by Liberty Sage Edman | Jul 27, 2015
Join us, this Thursday, July 30th at The Wayfarer down in Costa Mesa for the US Open of Surfing. This event will be co-sponsored by our friends at Active Rideshop and Dry Bar for a night of killer tunes and good vibes. Spirit Snake will be hitting the stage at 9pm, followed by Bijoux, Curt Reynolds, and Tropicool. Come on by for some seriously stiff drinks and good company!
When: Thursday, July 30th (9PM - 2AM)
Address: 843 W. 19th Street Costa Mesa CA 92627
Curt Reynolds DJ Set for Wicket Paradisecast
by Ryan M | Jul 17, 2015
Coming up on July 25th (9:00am - 4:00pm) at the Venice Skate Park, we're sponsoring Life Rolls On Foundation's (LRO) 5th annual "They Will Skate Again" event & contest. Every year we partner with Life Rolls On to help host They Will Skate Again adaptive skating workshop, pro skate exhibition and adaptive skate competition.
Join us as a volunteer (sign up at: liferollson.org/tour-cities/venicebeach ) and get one of our Ezekiel x LRO limited T-Shirts or come and watch from the rail as participants from different levels of assisted mobility hang out, skate, and compete for prizes and bragging rights. Be sure to stop by the Ezekiel Booth for games and giveaways at the interactive festival village. Over the past few years we’ve seen appearances from skate legends Jay Adams, Bob Burnquist, Christian Hosoi and stars including Grayson Fletcher, Scott Can, and Sal Masekela.
See our wrap-up from last year's event!
by Ryan M | Jul 01, 2015
by Ryan M | Jun 26, 2015
Inspired by lignite, mudstone, siltstone, shale, laterite, you're invited to wander through the Painted Hills featuring Ezekiel’s Fall 2015 Collection.
Photography - Juliette Cassidy
by Ryan M | May 30, 2015
by Ryan M | Apr 27, 2015
The Baja Case Study
Baja Mexico acts as a cerebral counter transistor for the urban wave slider, an alcove to escape the major metropolitan buzz and cultural animosity in favor of more restorative physical and psychological climates. The Baja Case Study is being conducted by Ezekiel Surf Club members Kip Armstong and Kyle Kennelly who seek a deeper understanding of abstractions existing within the flex filed. The two scientists gathered empirical evidence pertinent to contemporary theories on the drive vs. drag optimization in an effort to uncover further truths that lie deep within the classical theories of the Gothic Dolphin Path. An analysis of 9 flex fins across 5 displacement hulls yielded 45 pairings, a sample size that has been deemed adequate by the Association of Displacement Hull Scientists (ADHS) for purposes of making accurate conclusions regarding generalizable applications for stoke maximization. The Ezekiel Surf Club is currently running their statistical analysis on the Baja Case Study, their conclusions will be examined by the ADHS and, upon approval, will be published in the Quarterly Journal of Convex Bottom Contours. Initial readings on the Stoke Regression Equations suggest a positive and statistically significant relationship between the outcome variable, Stoke (S*), and the explanatory variables: Hulliness, Flexiness, Fin Base Width, Fin Front Foil Thickness, and Good Vibes; although, the Stoke and Good Vibes variables seem to exhibit properties of simultaneous causality. Perhaps the most surprising evidence suggests that high levels of stoke can be achieved on a Mandala Dark Crystal Inspired hull with miniature side fins and no center fin. Here we have provided photographic samples from the field study.
by Ryan M | Mar 10, 2015
Over a month ago we threw a little afterparty with our friends at WAX Magazine to celebrate our collaboration for the LA Art Book Fair. Big thanks to our gracious hosts at Brendan Ravenhill Studio in LA.
Here's what it looked like:
Here's what is sounded like. Tunes courtesy of our friend SHINN:
by Ryan M | Feb 03, 2015
by Ryan M | Jan 27, 2015
We're proud to be partnering with WAX Magazine for a limited edition publication at The LA Art Book Fair at The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA. We let our friends at WAX Mag interpret All We Have is Now into a collectible publication. An attempt to get to the heart of now.
The show runs from Thursday 1/29 to Sunday 2/1.
Free and open to the public, Printed Matter’s LA Art Book Fair is a unique event for artists’ books, catalogs, monographs, periodicals, and zines presented by more than 250 presses, antiquarians, artists, and independent publishers from over 20 countries.
The NOW Reader collaboration piece is free for anyone who comes by Thursday through Sunday, but will be limited to first come.
by Ryan M | Jan 23, 2015