Ocean Rhythms – Surf movie Classic a film by Steve Core

Posted by on Apr 16, 2009 in News, Reviews |

Ocean Rhytms is a classic old surf flick shot in 16mm by 70’s surf photography legend Steve Core. With incredible vintage footage of MP, Rabbit and P.T in their primes. these guys were the original Cooly kids Steve has recently had the movie remasterd to digital and its now available on DVD . You can purchase a copy by clicking here on Ocean Artwork or check out Steve’s new site UtmostSpirit.com. Below is a the original review published in TRACKS in 1975 written...

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Sneak preview of new clothing label ‘Sirens of the Sea’

Posted by on Mar 29, 2009 in News, RANDOM GALLERIES, Reviews |

‘Sirens of the Sea’ is a  brand new clothing label from Pro surfer Samantha Cornish and her partner Kate. Ive been working on surf shots with Sam a bit this year. So when she rang me late last week and asked if I could come up to North Stradbroke to get a few shots of her new designs. I thought why not?? Sam and Kate had lined up 3 beautiful local girls Ella, Josie and Stacey for the shoot. As well as being lookers, these girls are all hot surfers.. These tops...

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In search of Michael Peterson a Review by Martin Tullemans

Posted by on Mar 25, 2009 in Kirra, News, Reviews, Snapper Rocks |

The release and premiere of the movie ‘Searching for Michael Peterson’ truly struck a bottom turn in my heart. It was not your usual pump up the hydraulic plumbing macho fluid stuff. Sure the rip tear and lacerate of ‘MP’ the father of modern high performance surfing was…….  oh yeah baby!!!…. Show me the money!!!  But it also had a humanity   and respect for Michael’s condition that set it a cut above. Jolyon Hoff the producer needs to be applauded and...

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Michael Peterson, Classic old Collectible autographed photos of MP taken by Legendary Photographer Marty Tullemans

Posted by on Mar 20, 2009 in Kirra, News, Reviews |

Michael Peterson or MP as he was known, was the best surfer in the world for three years in the early seventies.No arguments there!! Every contest he entered he won. He was, without a doubt the most dominant force in surfing at the time. Unfortunately the demons that taunted him made him less than appealing to the power brokers in the fledgling Pro Surfing circuit. Michael shunned the limelight and was only keen to take the money and run… in return he was shunned by...

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Posted by on Feb 1, 2009 in News, Reviews |

The first time I saw Tim Bonython was at the North Cronulla pub, I think it was 1979…… He was travelling around Australia with a projector screening his super 8 films. One of my mates christened him Tim ‘Monty Python’. Not exactly a compliment on his comedic abilities but more a jealous dig because of the interest his girlfriend was showing in the young blonde, film maker from ‘out of town..’ Tim would talk live commentary through the...

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Wooden Surfboards.. Wood is alive! Foam is dead!

Posted by on Dec 30, 2008 in News, Reviews |

We’ve all heard the claim ‘He could ride an ironing board or a door he’s such a good surfer’. In Taj Burrow’s Video from a few years ago called ‘Fair Bits’. Taj, Kelly and a few others surf an assortment of wooden crafts such as doors and even a coffee table! It seems that in the last 1-2 years there has been resurgence in riding these old style wooden planks. (Not so much the coffee tables! Ha ha ) They look just like the old Hawaiian wooden boards from centuries ago....

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