During our journey we often come across work that inspires us, whether it's artwork on our boards, a book we've discovered on our travels or a video shared by friends. Here you will find a curation of everything we hope will inspire you too.


Launching in London on February 6th before heading to venues across the UK, the Adevnture Uncovered film festival showcases award-winning filmmakers and explores the grit, diversity, challenges and triumphs of adventure's lesser-known tales. The first leg on the Festival tour kicks off on the 6th Feb in London, more details can be found HERE.

BBCo x AudioStage

We teamed up with the guys over at AudioStage who are working with some new up and coming talented musicians and artists. Audiostage are a music production and promotion company whose goal is simple, push great music from all genres to the masses whilst making sure musicians are rewarded for their work. Audiostage record live sets of talented, mainly unheard of artists and share it through their website, youtube and social media at no cost to the musician. If you want to freshen up your playlist or discover someone new you can check these guys out HERE


A freeski movie by Dendrite Studios and Kye Petersen

Quite possibly one of the best freeski movies around this year! Numinous explores the relationships and connections with the natural world that are necessary to safely dance with mountain faces covered in snow. Tuning out and tuning in. Shot exclusively in British Columbia, Numinous follows Kye and a cadre of fellow snow-sliders into the heart of the some of the most aesthetic and demanding landscapes around.


At the crossroads of two opposite worlds, the street & the beach, Desillusion magazine pays tribute to youth & a subculture raised on a surf and/orskateboard.

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The bible to the new foodie scene taking over Cornwall. From beach BBQ's to foraged ingredients this beautifully designed book takes a look at some of the coolest small foodie businesses in Cornwall.

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W A Y E A S T | Trailer

2010 Freeride World Tour Champion, Lena; professional freeskier, filmmaker Mathias Koegel, and local guide and photographer Aaron Jamieson - met in Hokkaido to prepare for a late winter sojourn. Equipped with skis and boards for all kinds of waves and snow, they set off in search of the famous Japanese powder snow and perfect waves but also to discover the reality of life in Japan, post-Fukushima.


Probably one of the best independent motorbike magazines out there. Each edition is beautifully designed and covers everything from cult movies to road trips, off-road adventures, art and photography

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Quite possibly one of the best surf movies ever made, we love this movie as it combines our love of surfing with cold, harsh environments

We defy anyone to watch this an not be inspired to follow in their footsteps and seek out unknown waves off a frozen shore.