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The Homegrown Project


I get really excited when people do creative works for what appears to be absolutely no financial reward - more often than not - the best creatives rise to the top in these scenarios because it is passion alone which requires the creator to rely on. Well done fellas!

Nick Rozsa's rapid ascent to relevance in the surf world wasn't planned. He just decided that he was going to surf, and that his old friend Chris Papaleo should film it. Fast forward six months, and those sessions comprise these five episodes of the Homegrown series, some of the top clips of the winter. Nick and Chris shared with us some stories of everything in between.

http://www.surfermag.com/features/the-homegrown-project/


Posted: May 18, 2012 by Matthew Haynes
Tags: Events, Film, Publications

Your Kid Can't Do This

Your Kid Can't Do This


Making the cut: E.L.K leads exhibition line up of 50+ international stencil artists However derisively you feel about conceptual art, and no matter how skilfully your chubby-cheeked progeny wields a Magic Marker, the fact remains that when it comes to the… more


Posted: June 16, 2015 by Albert Haynes
Tags: Events, Exhibitions

Adobe Creative Cloud 2015 — Now Available.


Being a fan of technology and all things Adobe, I am very excited to announce to our fans the launch of the latest version of Adobe Creative Cloud. The 2015 suite is currently downloading to our machines in the office… more


Posted: June 16, 2015 by Albert Haynes
Tags: Events

The Design Conference - In review


The Design Conference formally (Analogue Digital) is the brainchild of curator Matthew Haynes, or Hurricane Haynes as he’s affectionately known behind the scenes. It’s Matt’s energetic but friendly attitude which is driven by passion for the event more than anything… more


Posted: June 12, 2015 by Albert Haynes
Tags: Events