for surfing, he left school and took on a career that has allowed him to build surfboards for some of the…

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Surfing and Sharks

Surfing and Sharks

Although they are one of the most feared aspects of the sea, the intrigue that sharks bring is beyond almost any other species of animal in the world. Their fighter-jet like outline, and mysterious way in the ocean brings them a lot of attention, from Chuck Patterson’s GoPro video on his SUP to even the…

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Artist Interiew: Maggie Marsek

Artist Interiew: Maggie Marsek

Although photographer Maggie Marsek grew up in Wisconsin, far from any salt water, her connection to the sea began early on with visits to both Florida and California. After attending Savannah College of Art and Design in Georgia, she moved to San Diego and was quickly surrounded by the beach culture and more importantly, surfing….

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Shape | Schralp

Shape | Schralp

Ryan Lovelace knows how to shape a surfboard that works. Trevor Gordon knows how to ride a surf board with style. Together, they shape and schralp as Ryan mows out a fresh v.Bowls model and Trevor flows his 7’10” along some California peelers.

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