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‘Catch the Moment!’ makes those instants in sport you could not see until today into a fascinating adventure thanks to a special highspeed camera shooting up to 1000 frames a second. ‘Catch the Moment’ portrays athletes from all over the world like American long board surfer Kassia Meador. Considered one of the most stylish and graceful professional long boarders, Kassia has also made a name for herself as a photographer and constantly embarks on new creative endeavours. Residing in Oceanside California, Kassia travels the world for surf and photography trips trying to catch the moment most days of her life.

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With the winter storm season approaching and big north swells on the way, it’s time for Clark Little to go to work — in what might be the world’s most unusual job for an artist.

Little, a former botanical gardens supervisor and big-wave surfer from Hawaii, has gained fame as an artist photographing monstrous waves at Oahu’s Waimea Bay — from the inside, looking out   …  Great pictures and more

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San Francisco, California — Keith Malloy’s directorial debut film, Come Hell Or High Water, will premiere in San Francisco on Friday, November 4 at Save The Waves Film Festival. Tickets to Save The Waves Film Festival are now available for purchase online at www.savethewaves.org/filmfestival – be sure to get your tickets soon.

Californian Keith Malloy steps out for his debut feature film in this unique exploration of bodysurfing. This is perhaps the greatest surfing film ever made, and not a single surfboard appears in it. Nearly anyone who has  …  More

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We recently caught wind of a graffiti artist named Silent Hobo out of England that does some sick work and incorporates BMX into his paintings. We hit him up to get a gallery of art along with a short interview to learn more about the man behind the spray can.

What came first, BMX or art?
The art came first. It was always something I did when I was little. I used to  …  Pictures and more

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