Damn, this trailer’s awesome.
The Bank has a rad feature up about Andrew Jackson’s signature frame from Wethepeople. The riding edit is really dope and the whole mini-site is pretty awesome, giving you all the info you’ll need on the C.R.E.A.M. frame. Check it out here.
Jaz Clark hit us up with a great collection of photos of the London trail scene shot over the past few years. “Theres a few famous faces that ride the trails but I wanted to concentrate on the regular locals, to look at the vibe that everyone has when they’re in the woods and the relationships between us all, and try to capture some of that feeling that inspires so many of us to go digging in the wet and cold months between those precious summers. I’m by no means the most loyal digger and last year my riding was sporadic thanks to work but its days like these that get me through the year.”
You can check out more great work from Jaz on his site - amiwheel.com
Gary Young. Hell Yeah!!
Prupl Brand launched their new website as well as a really great edit last week. Their design and look is really dope and I love their hand drawn logo. Check out the Purpl site here and keep reading to see some of their t-shirts and a great edit they put together to coencide with the launch of their site.
We have teamed up with Root Cases, who have been advertising on the site for the past month, to put together a iPhone photo contest and give away a few really dope wood cases iPhone 4 cases that retail for $60! All you need to do is post your best iPhone photo to the wall of the event page on our Facebook. There will be 5 winners, the contest ends on March 14th, and we are only accepting one photo per person.
We are super excited about the contest and can’t wait to see what you guys send in! Make sure to post your photos to the event wall HERE and good luck!
Jared Souney recently produced this video of esteemed graphic designer Aaron Draplin for YoBeat Magazine and it’s must see. Though he primarily talks about snowboarding through part one of this two part feature, there are some interesting parallels between the two industries and Draplin’s colorful personality keeps it entertaining the whole way though.
Here’s Corning’s look at the future. On one hand our lives look so much easier and more efficient because of the technology; on the other hand these people don’t go five seconds without touching a screen and the wife can’t even leave the driveway before swiping the navi ten or twenty times.
I like that the video tries to diffuse the predictable “no one has real conversations anymore” response by focusing on how their technology can help you stay in touch with the grandparents and hang with your kids in the morning and have so much time to spare that you can make breakfast from scratch, but dang. Can the future please have a little more style? The daughters’ uniforms indicate that future families will be able to afford private school, but the dad’s 1/4 zip fleece indicates that all the technology in the world can’t give you taste.