This is the first Surf Movie from our friends and Mediterranean surfer Alessio Poli!
Alessio remixed some of our surf clips taken from 2011 around Italy and Portugal and create e funny web movie.
HOPE YOU ENJOY IT!
"Tredici minuti o poco più; non sono tanti, non sono pochi…sono un tempo sufficientemente lungo per descrivere gran parte di un anno intero.
Quanto basta in immagini per dare un senso a un progetto tanto appassionato quanto lo è SurfCulture; il concentrato che da nuovi stimoli e nuova energia per ricominciare un anno nuovo.
Prima di ricominciare a lavorare per la stagione estiva la redazione di SurfCulture ha deciso di spolverare il suo archivio per far spazio a nuove immagini che raccontano le storie del nostro mare, avventure che, una dopo l’altra, danno un senso alla nostra ricerca.
Present Company, un remix d’immagini e suoni." Alessio Poli
In this Episode of Here Comes the Neighborhood, Mexican artists Saner and Sego collaborate on a mural for the Wynwood Walls. They create a colorful dreamscape together, building on themes that each of the artists have explored for years. Saner's interpretation of the work, and his poetic eloquence helps elevate the wall into an ethereal realm, while Sego, traveling to the United States for the first time, brings an astute attention to detail, and a stunning technique grounded in the complexities of the natural world. These Artists exemplify the power of art, both public and private, to function as a change agent, using this mural as a tool to reframe the worlds view of Mexico; from a dangerous narco state, to one of the most beautiful, mystical and transformative cultures in the world.
For more information on the artists featured in this episode visit their sites listed below.
Advertising Agency: Cutwater, San Francisco, USA
Executive Creative Director: Chuck McBride
Creative Director: Ali Grayeli
Art Director: Marcus Cross
Copywriter: Ray Connolly
Agency Producer: Mai Huynh
Director of Broadcast Content: Jennifer Golub
Editorial Company: Arcade, Los Angeles
Editor: Nathan Petty
Asst. Editor: Aaron Owen
Producer: Ali Reed
VFX Company: Ring of Fire, Santa Monica
Executive Producer: John Myers
VFX Supervisor/Creative Director: Jerry Spivack
VFX Producer: Casey Conroy
Asst. VFX Producer: Candace Niikura
Online Editors: Brian Shneider, Shelly Dutcher
Flame Artists: Brian Shneider, Shelly Dutcher, Trent Shumway, Brian Petras, Tony Graf, Renee Tymn
CG Artists: Andrew McMasters, Leigh Rens, Joe Langmuir
Graphics: Justin Sucara, Marvin Chua
Matchmoving: David Sudd, Paul Hopkins, PvP
Digital Matte Painter: Ron Gress
Colorists: Shelly Dutcher, Brian Shneider
Music/Sound Design: Human, Worldwide
Skaters: Matt Bennett, Greg Crain, Johnny Layton, Jordan Vititow,
Production Company: Rabbit, Bicoastal
Director/DP: + jacksonkarinja
Line Producer: Gian Colombo
Exec. Producers: Douglas Howell, Joby Barnhart
Aired: July 2010
Piccolo is a pocket-sized stand-alone CNC platform. For less than $70, you can assemble your personal Arduino-compatible kit for tinkering, developing and deploying basic 3D output. Be it plotting quick graffiti, printing a one-off business card on the fly, or multiple Piccolos working together to create a large mural, this kit provides a platform for experimenting with 2D or 3D digital fabrication at a small scale. This open-source design emphasizes simplicity, and is entirely composed of digitally manufactured components and inexpensive off-the-shelf hardware.