Weekly Round Up // March 11th – 17th

Check out what you missed this week:

AUDIO INTERVIEW WITH JACK COLEMAN

It might be easy to dismiss Jack’s films as drug-induced, “hipsteresque” montages of nostalgia and surf porn, but after exploring his whole body of work and recognizing his artistic progression, it’s pretty obvious that the craft runs a bit deeper than simply doing hoodrat stuff with bros on the beach. 

Check out the interview here: http://korduroy.tv/blog/2013/audio-interview-with-jack-coleman

EXHIBITIONISTS: ACID TRIP

Today’s Exhibitionists takes a slight departure from the established structure to take you on an acid trip with an artist from the 1950’s. This breakdown was spotted on the Tumblr Vatican Cameos. The images are time-stamped and feature quotes from the artist, so you can easily follow along on this trip. It looks like 2 hours and 45 minutes after taking the dose is when reality really starts to bend. And of course, what’s an acid trip without the Beatles?

Check it out here: http://korduroy.tv/blog/2013/exhibitionists-acid-trip

OUTSIDE INSPIRATION DANIEL CROCKETT

English surfer and writer, Daniel Crockett, is a man who, in the scope of art and literature, wears many hats. Crockett’s diverse interests are an obvious result of his eclectic list of influencers – writers, filmmakers, progressive thinkers, musicians, and elusive surfers.

Check it out here: http://korduroy.tv/blog/2013/outside-inspiration-daniel-crockett

AFTER THE FACT: SAN DIEGO SURF LADIES BOARD SHORTS FILM FEST

Last weekend, the San Diego Surf Ladies hosted the second-annual Board Shorts Film Festival featuring nine shorts from international artists, all inspired by women. So we hit them up for a brief Q&A after the fact. Here’s what we learned.

Check out the interview here: http://korduroy.tv/blog/2013/after-the-fact-san-diego-surf-ladies-board-shorts-film-fest

PHOTO GALLERY WITH GARY PARKER

Remember Gary Parker? We introduced you to him and his “quest through the deep unknown” a few weeks back in an Auditoriumfeature. He’s agreed to share packages of pictures with us along his journey, so today we bring you shots from his recent trips to Mexico and Panama. Enjoy.

Check the gallery here: http://korduroy.tv/blog/2013/photo-gallery-with-gary-parker

AUDITORIUM WITH CESAR ANCELLE-HANSEN

After doing a bit of digging into Cesar’s art and life, Carlos discovered that he is 36 and based in the south of France, willing to work with any kind of camera he can grab. Of his work, Carlos says, “His shots are artsy, magic, dreamy and mystic. They really make you feel powerful things inside.

Check out the auditorium here: http://korduroy.tv/blog/2013/auditorium-with-cesar-ancelle-hansen

HOW TO TRAVEL BAJA: PART 1, GEAR BY WHAT IS WEST

On Feb. 1, Justin DeShields and Bryan Morales set off on foot to journey from San Diego to the end of the Baja Peninsula – 1,000 miles. Before they set off on their journey, they gave us a breakdown of the essentials that they’ll be traveling with. 

Check ou the ‘How To’ here: http://korduroy.tv/blog/2013/how-to-travel-baja-by-what-is-west-part-1-gear

HOW TO BUILD A MOBILE SURFBOARD-BUILDING CLASSROOM

Mike LaVecchia and Brad Anderson, owners of Grain Surfboards, have set up aKickstarter campaign to raise the funds necessary for outfitting their mobile classroom: a truck suitable for sleeping in, and a trailer large enough to fit tools, gear, shaping stands, and boards. To raise extra support for their campaign, which ends next Thursday, Mike has put together a tutorial explaining the ethos of Grain Surfboards and how the crew plans to make this road trip a success.

Check out the ‘How To’ here: http://korduroy.tv/blog/2013/how-to-build-a-mobile-surfboard-building-classroom

CANNING: BLOG ROLL

As we continue sharing canning ideas and resources this week, we thought it would be good to put together a list of blogs that dedicate the bulk of their content to canning. There is a huge canning community that is ready and waiting for you to get going. 

Check out the list here: http://korduroy.tv/blog/2013/canning-blog-roll

CANNING FOR BREAKFAST, LUNCH, DINNER

Here’s an eclectic menu of things canned, jellied, jarred, pickled, and preserved to make any meal of the day more delectable. Prepare these goods in season, and reap their tasty rewards year-round.
 

CANNING SALSA: INSTRUCTIONS

This salsa recipe came to us from Shawn Zappo, a surfer, skater, musician, writer and Vegan chef from Monmouth County, New Jersey. 

Check out the recipe here: http://korduroy.tv/blog/2013/canning-salsa-recipe-and-instructions

ANYONE CAN CAN: SWEET PICKLED RED ONION

Brittany Carson, a San Diego native and current LA resident, bides her time dodging traffic jams and hosting dinner parties. She’s sent us a pickling how-to as a creative way to get your friends together. 

Check it out here: http://korduroy.tv/blog/2013/anyone-can-can-sweet-pickled-red-onion

FIG JAM AND QUINCE PRESERVES

Clara Abello has submitted her version of homemade membrillo, a Spanish snack made from quince, a fruit that resembling a cross between an apple and a pear. Argentines have a sweeter take on membrillo (theirs has more sugar than fruit), but regardless of how the paste is made, it’s really tasty. It’s not quite jam or jelly, but membrillo’s rich flavor and cool name makes it a fun snack to serve.

Check it out here: http://korduroy.tv/blog/2013/fig-jam-and-quince-preserves

QUIVER OF THE WEEK: MARCH 9-15

A nice collection of wood from this week’s Quiver selection from Greg Melega in Long Beach Island, New Jersey.

Check it out the dimensions here: http://korduroy.tv/blog/2013/quiver-of-the-week-march-9-15 



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