Love the energy in this latest instalment of projectDETOUR’s short film series featuring three trips and three destinations. Watch “California”, directed by David Bertschinger Karg, below!
Two days ago Kelly Slater got the surf world buzzing with an Instagram video proclaiming the existence of a wave that many thought was impossible. Kelly Slater Wave Company has spent the last decade creating what they’re calling the “longest, rideable open-barrel man made wave in the world”. Watch the video of Slater surfing the wave for the first time below.
Chill vibes in this one. Oregon looks really fun in the Spring! Watch the “Mediocre Madness” below.
Every week I try to send out some interesting links to our Booooooom Secret Email Club and if you’re one of the subscribers you saw the insane video of Spencer Seabrooke walking a highline (without a harness) 64m long and 291m high in Squamish, British Columbia. I live about an hour from this spot; it’s called The Chief. I’ve hiked the peaks many times, and it’s unfathomable to me that someone would stand at the top and consider doing this.
This new video below will give you much better context for the record-breaking feat. Filmmaker Levi Allen put together a fascinating portrait of the slacklining and highlining community in Vancouver, and documented Spencer as he worked his way up to breaking the free solo highline record. It’s also worth noting that Levi made this film while living out of his van, without any outside funding.
Watch the video “Untethered” below.
“Drawing Operations” is an ongoing collaboration between New York-based artist Sougwen Chung and a robotic arm called Drawing Operations Unit: Generation 1, (D.O.U.G._1). Together the two draw in synchronized performance, with D.O.U.G. mimicking Chung’s movements in real time using a ceiling-mounted camera and computer vision. The arm was designed in collaboration with developer Yotam Mann.
Watch the beautiful video below!
#SHOOTITYOURSELF, a new video series by #TheCreatorClass and Canon, features some of Instagram’s most popular photographers sharing some insights into how they create their signature images. In this episode, Dylan Furst (@fursty) explores some of the beautiful trails in Vancouver’s backyard.
Watch the video below!