Noa Deane | 4:3 series

This is something we really appreciate… Pixelated 4:3 screens and fast punk tracks… Noa and Shane Fletcher have a nailed it. A trip back in time to a staple diet of VHS surf froth.

Soli Bailey | Indonesia

A hypnotising view of Indonesian perfection… Soli Bailey surfs some very nice, very hollow waves and also displays some fresh rail game. A great watch.

Ricardo Christie I Bunny Chow

Ricardo Christie officially joins the ranks of RVCA and delivers us this edit with a fresh sticker on his nose… “Warm water, fun waves, good people and bunny chow, Africa is nice to visit” Ric sneaks a few uncrowded waves beyond the sugar fields while on the road to Ballito.

IN GOOD COMPANY | TAYLOR KNOX

From the pages of DGZ issue 08 we bring you ‘IN GOOD COMPANY’ in motion. We teamed up with Rip Curl NZ and took a journey across the country with Taylor Knox, Johnny Hicks and Simon Deken.

The Ripple effect

New from Red Bull, a cool and well edited series called The Ripple Effect, it focuses on the people who splashed hard enough to have a significant effect on surfing as we know it today. Below are episodes one and two on the legendary Witzig brothers, then the Coolangatta Kids. You’re bound to walk away learning something new or at least getting a kick from the stories told by some of surfing’s more colourful characters.

Episode One | The Witzig Bros

Episode Two | The Coolangatta Kids

Chalk & Cheese I Video Portrait One I Luke Kerr

Chalk & Cheese is a series of video portraits directed & produced by New Zealand RVCA advocates Jordan Barnes & Thomas Smith. The project is a four part video exploration into those who create. A product of Jordan’s search for inspiration as one of New Zealand’s finest emerging artists while combining Thomas’s love for documentation through audio and moving picture.

Video Portrait One, Luke Kerr, Explores Luke’s love for photography and the motivation behind the recent release of his first book Not Made For These Times

Any shred dog from NZ worth their salt might also remember Luke’s part from the infamous NZ surf film Children Of The Underworld, you can watch his section by clicking here or the full film here. Get on it if you haven’t seen it!